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1. What is the monitoring period for bacteriological (Total Coliform Rule) compliance?
2. What criteria are used to determine the minimum number of bacteriological samples a Public Water Supply System is required to collect each month?
3. I missed my collection day. What do I do?
4. Can you test my well?
5. What about water supply address or personnel changes?
6. How does the State Laboratory mail out the collection kits?
7. How do I handle collection kits that are delivered while I still have bottles to collect?
8. What can I do if I have sent my sample, but forgot to fill out the collection form?
9. What if there is a small amount of liquid or white powder in the bottle? Is it safe to use?
10. What should I do if the lid on the bottle is loose?
11. I had a positive sample and sent in a box of 3 repeat samples, and now I have another box of 3 samples, what are they for?
12. I collected my sample but forgot to mail it, or I know my sample will be too old. What should I do?
13. Where do I collect the replacement for my rejected sample?
14. How many repeat samples are required following a coliform-positive result and where are they to be collected?