Water Operator Resources

Vermont Water Operations Resources


   Contract Operations



       Water Storage Tanks           




 Energy Efficiency Solutions 


                 Engineering Services


Well Drilling - Maintenance - Rehabilitation            



     Wastewater Pumping Solutions


  Water and Wastewater Chemicals 

Drinking Water and Groundwater Protection Division   

Vermont Water Operator Certification

Emergency Preparedness and Security

Applications and Forms

Monitoring Schedules

State Revolving Funds Water Systen Funding

Water Supply Rule and Regulations

Operating Permits

Source Water Protection

Water Quality - Sampling and Monitoring

The Code of federal Regulations (40 CFR)

National Primary Drinking Water regulations (40 CFR part 141)

Disinfection By-products Stage 2 Guidance

Transitioning to Stage 2 DBP from Stage 1 DBP Compliance Monitoring

Additional Disinfection By product Stage 2 Resources

Total Coliform Monitoring

Certified Labs for Water Quality Analysis


Bulk Water Hauling as an emergency source

Ultraviolet Disinfection Guidelines

O&M Manual Template

O&M Manual Cross Reference Guide

Water System Officials Contact Form

Public Notice Basic Boil Water Notice

Sampling Plan - Less than 1, 000 Population

Samling plan - More than 1,000 in population

Monthly Water System Operations report Surface Water

Monthly Water System Operations report Surface Water Instructions

Monthly Groundwater Operations Report

Water System Operator Certification:

Water System Operator Certification Class (2, 3, 4, D and OIT) Application

Operator Certification Renewal

Water System Operator Page Water Supply Division

Water Certification Exam Study Resources:

California State University

Montana University System Water Center



When you choose the Onsite Training Option you choose to save you and your operators travel time and fuel costs.  Onsite training turns your treatment facility into a classroom making it the most productive type of training.  Choose from 55 onsite course topics.  Earth Water Specialists offers a “buffet” of training topics.  You have the option to choose how many hours of training you would like and pick the training topics that will benefit you and your operators the most.  Onsite training costs the same as classroom training, $25 per TCH, per person.