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New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
PUBLIC GOVERNMENT BUSINESS A to Z LIST

Transient sources of public drinking water
With Assessments Completed as of January 3, 2003
(99.9% of Transient source assessments completed)

This table shows how many transient sources have received a high, medium, or low ranking for each susceptibility factor.

Susceptibility Factor Low High
Contaminants Detected 1117
97%
38
3%
Well/Intake Integrity Deficiencies 1034
90%
121
10%
KCSs (Known Contamination Sources) 1076
93%
79
7%
PCSs (Potential Contamination Sources) 79
7%
1075
93%
Highways or Railroads 615
53%
540
47%
Pesticide Application Areas 1114
96%
44
4%
Septic Systems and Sewers 1035
90%
120
10%
Urban Land Cover Transient sources were not rated for this factor.
Agricultural Land Cover Transient sources were not rated for this factor.
Animals (10 or more animal units)
1136
98%

19
2%
Lagoons (wastewater)
1145
99%

9
1%
Dry-Weather Discharge
(from stormwater sewers)
Transient sources were not rated for this factor.
Sanitary Radius Deficiencies Transient sources were not rated for this factor.
Trophic Status (applies only to 24 lakes,
ponds, and reservoirs)
Transient sources were not rated for this factor.



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