§ 61-97.2300 - WATER SUPPLY

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 3, March 25, 2022

A. Water Supply. Water shall be obtained from a community water system and shall be distributed to conveniently located taps and fixtures throughout the Facility and shall be adequate in volume and pressure for all purposes. (II)
B. The Facility shall enter into an agreement with the water district or similar authority whereby the Facility is regularly notified of situations occurring outside the Facility that may adversely impact water quality including, but not limited to: (I)
1. changes in treatment methods and source;
2. municipal water treatment equipment failure;
3. damage to the distribution system; and
4. chemical spills.
C. Water used for dialysis purposes shall be analyzed for bacteriological quality at least monthly and chemical quality at least Quarterly and treated as necessary to maintain a continuous water supply that is biologically and chemically compatible with acceptable dialysis techniques. Water used to prepare a dialysate shall not contain concentrations of elements or organisms in excess of those specified below: (I)

ELEMENTS

LIMIT IN MILLIGRAMS PER LITER

Aluminum

.01

Arsenic

.005

Barium

.100

Cadmium

.001

Calcium

2.0

Chloramines

.001

Chlorine

.500

Chromium

.014

Copper

.100

Fluorides

.200

Lead

.005

Magnesium

4.0

Mercury

.0002

Nitrates (Nitrogen)

2.0

Potassium

8.0

Selenium

.090

Silver

.005

Sodium

70.0

Sulfates

100.0

Zinc

.100

Bacteria

200 colonies per milliliter

Notes

Added by State Register Volume 44, Issue No. 06, eff. 6/26/2020.

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