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Water System Information

Overview

Beach Well Under Construction
(Courtesy Everett Herald)
System Construction

(Courtesy Everett Herald)

System Construction

(Courtesy Everett Herald)

Completed Building

The Hat Island Community owns and operates six wells and a Reverse Osmosis (RO) system to provide property owners with sufficient quality drinking water. The reverse osmosis plant (pictured above) desalinates water pumped from Puget Sound.

Detailed information about how the water system operates as well as a list of Frequently Asked Questions are available in a document titled, Our Water System. There's also an accompanying diagram, Understanding Your Water System, that will help you visualize the system.

Ever wonder what the difference is between the RO plant and our fresh water wells? It's the level of filtration. This chart describes what type of filtration removes what size particles from water.

Hat Island's RO System was featured in the July 17, 2003, issue of the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce.


Latest Water Quality Reports

Water from the Community's fresh water and reverse osmosis wells undergoes regular testing as required by various government agencies. Results of those tests and the annual reports are listed, below, in chronological order. Reports are kept on this website for one year. If you wish to see older reports, please contact the Hat Island Office.

The Washington Department of Health Office of Drinking Water website has a wealth of information on water quality and contaminates and can provide you with the information you need to understand our water quality reports.

Many people have called the office asking about arsenic levels. Here's a link to the state's information on arsenic and a paper on arsenic removal.

If you're experiencing brown, sticky, gelatinous, goo in your water and pipes that is not a problem with the Community's water. Your home's water system most likely has "iron bacteria." Here's a link to information on maintenance and remediation techniques...

Bacteriological Arsenic Other Annual Reports Sanitary Surveys
Jul 2017

Jun 2017

May 2017

Apr 2017

Mar 2017

Feb 2017

Jan 2017

Dec 2016

Nov 2016

Oct 2016

Sep 2016

Aug 2016

 

Jul 2017

Jun 2017

May 2017

Apr 2017

Mar 2017

Feb 2017

Jan 2017

Dec 2016

Nov 2016

Oct 2016

Sep 2016

 

Notice to Water System Users - 8/2017

Water Update to the Community 5/2017

Water Update to the Community 8/2016

2016

2015

2014

2013

2016

2011

2006

Acronyms used in the table, above: FWW=Fresh Water Well, HERB=Herbicide, IOC=Inorganic Compound, RO=Reverse Osmosis Well, SOC=Synthetic Organic Compound, VOC=Volatile Organic Compound.


Water System Certifications

2014-2015 Operating Permit

2014-2015 Water Facilities Inventory Form

Certified Operator Certificate


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