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    • The cost of one bottle of water from a vending machine is equivalent to the cost of drinking 8 glasses of tap water every day for a year.
    • A gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds.
    • The Water Authority maintains almost 1500 miles of drinking water pipes. If you put them end-to-end, they would stretch from Roanoke to Colorado Springs, CO.
    • At one drip per second, a faucet can leak 3,000 gallons of water per year.
    • Water is the only substance naturally found on earth as a solid, liquid and gas.
    • Over 713 gallons of water go into the production of one cotton T-shirt.
    • The Authority’s Water Pollution Control Plant is regarded as one of the best bird-watching areas in the mid-Atlantic region.
    • The Water Authority maintains over 6,000 fire hydrants in our service area. Fire hydrants are connected to the public drinking water distribution lines, so water from a fire hydrant is drinking water.
    • There are over 23,000 manholes in our service area.
    • Carvins Cove Natural Reserve is the second largest municipal park in the United States.
    • The Authority’s Water Pollution Control Plant covers over 100 acres of land.
    • More people in the world have a mobile phone than have a toilet.
    • The Water Authority treats 19-million gallons of drinking water a day although we have the capacity to treat 56-million gallons per day.
    • The Authority’s Water Pollution Control Plant treats almost 37-million gallons of wastewater a day from all across the Roanoke Valley.
    • There are 51 drinking water storage tanks in our service area. They each hold between 500,000 – 2-million gallons of water.
    • Most of the treated drinking water used in a home is for toilet flushing.

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    Hydrant Flow Test Data Application

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    For questions about this application, please contact
    Western Virginia Water Authority
    Scot Sutherland – Engineering Tech I
    540.283-2942
    601 S. Jefferson Street
    Suite 300
    Roanoke, VA 24011

    Please note:

    There is a $100 fee per hydrant flow test.  A maximum of three (3) hydrants can be submitted per application. (Three (3) hydrant flow tests = $300).

    Flow fee payment can be made either by walk-in or by mail - check payable to WVWA.  Please include your unique identifier number on your check (see instructions at the bottom of this form)

     

    Walk-in payments are accepted at:
    Western Virginia Water Authority Engineering Services
    Suite 300, Coulter Building
    601  S. Jefferson Street
    Roanoke, VA 24011 

    Payments can be sent by mail:
    Western Virginia Water Authority
    Attn:  Scot Sutherland
    601 S. Jefferson Street
    Suite 300
    Roanoke, VA 24011

    * required sections

    Hydrant Information

    You can pay for and request information for up to three hydrants on this form.

    *The five (5) digit hydrant ID# should be obtained from the brass tag on the hydrant.  The ID# can also be obtained from the Authority GIS site using the Detail Identify tool on the WHydrant layer to locate the hydrant.  

    Private and non-Authority hydrants will not be tested. Hydrant tag numbers that are prefixed with the letter “P” (Example: P19000) indicates privately owned hydrant. Non-Authority hydrants are those outside our service area, i.e.: Salem, Vinton, Rocky Mount, Bedford, etc 

    Applicant will be contacted with new flow test data by Western Virginia Water Authority personnel within ten (10) business days following receipt of this application and payment.  

     *
    Hydrant Information You can pay for and request information for up to three hydrants on this form. *The five (5) digit hydrant ID# should be obtained from the brass tag on the hydrant. The ID# can also be obtained from the Authority GIS site using the Detail Identify tool on the WHydrant layer to locate the hydrant. Private and non-Authority hydrants will not be tested. Hydrant tag numbers that are prefixed with the letter “P” (Example: P19000) indicates privately owned hydrant. Non-Authority hydrants are those outside our service area, i.e.: Salem, Vinton, Rocky Mount, Bedford, etc Applicant will be contacted with new flow test data by Western Virginia Water Authority personnel within ten (10) business days following receipt of this application and payment.

    General Information

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    General Information

    A unique identifier for each application is generated to make sure that your payment gets correctly matched to your application form.

    After completing the form, please enter your email address in the box below to request a copy of the completed form. You will receive an email confirmation that you submitted the form.  At the top of that email, you will find a four-digit SUBMITTER ID (shown as 6985 in this example).  

     

    This SUBMITTER ID is the unique identifier number that you need to write in the memo line of your check so your payment can be matched with the application form you submitted.

    Thank you.

     

    Example of what you will see in the email you receive after completing the form.

    Form Name:

    Hydrant Flow Test Data Application

    Date & Time:

    06/30/2017 9:07 AM

    Response #:

    90

    Submitter ID:

    6985

    IP address:


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