Water Quality

The Sherman Water Status

 Testing Results

Tab: CL = Chlorides; S = Sodium;
All measurements are mg/liter. The state limits on sodium and chloride are:
Sodium is 100 mg/l and chloride is 250 mg/l

Old Town Hall                                                           EMS/Firehouse Building
May 15 CL  458; S130                                                          May 15 CL 774; S 253
Jan.  16 CL  536;  S 188                                                       Jan. 16 CL 437; S 197
May 16 CL 357;   S 139                                                        May 16 CL 576; S 238
Nov. 16 CL 556;   S 181                                                       June 16 CL 437; S 197
Jan. 17   CL 384;    S 176                                                     
Nov. 16 CL 430; S 259
May 17 CL 331;   S 128                                                       Jan. 17 CL 370; S 254
Nov. 17 CL 373;   S 147                                                       May 17 CL 274; S 149
Jan. 18 CL 342;    S 147                                                      Nov. 17 CL 330; S 210
Feb 18 CL 353 ; S 137                                                         Jan. 18 CL 276; S 160
May 18 CL 279; S 120                                                         Feb 18 CL 391; S165
                                                                                               May 18 CL 441; S181

Mallory Town Hall                                                Sherman School
May 15 CL 378; S 97                                                           May 15 CL 548; S 144 Rear well CL 578; S 156
Jan. 16 CL 333; S 85                                                          Jan 16 CL 356; S 114 Rear well CL 360; S 116
May 16 CL 445; S 122                                                         May 16 CL 314; S 100 Rear well CL 290; S 98
Nov. 16 CL 426; S 89                                                          Nov. 16 CL 396; S 138 Rear well CL 207; S 76
Jan. 17 CL 365; S 86                                                          Jan. 17 CL 278;   S 88    Rear well CL 277; S 86
May 17 CL 277; S 87                                                           May 17 CL 264;   S 91 Rear well CL 394; S 134
Nov. 17 CL 314; S 105                                                        Nov. 17 CL 213; S 72 Rear well   CL 342; S 122
Jan. 18 CL 228; S 84                                                           Jan. 18 CL 220; S 78;  Rear well CL 345; S 125
Feb 18 CL 249; S 89                                                            Feb 18 CL 219; S 136; Rear well CL 373; S 136
May 18 CL 296; S 115                                                        May 18 CL 245; S 78: Rear well CL 376: S 123

2018

January 30: Spoke on the phone with UCONN Professor Gary Robbins who had provided Sherman with a water analysis proposal. 

February 16: Tim Simpkins, Marc Cohen (Solution Water Program Manager at Atlantic States Rural Water Association), and I met in discussion about Sherman’s water issues. We discussed the proposal from Gary Robbins and also went over the information from the 4 undergraduates of George Washington University who provided data on our situation.

February 20: Met with a private geologist (Paul Jaehnig) to discuss possible solutions to the high sodium and chlorides found in Sherman water.  

March 23: Set to meet with Lori Mathieu and Pat Bisacky of the Connecticut state water commission along with Tim Simpkins, Marc Cohen, and Paul Jaehnig. This meeting will cover possible solutions to remediate our high levels and to agree on a way to use less de-icing product on our state roadways.  


Sherman Water Proposal Presentation