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Appendix A - Emergency Procedures for Water NCSU Response to Raleigh’s Water Restrictions By Phase Updated September 11, 2007

ACTION Fines Grounds Management Building Maintenance& Operations University Dining University Housing Housekeeping Athletics Talley Center Utilities & Engineering Services All Others

City Of Raleigh Stage 1 - Effective August 28, 2007 1st Violation - $200 2nd Violation - $1,000 3rd Violation – Interruption of Service • Reduce watering schedule from three days a week to one day (Wednesday) for turf and ornamental irrigation (except drip irrigation). • Hand held hose watering can be done Wednesdays from 6 AM – 10 AM. • Vehicles washed only at Facilities Operations approved water reuse facility (80% water is reused). ** Athletic fields (safety reasons), preventative maintenance on water systems, and city-permitted watering are exempt from Stage I Restrictions per City of Raleigh. ** • All Leaks Code 1 and should be repaired within 24 hrs. • Vehicles washed only at Facilities Operations approved water reuse facility. • Write work requests to check conductivity controllers and water control valves on cooling towers. • Water served only upon request. • Review water uses, install recycle systems where feasible. • Create and distribute a water conservation awareness flyer targeting all building users within the Dining area of operation. • All Leaks Code 1 and should be repaired within 24 hrs. • Create and distribute a water conservation awareness flyer targeting all building users within the Housing area of operation. • Cease washing of areas such as sidewalks, driveways, patios prohibited, except for sanitary reasons. • No window or power washing. • Reduce watering schedule from three days a week to one day (Wednesday) for turf and ornamental irrigation (except drip irrigation). • Reduce watering of playing fields to every other day, except for safety reasons. • No water added to decorative fountains. • Adjust control valves in the urinals to conserve water. • No water added to decorative fountains. • Create and distribute a water conservation awareness flyer targeting all building users within the Talley Student Center area of operation. • Write work requests to check conductivity controllers and water control valves on cooling towers. • Suspend fire hydrant flushing. • Convene NCSU Conservation Awareness Team (CAT) to update conservation strategies and educational outreach with the City of Raleigh for Stage I Restrictions. • Coordinate and disseminate the NCSU water conservation plan throughout campus in response to the City of Raleigh and the Governor’s mandates on water conservation. • Monitor consumption levels to measure progress. • Follow all rules above and those from City of Raleigh. • Examine the water being used in your area, and actively seek out ways to conserve water.

STAGE II Plan Will Be Distributed As Necessary

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