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No digging shall be allowed until utility locates are completed and step 1 & 2 located on page seven of this document are completed. Not complying with this document shall result in fines levied against compliance deposits!

Oregon law requires persons doing any type of excavation to request utilities to locate and mark their facilities. The law covers both public and private property. At least two business days before you dig, call the One Call Center to request a line locate. Your request is forwarded to all utilities, both public and private, that serve the area where you will be digging. This is a free service to you provided by the utilities. REMEMBER TO CALL TWO DAYS BEFORE YOU DIG

800-332-2344 811 on Your Cell Phone http://www.callbeforeyoudig.org/

Any damage to a utility system is the sole responsibility of the excavator. Chapter 952, Division 1 Oregon Utilities Notification Center http://www.digsafelyoregon.com/ors-oar.asp

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. CALL BEFORE YOU DIG, IT’S THE LAW! Page 2,3, 4 • TABLE OFONTENTS. Page 5 I. BEFORE CONSTRUCTION II. STANDARD RESIDENTIAL WATER SERVICE III. STANDARD RESIDENTIAL SEWER SERVICE IV. BEFORE OCCUPANCY Page 6. WATER SERVICE INSTALLATION RQUIREMENTS a. STANDARD RESIDENTIAL WATER SERVICE b. NO TEMPORARY WATER SERVICE IS ALOWED BEFORE METE AND BACKFLOW DEVICE INSTALLATION (A THROUGH I) Page 7. STANDARD RESIDENTIAL PRESSURE RDUCING VALVE DETAIL (example CBSO5) TANDEM SETTERS FORD TANDEM COPPERSETTERS Page 8. STANDARD RESIDENTIAL DOUBLE CHECK VALVE DETAIL (example CBSO6) Page 9. APPROVED STATE OF OREGON BACKFLOW DEVICE TEST REPRT (CBSO4) Page 10. STEPS TO A SUCESSFUL INSTALLATION AND INSPECTION INSTALLATION PERMIT & SITE EVALUATION PRECEDURES & CRITERIA FOE NEW SEPTIC SYSTEMS a. WHERE IS A SEPTIC TANK EFFLUENT PUMP SYSTEM (S.T.E.P.) NEEDED? b. WHY ARE PERMITS REQUIRED? c. PERMIT PROCESS 1. STEP 1  S.T.E.P. PERMIT APLICATION  COMPLETED SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

 A Photo Copy of the DEQ Installers Current License 2. STEP 2 d. WHAT IS A “SITE EVALUATION”? e. NOTE 3. STEP 3 4. STEP 4 Page 11. • UTILITY SERVICE INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS • STANDARD RESIDENTIAL SEWER SERVICE a. THIS SYSTEM CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS, 1 THROUGH 8 b. S.T.E.P. SYSTEM INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS, 1 THROUGH 9 Page 12. • INSTALLING ORENCO SYSTEM RIBBED PVC RISERS a. GETTING THE RIGHT HEIGHT [email protected] • CCB# 193522 Revised 05-08-2014

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b. IF THE RISER IS TO TALL c. IF THE RISER IS TO SHORT • MAKING A WATERTIGHT SEAL a. IF YOUR TANK HAS A GROOVE FOR THE RISER CAST INTO THE TOP b. IF YOUR TANK DOES NOT HAVE A GROOVE FOR THE RISER • WORKING IN COLD WEATHER a. 1. SET RISER… b. 2. HAVE YOUR LOCAL CONCRETE… • ACCESS HOLE TO BIG? Page 13. • RISER DETAIL (example CBSO7) a. CAUTION Page 14. • INSDIE THE RISER (example CBSO9) Page 15. • PANEL • PANEL INSTALLATION 1. READ… 2. INSPECT… 3. CHECK… 4. A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN… • PLACEMENT OF THE CONTROL ANEL 5. INSTALL… • INSTALL FLOATS AND PUMPS 6. INSTALL… 7. INSTALL THE FLOATS… 8. RUN… 9. WIRE SHALL BE SIZED AT 14 AWG STRANDED FOR THE FLOATS. Page 16. • CONNECT CONTROL PANEL (example CBSO10) 10. CONNECT… 11. CONNECT… 12. CONNECT… 13. USE 60 DEGREES CU CONDUCTORS… 14. WHEN POWER… 15. IF YOU HAVE… • PUMP WIRESIN THE TANK AND FROM THE TANK TO THE PANEL SHALL BE 12 AWG STRANDED… • FLOATWIRES IN THE TANK AND FROM THE TANK TO THE PANEL SHALL BE 14 AWG STRANDED… • NO BANDING WILL BE ACCEPTED – COLORED WIRE ONLY! Page 17. • ORENCO SYSTEMS SIMPLEX CONTROL PANEL (Example CBSO 11) Page 18. • (Example CBSO12) • INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS • PART NUMBERS • “NO” LOW HEAD PUMPS ARE APPROVED FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AFTER 01-01-2011 • APPROVED HIGH HEAD PUMPS [email protected] • CCB# 193522 Revised 05-08-2014

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Page 19. • (Example CBSO8) – TYPICAL S.T.E.P. HIGH HEAD SYSTEM Page 20. • CONSTITUIONALITY AND SAVINGS CLAUSE Page 18.21 • UTILITY SERVICE APPLICATION (Eagle Ridge Water & Sewer) (CBSO1) Page 22. • ON-SITE SEPTIC TANK EFFLUENT PUMP (S.T.E.P.) PERMIT APPLICATION (Example CBSO2) Page 23. • (Example-CBSO3) SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN-STATEMENT OF SITE STATUS Page 24. • SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (Example) Page 25. • ADDITIONAL SWING CHECK DRAWING (example CBSO13) Page 26. • INTENTIONALLY BLANK Page 27. • SIGNATURE PAGE

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This is only a partial list of requirements. Please refer to ARC Policies & Guidelines*. Enclosed are procedures and installation requirements for water and sewer connections at Eagle Crest (ECMA) and Eagle Ridge (CBU). Note: Any Line buried under a drive way or side walk must be ran through a conduit at least two times the diameter of the buried line. I.

Before Construction Make “Application for Utility Service” (CBSO1- page 18) if you are building on Eagle Ridge, If you are building on Eagle Crest (ECMA) you must fill out the ECMA application (ECMASO1page 22). Include payment of hookup fees with the application. Both applications are available at 7555 Falcon Crest or from the CBU office located at 1230 Golden Pheasant Dr. Submit permit for “STEP” system (CBS02 – page 19) and have a site evaluation, visit, approval and complete statement of site status (CBS03 – page 20/21). These forms can also be obtained at the Cline Butte Water LLC., And Cline Butte Environmental, LLC., office. Here in after known as CBU. Water and/or sewer service will not be provided until a service request form is completed and hookup fees are paid. For water service, an approved backflow device must be installed and tested (see pages 5 & 6). Before excavation, you MUST call Oregon Utility Notification Center (it’s the law) at 1-800-332-2344 for a utilities location and verify any known or existing right of ways and/or easements. The Center may also be reached by dialing 811 on your Cell Phone

II.

Standard Residential Water Service  CBU will install water meter.  A licensed plumber or property owner may install a domestic and/or irrigation backflow device. A licensed landscaper may also install an irrigation device.  Water service will not be available until the backflow device is installed and tested by an Oregon State Certified tester. Additionally, the test result must be submitted to CBU on the approved State of Oregon form, within ten days of completion. Example (CBSO4 page 6)  All Backflow Testers must be registered with CBU office.  CBU staff is available to test backflow devices.

III.

Standard Residential Sewer Service  The sewer is a S.T.E.P. system. Septic Tank Effluent Pump  Installation of S.T.E.P. systems must be completed by a DEQ licensed installer.  Prior to installation CBU staff must approve the septic tank location, (location to be painted on ground at building site) tank size and effluent pump model package.

IV.

Before Occupancy All CBU inspections must be completed. Please allow 5 days for all inspections. Failure to comply may result in termination of service and possible fines and/or fees (which may be deducted from your compliance deposit).

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Water Service Installation Requirements Backflow devices must be inspected and approved by CBU prior to backfilling. Water lines must be inspected by Deschutes County and meet all Uniform Plumbing Codes.

STANDARD RESIDENTIAL WATER SERVICE

NO TEMPORARY WATER SERVICE IS ALLOWED BEFORE METER AND BACKFLOW DEVCIE INSTALLATION!

A. Water service will be provided by CBU upon completion of the service request form and payment of hook-up fees. B. Following proper installation of an Oregon Health Authority approved backflow device (min 1”), the device must be tested by a State Certified tester. A copy of the passing test report must be provided to CBU before water service will be provided. CBU has testers on staff to provide this service. (See CBSO4 for installation information page 6) C. Backflow testers must be registered with the State of Oregon and the CBU office. D. Backflow devices must be installed no more than 30” from the center of the water meter. E. Some locations may require a pressure regulator valve (PRV) (i.e., services with a tandem meter setter, (see CBS05, page 4), or pressure greater than 80 psi). F. Service supplied with minimum water pressure at the meter may require an in-line booster pump. G. Service line will be minimum 1” (1 ¼” recommended) schedule 40 PVC, or State Plumbing Code authorized PEX tubing, with a 12 AWG blue tracer wire attached to the pipe and detectable metallic underground tape from 12” above the pipe. Water line will be 30” min depth with 6” of approved bedding material. H. Both the meter and backflow device must be protected from freezing with approved material. (Freeze Protection bags are available from CBU.) CBU is not responsible for frozen meters or backflow devices. I.

Complete water service installation (meter, backflow device testing, boxes, and freeze protection) is available at CBU. Please call the CBU office for information and cost.

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Standard Residential PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE (PRV) Detail (EXAMPLE CBSO5) Tandem Setters In some areas of Eagle Crest there is above normal water pressure. Services with greater than 120 psi will have a tandem setter to allow for a standard 5/8” x ¾” water meter and a pressure reducing valve (PRV). An “S” tube must be used to allow for the connection of both the meter and the PRV. It is recommended that pressures over 80 psi have a PRV installed. Copper setter “S” tube may be purchased along with a pressure reducing valve.

Ford Tandem Coppersetters Designed to solve problems resulting from above-normal water pressure, the Tandem Coppersetter holds a pressure regulator and the water meter – all in one compact, quicklyinstalled Ford Coppersetter device. Pressure of the water flow through the meter and customer service lines is thereby reduced to normal. Ford recommends service lines and valves are set a minimum of 2” from the pit wall to help prevent freezing.

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This is only a partial list of requirements! Please call CBU at 541-504-2305 if you have any questions. Standard Residential Double Check Valve Detail (All premise isolation backflow devices must be installed by an Oregon Licensed Plumber or Property Owner)

(Example CBSO6) 1. Jumbo plastic (Ametex/Armor) meter box (approx. 15” x 20”) with 6” extension must be used to allow for testing and maintenance. Traffic load boxes are required if located in or near driveways or sidewalks. 2. Area around device must drain well. 3. Test cocks must be equipped with threaded stainless steel, plastic or brass plugs or caps. 4. “Y” pattern devices shall be installed to facilitate access to both check valves and test cocks. 5. Thoroughly flush the lines prior to installation of the device. 6. Device must be tested after installation prior to service being approved for use. 7. Test report must be submitted to CBU office prior to service being approved for use. 8. Device must be protected from freezing with approved material (available at CBU). **CBU is not responsible for a frozen device.** 9. Depth of device must be 20” from top of shut-off valve to finish grade. 10. All devices must be installed with PVC Sch. 80 unions on both ends as well as any devices in paved areas (driveways, sidewalks, etc.). 11. All devices will be a 1” minimum in size.

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BACKFLOW ASSEMBLY TEST REPORT (example CBSO4) New

Removed

Existing

Replacement

Property Owner:

Phone:

Mailing Address: City

State

Zip

Assembly Address: R.P.B.A.

D.C.V.A.

Size:

R.P.D.A.

D.C.D.A.

P.V.B.A.

S.V.B.A.

Make:

A.V.B.

AIR GAP

Model:

Water Purveyor:

Serial Number:

Assembly Location: ______________________________________________________________________________________

Reduced Pressure Assembly

INITIAL TEST RESULTS

#1 Check Press Drop ________________(A) Relief Valve Opened at ________________(B) min 2 psi Buffer A–B=

________________ min 3 psi

Relief Valve PASS

P.V.B.A. / S.V.B.A.

DOUBLE CHECK Check #1 Tight _______ psid Leaked Check #2 Tight

_______ psid

Leaked

AIR INLET

CHECK

Initial Test PASSED FAILED Date:

Opened at:

Press Drop

_______ psid

_______ psid

_______/________/______ System PSI _______________

DID NOT

FAILED

OPEN

FAIL

Meter # COMMENTS REPAIRS AND/OR PARTS

Reduced Pressure Assembly TEST

#1 Check Press Drop ________________(A)

AFTER REPAIRS

Relief Opened

D.C.V.A. Check #1 Tight

________________(B) min 2 psi

_______ psid

Opened at:

Press Drop

_______ psid

_______ psid

AFTER REPAIRS DATE: _______/________/______

Buffer A–B=

P.V.B.A. / S.V.B.A.

Check #2 ________________ min 3 psi

Tight

_______ psid

PASSED

IN COMPLETING AND SUBMITTING THIS TEST REPORT, THE TESTER CERTIFIES THAT THE ASSEMBLY HAS BEEN TESTED AND MAINTAINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE WATER SYSTEM, AND STATE REGULATIONS.

Gauge Calibration Date ___________________ Detector Meter Reading _________________________

Tester Signature

Cert #

Tester’s Name Printed

Gauge #

Testers Address

Company Name Phone #

Report Received by:

(Representative of Owner)

SERVICE RESTORED?

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STEPS TO A SUCESSFUL INSTALATION AND INSPECTION.

Installation Permit & Site Evaluation Procedures & Criteria for New Septic Systems (No digging shall be allowed until step one & two below has been accomplished. If digging has begun fines will be administered)

Where is a Septic Tank Effluent Pump System (S.T.E.P.) needed? On-site sewage disposal system, also known as a S.T.E.P. system, is needed to properly dispose of sewage. The septic tank retains solids, and gray water is discharged to a Membrane Bio-Reactor (MBR) Treatment Plant. Why are permits required? The permitting process is to ensure that septic systems are sited and constructed in a manner in which human health and the environment are protected. Permit Process Step 1: To prevent a delay, Call utility locates at the number on page one of this document, complete the CBU service application, including the owner’s or legally authorized representative’s signature, and submit it along with the required fees. At a minimum, the following documents must be attached:  A completed On-Site S.T.E.P. permit application (page 22)  Completed Site Development Plan, the plans must be drawn by the property owner or a DEQlicensed installer. (page 23)  A Photo Copy of the DEQ Installers Current License Step 2: Upon completion of Step 1, call the (CBU) office to schedule an on-site evaluation. Depending on conditions, more than one visit may be necessary. What is a “Site Evaluation”? Site Evaluation determines which type and size of system is suitable for your property. Before excavation, a permit to install a S.T.E.P. system must be issued. A CBU authorized representative must complete a site evaluation and approval must be received before excavation begins. If you have questions about permits for larger or more complex systems, contact the CBU office. Note: A septic system must be installed by a Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)-licensed installer using DEQ-approved materials and equipment that meet minimum standards. All equipment must be installed and operated according to the manufacturer’s and CBU’s specifications. Contact the CBU office if you have questions about installers or approved materials and equipment. Step 3: A tank, electrical conduit, and effluent line inspection must be done before backfilling. Please call the CBU office to schedule this inspection. After completion of a satisfactory inspection, you may backfill. Step 4: Before occupancy, and use of the septic tank a final tank inspection must be completed by CBU. Call the CBU office to schedule this inspection. Please remember CBU has 5 working days to respond!

Failure to comply with these guidelines WILL incur fines, cause delays, and if not resolved, cause service to be disconnected from THE UTILITY SYSTEM.

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Utility Service Installation Requirements S.T.E.P. system installations must be done by a DEQ licensed installer. Installations must be inspected and approved by a CBU representative prior to backfilling and must meet all standard county building codes.

Standard Residential Sewer Service The Residential sewer system is a S.T.E.P. system (Septic Tank Effluent Pump). A)

This system consists of the following components: 1) 1100 gallon precast tank – approx. 6’8”W x 9’L x 5’5”H. Call tank supplier for actual dimensions. No low profile tank will be allowed. 2) 24” dia. X 18”H (min.) 36”H (max.) gasketed PVC risers with fiberglass lids. Secured with manufacturer supplied stainless steel allen head bolts (see example CBSO7-page 10). 3) PVC splice box with four (4) electrical cord grips (see example CBSO9-page 11) 4) Screened PVC pump vault 5) Float switch assembly (see example CBSO9-page 11) (for ease of removal, there must be a 1” PVC Tee handle close to the lid.) 6) Control alarm panel (see Example CBSO10-page 13) 7) Hose and valve assembly – a double swivel will need to be installed between the ball valve and riser to assist in vault clearance. (Cold weather package from Orenco.) No fittings inside the riser shall be more than hand tightened (see CBSO9-page 11). 8) Effluent pump – call CBU office to verify which pump package is required for your lot. (See example CBSO12-page 15 for approved Orenco parts).

B)

S.T.E.P. system installation requirements: 1) Tank must be 20’ max. from paved access, and be accessible to pumper truck. Per (OAR 340-071-0220), tank must be a minimum of 5’ from the foundation and a minimum of 5’ from the property line. Tank may not interfere with the Public Utility Easement (P.U.E.), which is commonly 10’ in from the property pin on the street side of the lot (see example CBSO3-page 20-21). 2) Riser lids must be 3” above finished grade. 3) Sewer line must be compliant with the manufactures specifications with a 12 AWG green tracer wire attached to pipe and detectable metallic underground tape 12” above pipe. Pipe will be a minimum depth of 30” and meet all applicable codes with 6” of bedding underneath. If discharge line is more than 50 lineal feet, additional swing checks are required. (Installation detail-page 23), Please contact CBU office for requirements on placement of additional swing checks. 4) Discharge line must be sleeved if it crosses a water line or crosses under a driveway or sidewalk. 5) Control Panel must be located at or near tank and be accessible and visible from the road. 6) Power source must be on dedicated circuit, in a non-metallic rigid conduit and must sweep to the top of the tank. 7) Float wires and wire from panel to your splice box must be 14 AWG Stranded copper wire, color coded to CBU specs: Red/Off float, Blue/On float, Yellow/Alarm float, float common wire can be any color other than float and pump lead colors (red, blue, yellow, black, white or green) (see example CBSO10-page 11). 8) Pump wire must be 12 AWG stranded, black/white/green (see example CBSO10-page 11). 9) NO banding will be accepted! Colored wire ONLY!! All sewer components shall be manufactured by Orenco Systems, Roseburg, Oregon. This is only a partial list of requirements.

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PLEASE CONTACT 541-504-2305 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

Installing ORENCO SYSTEM Ribbed PVC Risers

Getting the right height The installed riser shall extend 3 inches above the original ground level (approximately 2 inches for tank settlement and 1 inch to ensure drainage away from the riser). If the riser is too tall, it may be cut. The top of the riser has plastic bolt catches attached that accommodates the lid bolts. A riser must be cut at the bottom end. Use masking tape to mark the riser for cutting. To ensure a good fit and a watertight joint, a square cut is absolutely necessary. If the riser is too short, a grade ring may be installed under the riser. Generally, it is easiest to bond the grade ring to the top of the tank as described below then bond the riser to the grade ring with epoxy. Making a Watertight Seal If your tank has a groove for the riser cast into the top, roughen and clean the surfaces of the riser and tank where they are to be joined. If the groove is wet, sponge up as much water as possible then dry thoroughly with a propane torch. Since rock in the concrete may explode when overheated, wear safety glasses and apply heat slowly and evenly. Using the two-part epoxy supplied, mix according to the directions; fill the ½ inch groove around the access hole in the top of the tank with approximately one pint of epoxy. Set the riser in place, twisting gently back and forth while pushing down into the groove. A bead of epoxy will be displaced from the groove and will appear around the outside and inside perimeter of the riser. If your tank does not have a groove for the riser, center the riser over the access hole and mark its position on the top of the tank. Roughen, clean and dry the surfaces as described above. Set the riser over the tank opening and run a generous fillet of epoxy completely around the inside of the riser’s base. Allow ample curing time for the epoxy, then backfill and slope the ground surface away from the riser so that runoff will drain away from the tank. Exercise care during the curing period to avoid dislodging the riser or disrupting the watertight seal between the riser and the tank. Working in Cold Weather The epoxy which Orenco System, Inc. (OSI) supplies cures quickly in very warm weather but needs at least 90 minutes curing time at 60 degrees and often much longer at lower temperatures. Two approaches for successful installation during cold weather are: 1) Set the riser in place on the tank and apply cement grout around the outside of the riser’s base. Once the grout has set, clean and dry inside of the riser’s base and the adjoining surface of the tank then apply a generous fillet of epoxy. Backfill may be done when the cement grout has set. Complete curing of the epoxy may take much longer but eventually will create a watertight seal. OR 2) Have your local concrete tank maker cast an OSI PVC grade ring into the top of the tank surrounding the access hole at the time of manufacture. The riser can later be bonded to the grade ring with epoxy. Access Hole Too Big? The OSI fiberglass tank adapter converts any oversized opening up to 24” diameter to an 18” diameter access hole. The tank adapter may be bonded to a concrete tank using the same two-part epoxy as is used for riser installation. [email protected] • CCB# 193522 Revised 05-08-2014

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RISER DETAIL (Example CBSO7)

Caution: An unlocked or open septic tank access is a safety hazard. Always replace lid and lock securely? Stainless Steel Allenhead Bolts must be used!

Install riser so that grommets are toward the top. Ball valve/flex hose/union assembly needs to be at the same level as the splice box.

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Inside The Riser (Example CBSO9) - No fittings inside the riser shall be more than hand tightened The line from the tank to the sewer line must be a FLEX LINE,1-1/4 inches in diameter (Please make certain there are double swing elbows at this point)

Float tree assembly must have an extension

with a tee handle towards the top of the riser.

Float tree and screen must have a tee handle installed close to the top of the lid to assist in removal.

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Panel

1. 2.

3. 4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

Panel Installation Read all instructions before proceeding with the installation. Improper installation may void warranties. Inspect your order for completeness and inspect each component for shipment damage. If something is missing or damaged you will need to contact your supplier to obtain replacements. Check to be sure the instructions and items supplied comply with State and local regulations. A qualified electrician must be employed to install and service the panel and ancillary wiring. The equipment must be installed in compliance with the national Electric Code, as well as State codes, local codes and CBU regulations. Placement of the Control Panel Install the electrical control or alarm panel near the tank and in view of the road. The panel should be attached to a post or an exterior wall. Panels that contain motor contactors should not be mounted to an exterior wall unless the mounting method includes sound deadening. If possible, position the panel in the shade to protect it from weather. Extreme temperatures can cause inconsistent performance of the electrical components. Locate the panel at a convenient height (usually about five feet above the ground) and where it will be accessible for maintenance. Install Floats and Pumps Install the electrical splice box (es) for the floats and pump(s) before installing the actual floats and pumping equipment. The splice box (es) is installed in the grommet(s) provided near the top of the riser. Install the floats. Thread the float and pump cords through the cord grips into the PVC splice box, leaving adequate lengths of electrical cord coiled inside the riser to allow easy removal of the pump and float assembly. Do not remove the colored markers or the paper tags from the float cords, and do not try to thread the markers and tag through the cord grip. These should be left on the float cord, outside the splice box. Tighten the cord grips by hand, not by tool and then check the tightness of the cord grips by tugging on each cord. A cord is secure and the connection watertight when the cord grip is tight enough to prevent slippage. Adequate lengths of cord should be left within the splice box to allow for easy removal for future disconnecting and re-splicing. Run the wires from the control panel to the splice box. The wires must be brought through a conduit. Conduit that enters the splice box must be sealed with a conduit seal to prevent the infiltration of water into the splice box. The number of wires required depends on the control panel and the number of floats and pumps used. This can be determined by consulting the splice box wiring diagram appropriate for the control panel and float arrangement being used. Wire shall be sized at 14 AWG stranded for the floats. When calculating wire size, you need to take the length and size of your branch circuit wires from the service entrance panel to the pump control panel into account. Wire that is too small can cause an excessive voltage drop and poor pump performance.

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Connect Control Panel (Example CBSO10) 10. Connect the wires coming from floats to the terminals in the control panel. Refer to the appropriate float arrangement diagram or splice-box wiring diagram for the correct terminal connections. 11. Connect the wires coming from the pump(s) to the pump terminals. Refer to the panel wiring diagram for the correct terminal connections. 12. Connect the incoming power to the panel. Power to the panel must be appropriate to the control panel and pump motor (i.e., 120 VAC, single phase for a 120 VAC motor, 240 VAC single phase for a 240 VAC motor, etc). Insure that the panel is properly grounded and that the fuse or breaker and wire size, from the main power panel and to the pump, are sized correctly. Separate circuits for the pump controls and each of the pump motors are recommended. Note: voltage for the controls in the panel is always 120 VAC, although the pump voltage may be 120 VAC or 240 VAC. 13. Use 60 degrees CU conductors only. Torque the terminal blocks to 7.1 LB-IN. Torque the circuit breaker and ground lugs to 45 LB-IN. 14. When power is applied to the control panel, the wires to the pump may be energized. Do not service the pump or any electrical wiring in the pump vault without disconnecting the power at the circuit breaker and the fuse. The pump vault area is a hazardous area and may contain explosive gases. Take appropriate precautions before working in the pump vault. 15. If you have any questions, please contact Orenco Systems, Inc.

PUMP wires in the tank and from the tank to the panel SHALL BE 12 AWG Stranded and color coded to CBUC specs: Black/White/Green.

FLOAT wires in the tank and from the tank to the panel SHALL BE 14 AWG Stranded and color coded to CBUC specs: Red/Off float, Blue/On float, Yellow/Alarm float, Hot Common #4 wire can be any other color not already being used in this panel.

*NO BANDING WILL BE ACCEPTED – COLORED WIRE ONLY!!

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(Example CBSO11) Orenco Systems SIMPLEX control panel

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(Example CBSO12)

Installation Requirements

Part Numbers

Fiberglass Lid Riser w/ G125 & G1 Grommet Drilled 90 Deg. Angle 2-Part Adhesive (plastic riser to concrete tank) ADH 100 (plastic riser to plastic ring preset in tank) Splice box w/ four cord grips Control Panel Float Assembly Flex hose w/ hose fittings Discharge Assemblies (cold weather)

FL244BU (24” lid) RR4218 IPS 810 ADH 100 SB4 115 V S-1 115 V MF3A YBR HVX125 200 HVCW125

“NO” Low Head Pumps are approved after 01-01-2011

Approved High Head Pumps Orenco System High Head Pump Myers High Head Pump

PF 300511 1/2HP 30 GPM 115V 60HZ 2NFL5112EP (1100 gal. tank)

Biotube Pump Vault (High Head)

PVU571819

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(EXAMPLE CBSO8) Typical S.T.E.P. HIGH Head System

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Constitutionality and Saving Clause Should any provision, section, sentence, clause or phrase of this document or the application of same to any person or set of circumstances, are for any reason held to be unconstitutional, void, invalid, or for any reason unenforceable, the validity of the remaining portions of this contract, or its application to other persons or circumstances, shall not be affected; thereby, it being the intent of the CBU Board of Directors in adopting and the Chairman of the Board, or his/her designee, in approving this document that no portion hereof or provision or regulation contained herein shall become inoperative or fail by reason of any unconstitutionality or invalidity of any other portion, provision, or regulation.

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Utility Service Application (Eagle Ridge Water & Sewer) (CBSO1) LOT:

PHASE:

ADDRESS:

OWNERS NAME:

BEST PHONE NUMBER:

MAILING ADDRESS:

CITY:

STATE:

ZIP:

EMAIL ADDRESS: BUILDER NAME:

PHONE:

CELL:

FAX:

BUILDER MAILING ADDRESS: INSTALLERS NAME:

DEQ #

RENEWAL DATE:

The above referenced property owner hereby applies for residential water and sewer service to the above referenced property In making this application, I/We do hereby agree to fully comply with and be bound by the rules, regulations, standards and specifications, policies and procedures set forth in the Cline Butte Water, LLC. and Cline Butte Environmental, LLC., (*“CBU”) Policy Manual. The manual is on file at the CBU office, and copies are available upon request at $5.00 per copy The required sewer connection fee of $3,750 and an initial deposit for water connection fee of $500, as well as the utility service compliance deposit of $1,000, for a total of $5,250 made payable to CBU, is attached and made a part of this application. The compliance deposit is fully refundable, subject to the conditions set forth in the Policy Manual. (See below for an estimate of total water connection fee.) The tariff on file with the Oregon Public Utility Commission, effective July 1, 2008, set the water service connection charge “at cost”. CBU has established the following ESTIMATE for a water service connection charge based on meter size and twenty feet of service line: 5/8 x 3/4 meter with a 1 inch service line- $1,537.07. This charge may vary greatly depending on labor costs, length of service line, and materials. The balance of the water service connection charge is due and payable upon approved connection to the water system. NOTE: The length of the water service line may vary greatly, thus affecting the cost of service. CBU can provide you with an estimate specific to your property location. Please contact CBUC at (541) 504-2305 Option #3. Further, the property owner shall be responsible for payment of monthly utility rates designated in the attached rate schedule upon approved connection to CBU’s water and sewer system. I/We have read and understand the CBU standards and specifications and agree to comply with all conditions of service required by CBU, *DHS, *DEQ, *UPC and *PUC. I/We further understand and agree that CBU shall reserve the right to assess and withhold charges against the compliance Deposit in the event of failure to comply with the standards and specifications, including required inspections, which result in additional service calls made by CBU. If the initial deposit is exhausted all work shall stop until another deposit is made.

OWNERS NAME____________________________BUILDERS NAME______________________________ SIGNATURE _______________________/_______________________DATE__________________ *DHS: Oregon Department of Human Resources • *DEQ: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality • *UPC: Uniform Plumbing Code *PUC: Public Utility Commission • *CBU: Cline Butte Water, LLC., And Cline Butte Environments, LLC.

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(Example CBSO2) ON-SITE SEPTIC TANK EFFLUENT PUMP (“STEP”) PERMIT APPLICATION PLEASE PRINT ______________________________________ Property Owner’s Name ______________________________________ Lot # Phase #

______________________________________ Applicant’s Name if Different from Owner _________________________________________ Site Address

Proposed Facility: Single Family Residence:_____ Multi Family Residence:____ Commercial Building:____

This application will be returned if it is not filled out completely and accompanied by the appropriate fees and attachments required in this packet. Your site diagram must be prepared according to the site development sample in this packet before action can be taken on this application. By my signature, I certify that the information I have furnished is correct and hereby grant Cline Butte Water, LLC & Cline Butte Environmental, LLC, and its authorized agent(s) permission to enter into the above described property for the purpose of this application. ____________________________ Signature

___________ Date

Owner

__________________________ Submittal Date Reviewed by CBU Agent: _________

Authorized Representative Owner’s Contact Info

DEQ Licensed Installer Info

Name:_________________________________

DEQ License No.:__________________________

Address:_______________________________

Business Name:____________________________

City, State, ZIP: _________________________

Contact Name: ____________________________

Phone: ________________________________

Address: _________________________________

Alternate Phone: ________________________

City, State, ZIP: ___________________________

Fax: ___________________________________

County: __________________________________

Email: _________________________________

Phone: ___________________________________ Note: CBU requires a photo of the DEQ installers current license.

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(Example CBSO3)

Site Development Plan – Statement of Site Status Lot:

Phase:

Property Pin.

Property Pin.

Submitted By: Owner/Builder: Approved

Date:

Changes Necessary –See attached sheet

CBU Representative:

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SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN (example) Lot:

XX

Phase:

Property Pin

XXXX

1000 Gallon Precast Septic Tank. Tank must be 20’ max. from paved access, and be accessible to pumper truck. Per (OAR 340-071-0220), tank must be a minimum of 5’ from the foundation and a minimum of 5’ from the property line. Tank may not interfere with the Public Utility Easement (P.U.E.), which is commonly 10’ in from the property pin on the street side of the lot.

P.U.E. 10’ Wide

*Min 5’ from PUE 2’ gate valve with PVC swing check.

1000 gallon precast septic tank *Min 5’ from foundation and all property lines.

1 ¼ flex line. *Max 20’ from paved surface

R O A D

Driveway

Service shut off valve

Water Meter Will Be Provided By CBW, LLC.

Meter shut off valve

Septic Tank Control Box must be at or near the tank and visible from the road.

SITE PLAN MUST SHOW LOACATION OF WATER/SEWER SERVICES, ROAD, HOUSE, DRIVEWAY, AND SEPTIC TANK. (Tank must show DISTANCE in *FEET indicated in the heavy RED arrows.

Verify any known or existing right of ways and /or easements. PUE = Public Utility Easement. PUE is generally 10’ in from the property pins and the septic tank cannot be located inside the PUE. Discharge line must be compliant with the manufacture specifications with a 12 AWG green tracer wire attached to the pipe and detectable metallic tape one foot (12”) above the line. Lines must be sleeved if the cross under a driveway, sidewalk, or water line. Septic tank must be a minimum 5” from the house foundation and 5’ away from any property line per (OAR 340-0710220). Tank cannot be more than 20’ from any paved access. Tanks must be accessible for pumper trucks.

Home Approved Double Check Valve Assembly with shut offs. Cannot be more than 30” from Meter and must be in a JUMBO AMTEX/ARMOR box with green lid.

Irrigation Double Check Valve Assembly Irrigation Line

Property Pin

Submitted By: Owner/Builder: Approved CBU Representative:

Date: Changes Necessary –See attached sheet

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(Example CBSO13) Additional Swing Check . 2” PVC Adapter & Plug

Union

2” PVC Adapter & Plug

Jumbo Ametex/Armor Box w/extensions if needed. Green solid lid. Traffic rated if near to or beneath a driveway or sidewalk. Set a finished grade.

PVC Swing Check Flow

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Signature Page  By signing this page I acknowledge I have received and read the entire Call Before You Dig Document.  I also agree to abide by all rules, policies, laws and etc set forth in this document and the State of Oregon OAR and ORS rules and laws. By not fully complying, I understand there will be fines in increments of $250.00 for each time there is a non-compliance issued by Cline Butte Water, LLC and Cline Butte Environmental, LLC. If the compliance deposit is exhausted no utility service shall be allowed until another deposit has been paid and so on. By not complying with State OAR and ORS rules and laws the State of Oregon can levy fines at their discretion.

_______________________ Signature

___________ Phone

_______ Date

__________________ Title

_______________________ Signature

___________ Phone

_______ Date

__________________ Title

_______________________ Signature

___________ Phone

_______ Date

__________________ Title

_______________________ Signature

___________ Phone

_______ Date

__________________ Title

For CBU use only

 Applications fully filled out?  Check submitted?  Explanations given?  Signed?  ARC Informed?  Page attached to builders card?

_______________________ CBU Associate

____________ Date

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