Changeset 19942 in main


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Timestamp:
03/03/20 12:58:47 (4 weeks ago)
Author:
Maria Baron
Message:

5 EPHT indicators updated

Location:
adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator
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  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/EPHTPrivWellArsenic.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    99        <NUMERATOR>Number of tested private wells with arsenic concentration exceeding the maximum contaminant level of 5 micrograms of arsenic per liter in a specified period of time</NUMERATOR>
    1010        <DENOMINATOR>Number of tested private wells in a specified period of time</DENOMINATOR>
    11         <DATA_NOTE>Data Source: Private Well Testing Act Program, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Well Test Results for January 2011 - December 2015.
     11        <DATA_NOTE>Data Source: Private Well Testing Act Program, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Well Test Results for September 2002 - December 2018.
    1212
    13 Arsenic testing of private wells is required only in the counties shown.  Testing began in Sussex and Warren counties in March 2008.</DATA_NOTE>
     13Testing for arsenic in private wells began in Sussex and Warren counties in March 2008.</DATA_NOTE>
    1414        <DATA_ISSUES>In January 2006, the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for arsenic in New Jersey was reduced from 50 micrograms per liter to 5 micrograms per liter.</DATA_ISSUES>
    15         <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>11/16/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     15        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    1616        <WHY_IMPORTANT>Arsenic is a naturally-occurring element in the earth's crust, and trace amounts can be found in geologic formations and aquifers in parts of New Jersey.  Arsenic may also be found in soils as a result of past use of arsenic-containing pesticides and wood preservatives. 
    1717
    1818Arsenic has been classified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) as a known human carcinogen. Ingestion of large amounts of inorganic arsenic is associated with increased risk of several types of cancer, including skin, lung, liver, kidney and urinary bladder. Other potential effects of ingesting large amounts of arsenic include diarrhea, thickening and/or discoloration of the skin, diabetes, and heart disease.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
    19         <HOW_DOING>Between 2011 and 2015, about 7.9% of 17,989 private wells in New Jersey that were tested for arsenic exceeded the state MCL of 5 micrograms per liter.  Arsenic standard exceedances were most commonly found in Bergen (11.6% of wells), Essex (13.6% of wells), Hunterdon (14.5% of wells), Mercer (19.7% of wells), and Somerset Counties (16.7% of wells).</HOW_DOING>
     19        <HOW_DOING>Between 2002 and 2018, about 8.3% of 49,404 private wells in New Jersey that were tested for arsenic exceeded the state MCL of 5 micrograms per liter.  Arsenic standard exceedances were most commonly found in Mercer (18.2% of wells), Somerset (16.8% of wells), Hunterdon (16.3% of wells), Essex (13.1% of wells) and Bergen (10.2% of wells) Counties.  Online maps showing detection of arsenic are available at the county level, municipal level, and for 2 mile by 2 mile grids from NJDEP, [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC].</HOW_DOING>
    2020        <WHAT_DOING>The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) adopted a new maximum contaminant level (MCL) for arsenic of 5 micrograms per liter, effective in January 2006, giving New Jersey the most protective arsenic standard in the nation.  The MCL for arsenic in the U.S. is 10 micrograms per liter.
    2121
     
    2424Test results are provided to homeowners by the laboratory performing the analyses and are also sent to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP).  The NJDEP notifies the local health agency when a well within its jurisdiction is tested under the PWTA. The data from the PWTA are used by NJDEP to assess the quality of the water from private wells throughout the state.
    2525
    26 Arsenic is required to be tested for in private wells in 12 of New Jersey's 21 counties.  These counties were selected due to the higher likelihood of finding arsenic.  Testing for arsenic was added in two counties (Sussex and Warren) beginning in March 2008.</WHAT_DOING>
     26Arsenic was initially required to be tested for in private wells in only 12 of New Jersey's 21 counties.  These counties were selected due to the higher likelihood of finding arsenic.  Testing for arsenic was added in two counties (Sussex and Warren) beginning in March 2008 and testing for arsenic is now required in all NJ counties.</WHAT_DOING>
    2727        <SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>If your drinking water comes from a private well, you are responsible for testing. The NJDEP recommends that you use a laboratory that is NJDEP-certified. You can call the NJDEP Office of Quality Assurance at (609) 292-3950 for information on laboratories certified to test drinking water or look for the information online at: [https://www13.state.nj.us/DataMiner] using the "Search by Category" option, select "Certified Laboratories", and search for "Certified Drinking Water Labs", "PWTA Laboratories Certified for Sampling", or "Laboratories Certified by Parameter".
    2828
     
    3636
    3737NJDOH Drinking Water Facts: Private Wells,
    38 [http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/eohap/pw_faq.pdf]
     38[https://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/pw_faq.pdf]
    3939
    4040NJDOH Drinking Water and Public Health Project,
     
    5151        <OWNER_USER_ID>ropiekun</OWNER_USER_ID>
    5252        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
    53         <STATUS_DATE>08/24/2017</STATUS_DATE>
     53        <STATUS_DATE>03/03/2020</STATUS_DATE>
    5454        <NOTE>modified by REO
    5555
    56569/21/2009 - map view added by REO
    57573/11/2016 - Data updated by REO using EN
    58 8-24-17-  updated to interactive map &amp; made links hot, BDG.</NOTE>
     588-24-17-  updated to interactive map &amp; made links hot, BDG.
     593/3/20 - REO received updated data from Nick Procopio at DEP, they want all years of data on the portal and not just the latest 5-year window</NOTE>
    5960        <SORT_ORDER>402</SORT_ORDER>
    6061        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    61         <MODIFIED_DATE>08/24/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     62        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    6263        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    63         <PUBLISHED_DATE>08/24/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     64        <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    6465        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
    6566                <MODIFIED_DATE></MODIFIED_DATE>
     
    110111                        <TITLE>Arsenic in Private Wells,</TITLE>
    111112                        <SUB_TITLE>Percent of Tested Wells Exceeding MCL, by County,</SUB_TITLE>
    112                         <PERIOD_TITLE>January 2011 through December 2015</PERIOD_TITLE>
     113                        <PERIOD_TITLE>September 2002 through December 2018</PERIOD_TITLE>
    113114                        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells Exceeding Arsenic MCL</Y_TITLE>
    114115                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/EPHTPrivWellNitrate.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    99        <NUMERATOR>Number of tested private wells with nitrate concentration exceeding the maximum contaminant level of 10 milligrams per liter in a specified time period</NUMERATOR>
    1010        <DENOMINATOR>Number of tested private wells in a specified time period</DENOMINATOR>
    11         <DATA_NOTE>Data Source: Private Well Testing Act Program, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Well Test Results for January 2011 - December 2015.</DATA_NOTE>
    12         <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>11/16/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     11        <DATA_NOTE>Data Source: Private Well Testing Act Program, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Well Test Results for September 2002-December 2018</DATA_NOTE>
     12        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    1313        <WHY_IMPORTANT>Nitrate is a nitrogen compound that occurs naturally in soil, water, plants, and food. It may be formed when microorganisms in the environment break down organic materials, such as plants, animal manure, and sewage. Nitrate can also be found in chemical fertilizers.  Nitrate can get into drinking water from runoff of farms, golf courses and lawns, landfills, animal feedlots, and septic systems.
    1414
    1515High levels of nitrate in drinking water can lead to methemoglobinemia, a form of anemia, particularly in infants ("blue baby syndrome") and pregnant women.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
    16         <HOW_DOING>Between 2011 and 2015, about 2.9% of 36,409 wells tested had concentrations of nitrate above the maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 10 milligrams per liter. Two counties had much higher rates of MCL exceedance, Cumberland (16% of wells) and Salem (11.2% of wells).</HOW_DOING>
     16        <HOW_DOING>Between September 2002 and December 2018, about 2.9% of 111,011 wells tested had concentrations of nitrate above the maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 10 milligrams per liter. Two counties had much higher rates of MCL exceedance, Cumberland (14.3% of wells) and Salem (10.1% of wells). Online maps showing detection of nitrate are available at the county level, municipal level, and for 2 mile by 2 mile grids from NJDEP, [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC].</HOW_DOING>
    1717        <WHAT_DOING>The New Jersey Private Well Testing Act (PWTA) became effective in September 2002.  The PWTA requires the buyer or the seller of real property to test the well water prior to sale and review the results prior to closing of title. It also requires landlords to test the private well water supplied to their tenants and provide their tenants with a written copy of the results.
    1818
     
    3434
    3535NJDOH Drinking Water Facts: Private Wells,
    36 [http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/eohap/pw_faq.pdf]
     36[https://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/pw_faq.pdf]
    3737
    3838NJDOH Drinking Water and Public Health Project,
     
    5151        <OWNER_USER_ID>ropiekun</OWNER_USER_ID>
    5252        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
    53         <STATUS_DATE>09/28/2017</STATUS_DATE>
     53        <STATUS_DATE>03/03/2020</STATUS_DATE>
    5454        <NOTE>modified by REO
    5555
     
    575710/31/13 - updated to reflect new data (REO)
    58583/11/16 -  updated by REO from EN
    59 8-24-17, made links hot &amp; added interactive map instead of static, BDG</NOTE>
     598-24-17, made links hot &amp; added interactive map instead of static, BDG
     603/3/20 - REO received updated data from Nick Procopio at DEP and they want all data up, not just for a 5-year window</NOTE>
    6061        <SORT_ORDER>402</SORT_ORDER>
    6162        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    62         <MODIFIED_DATE>09/28/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     63        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    6364        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    64         <PUBLISHED_DATE>09/28/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     65        <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    6566        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
    6667                <MODIFIED_DATE></MODIFIED_DATE>
     
    111112                        <TITLE>Nitrate in Private Wells</TITLE>
    112113                        <SUB_TITLE>Percent of Tested Wells Exceeding MCL, by County,</SUB_TITLE>
    113                         <PERIOD_TITLE>January 2011 through December 2015</PERIOD_TITLE>
     114                        <PERIOD_TITLE>September 2002 through December 2018</PERIOD_TITLE>
    114115                        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells Exceeding Nitrate MCL</Y_TITLE>
    115116                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/FecColifrmPW.County.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    99        <SUB_TITLE>Percent of Wells with Fecal Coliform or E. Coli Detected, by County,</SUB_TITLE>
    1010        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells with Fecal Coliform or E. Coli Detected</Y_TITLE>
    11         <PERIOD_TITLE>Sept 2002 - April 2014</PERIOD_TITLE>
     11        <PERIOD_TITLE>September 2002 through December 2018</PERIOD_TITLE>
    1212        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    1313        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     
    1616        <DATA_NOTE>**Results by county are suppressed when the number of tested wells was less than 10.  Denominator is the number of tested private wells.
    1717
    18 Data Source:  NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Supply and Geoscience, and Division of Science, Research, and Environmental Health, Private Well Testing Act Data Summary page, 
    19 [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC], obtained on July 6, 2016.</DATA_NOTE>
     18Data Source:  NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Supply and Geoscience, and Division of Science, Research, and Environmental Health, obtained on March 2, 2020.</DATA_NOTE>
    2019        <SORT_ORDER>1</SORT_ORDER>
    2120        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    22         <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: mbaron</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    23         <MODIFIED_DATE>09/27/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     21        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: ropiekun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
     22        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    2423        <DATA_SOURCES/>
    2524        <DATASET_SERIES name="None">
     
    232231                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    233232                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>1</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    234                         <VALUE>0.5</VALUE>
    235                         <DENOMINATOR>4,995</DENOMINATOR>
     233                        <VALUE>0.4</VALUE>
     234                        <NUMERATOR>27</NUMERATOR>
     235                        <DENOMINATOR>6350</DENOMINATOR>
    236236                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    237237                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    242242                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    243243                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>10</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    244                         <VALUE>3.4</VALUE>
    245                         <DENOMINATOR>8,456</DENOMINATOR>
     244                        <VALUE>3.2</VALUE>
     245                        <NUMERATOR>349</NUMERATOR>
     246                        <DENOMINATOR>10878</DENOMINATOR>
    246247                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    247248                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    252253                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    253254                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>11</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    254                         <VALUE>3.1</VALUE>
    255                         <DENOMINATOR>2,413</DENOMINATOR>
     255                        <VALUE>2.9</VALUE>
     256                        <NUMERATOR>87</NUMERATOR>
     257                        <DENOMINATOR>2968</DENOMINATOR>
    256258                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    257259                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    262264                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    263265                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>12</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    264                         <VALUE>2.0</VALUE>
    265                         <DENOMINATOR>757</DENOMINATOR>
     266                        <VALUE>1.9</VALUE>
     267                        <NUMERATOR>18</NUMERATOR>
     268                        <DENOMINATOR>954</DENOMINATOR>
    266269                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    267270                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    272275                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    273276                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>13</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    274                         <VALUE>1.3</VALUE>
    275                         <DENOMINATOR>4,613</DENOMINATOR>
     277                        <VALUE>1.0</VALUE>
     278                        <NUMERATOR>61</NUMERATOR>
     279                        <DENOMINATOR>6097</DENOMINATOR>
    276280                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    277281                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    283287                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>14</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    284288                        <VALUE>2.0</VALUE>
    285                         <DENOMINATOR>7,923</DENOMINATOR>
     289                        <NUMERATOR>207</NUMERATOR>
     290                        <DENOMINATOR>10320</DENOMINATOR>
    286291                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    287292                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    292297                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    293298                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>15</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     299                        <VALUE>0.7</VALUE>
     300                        <NUMERATOR>54</NUMERATOR>
     301                        <DENOMINATOR>7276</DENOMINATOR>
     302                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     303                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     304                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="FecColifrmPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="16">
     305                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FecColifrmPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     306                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     307                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     308                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     309                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>16</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     310                        <VALUE>3.4</VALUE>
     311                        <NUMERATOR>160</NUMERATOR>
     312                        <DENOMINATOR>4684</DENOMINATOR>
     313                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     314                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     315                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="FecColifrmPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="17">
     316                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FecColifrmPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     317                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     318                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     319                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     320                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>17</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    294321                        <VALUE>0.9</VALUE>
    295                         <DENOMINATOR>5,598</DENOMINATOR>
    296                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    297                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    298                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="FecColifrmPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="16">
    299                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FecColifrmPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    300                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    301                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    302                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    303                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>16</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    304                         <VALUE>3.7</VALUE>
    305                         <DENOMINATOR>3,586</DENOMINATOR>
    306                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    307                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    308                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="FecColifrmPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="17">
    309                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FecColifrmPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    310                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    311                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    312                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    313                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>17</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    314                         <VALUE>0.7</VALUE>
    315                         <DENOMINATOR>2,879</DENOMINATOR>
     322                        <NUMERATOR>35</NUMERATOR>
     323                        <DENOMINATOR>3843</DENOMINATOR>
    316324                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    317325                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    323331                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>18</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    324332                        <VALUE>4.3</VALUE>
    325                         <DENOMINATOR>4,796</DENOMINATOR>
     333                        <NUMERATOR>262</NUMERATOR>
     334                        <DENOMINATOR>6031</DENOMINATOR>
    326335                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    327336                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    332341                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    333342                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>19</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    334                         <VALUE>4.0</VALUE>
    335                         <DENOMINATOR>8,810</DENOMINATOR>
     343                        <VALUE>4.2</VALUE>
     344                        <NUMERATOR>466</NUMERATOR>
     345                        <DENOMINATOR>11151</DENOMINATOR>
    336346                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    337347                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    342352                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    343353                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>2</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    344                         <VALUE>1.3</VALUE>
    345                         <DENOMINATOR>2,195</DENOMINATOR>
     354                        <VALUE>1.2</VALUE>
     355                        <NUMERATOR>33</NUMERATOR>
     356                        <DENOMINATOR>2805</DENOMINATOR>
    346357                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    347358                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    352363                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    353364                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>20</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    354                         <VALUE>3.3</VALUE>
    355                         <DENOMINATOR>60</DENOMINATOR>
     365                        <VALUE>2.8</VALUE>
     366                        <NUMERATOR>2</NUMERATOR>
     367                        <DENOMINATOR>71</DENOMINATOR>
    356368                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    357369                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    362374                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    363375                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>21</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    364                         <VALUE>3.4</VALUE>
    365                         <DENOMINATOR>4,187</DENOMINATOR>
     376                        <VALUE>3.2</VALUE>
     377                        <NUMERATOR>175</NUMERATOR>
     378                        <DENOMINATOR>5466</DENOMINATOR>
    366379                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    367380                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    372385                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    373386                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>3</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    374                         <VALUE>1.0</VALUE>
    375                         <DENOMINATOR>7,528</DENOMINATOR>
    376                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    377                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    378                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="FecColifrmPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="30">
    379                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FecColifrmPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    380                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    381                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    382                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    383                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>30</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    384                         <VALUE>2.1</VALUE>
    385                         <DENOMINATOR>86,763</DENOMINATOR>
     387                        <VALUE>0.8</VALUE>
     388                        <NUMERATOR>76</NUMERATOR>
     389                        <DENOMINATOR>9435</DENOMINATOR>
    386390                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    387391                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    393397                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>4</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    394398                        <VALUE>0.5</VALUE>
    395                         <DENOMINATOR>2,185</DENOMINATOR>
     399                        <NUMERATOR>14</NUMERATOR>
     400                        <DENOMINATOR>2726</DENOMINATOR>
    396401                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    397402                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    402407                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    403408                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>5</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    404                         <VALUE>1.1</VALUE>
    405                         <DENOMINATOR>5,015</DENOMINATOR>
     409                        <VALUE>1.0</VALUE>
     410                        <NUMERATOR>60</NUMERATOR>
     411                        <DENOMINATOR>6134</DENOMINATOR>
    406412                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    407413                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    413419                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>6</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    414420                        <VALUE>0.5</VALUE>
    415                         <DENOMINATOR>4,938</DENOMINATOR>
     421                        <NUMERATOR>36</NUMERATOR>
     422                        <DENOMINATOR>6557</DENOMINATOR>
    416423                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    417424                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    423430                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>7</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    424431                        <VALUE>0.0</VALUE>
    425                         <DENOMINATOR>139</DENOMINATOR>
     432                        <NUMERATOR>0</NUMERATOR>
     433                        <DENOMINATOR>175</DENOMINATOR>
    426434                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    427435                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    432440                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    433441                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>8</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    434                         <VALUE>0.9</VALUE>
    435                         <DENOMINATOR>5,690</DENOMINATOR>
     442                        <VALUE>0.6</VALUE>
     443                        <NUMERATOR>46</NUMERATOR>
     444                        <DENOMINATOR>7085</DENOMINATOR>
    436445                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    437446                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/FecColifrmPW.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    99        <NUMERATOR>Number of tested private wells with fecal coliform or E. coli detected</NUMERATOR>
    1010        <DENOMINATOR>Number of tested private wells in a specified period of time</DENOMINATOR>
    11         <DATA_ISSUES>Under the PWTA, all wells are tested for the presence of a group of bacteria called total coliform (TC). When TC is detected, the sample is further tested for either fecal coliform or E. coli bacteria, depending on the testing laboratory. The presence of either fecal coliform or E. coli is strong evidence that a well has been contaminated with fecal waste, which can come from either human (septic tanks, leaking sewer lines) or animal (surface water infiltration) sources. Statewide, fecal coliform or E. coli were detected in 2.1 percent of all sampled wells. The counties in the Coastal Plain had the lowest percentage of wells in which either fecal coliform or E. coli was detected. It is believed that the sand and clay layers of the Coastal Plain better protect wells from fecal contamination than fractured rock formations in the northern part of the State.</DATA_ISSUES>
    12         <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>07/14/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     11        <DATA_ISSUES>Under the PWTA, all wells are tested for the presence of a group of bacteria called total coliform (TC). When TC is detected, the sample is further tested for either fecal coliform or E. coli bacteria, depending on the testing laboratory. The presence of either fecal coliform or E. coli is strong evidence that a well has been contaminated with fecal waste, which can come from either human (septic tanks, leaking sewer lines) or animal (surface water infiltration) sources. Statewide, fecal coliform or E. coli were detected in 2.0 percent of all sampled wells. The counties in the Coastal Plain had the lowest percentage of wells in which either fecal coliform or E. coli was detected. It is believed that the sand and clay layers of the Coastal Plain better protect wells from fecal contamination than fractured rock formations in the northern part of the State.</DATA_ISSUES>
     12        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    1313        <WHY_IMPORTANT>Coliform bacteria are organisms that are present in the environment and in the feces of all warm-blooded animals and humans. Coliform bacteria will not likely cause illness. However, their presence in drinking water indicates that disease-causing organisms (pathogens) could be in the water system. Most pathogens that contaminate water supplies come from the feces of humans or animals. Testing drinking water for all possible pathogens is complex, time-consuming, and expensive. It is relatively easy and inexpensive to test for coliform bacteria.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
    14         <HOW_DOING>Between September 2002 and April 2014, fecal coliform or E. coli was detected in 2.1 % of 86,763 private wells in sampled New Jersey.  Fecal coliform or E. coli was most commonly detected in Somerset (4.3% of wells), Sussex (4.0% of wells), Passaic (3.7% of wells), Hunterdon (3.4% of wells), Warren (3.4% of wells), Union (3.3% of wells), and Mercer (3.1% of wells) Counties.  Online maps showing detection of fecal coliform or E. coli are available at the county level, municipal level, and for 2 mile by 2 mile grids from NJDEP, [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC]</HOW_DOING>
     14        <HOW_DOING>Between September 2002 and December 2018, fecal coliform or E. coli was detected in 2.0 % of 111,010 private wells in sampled New Jersey.  Fecal coliform or E. coli was most commonly detected in Somerset (4.3% of wells), Sussex (4.2% of wells), Passaic (3.4% of wells), Hunterdon (3.2% of wells), Warren (3.2% of wells), Mercer (2.9% of wells) and Union (2.8% of wells) Counties.  Online maps showing detection of fecal coliform or E. coli are available at the county level, municipal level, and for 2 mile by 2 mile grids from NJDEP, [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC].</HOW_DOING>
    1515        <WHAT_DOING>The New Jersey Private Well Testing Act (N.J.S.A. 58:12A-26 et seq.) became effective in September 2002. The PWTA requires the buyer or the seller of a property to test untreated well water prior to the sale and review the results prior the closing of title. It also requires landlords to test the private well water supplied to their tenants every five years and provide their tenants with a written copy of the results. The data generated by this program are provided to the homeowners by the laboratory performing the analyses and then sent to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). The NJDEP notifies local health agencies when a well within their jurisdiction is tested under the PWTA. The data from the PWTA are used by NJDEP to assess the quality of the water from private wells throughout the state.</WHAT_DOING>
    1616        <SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>If your drinking water comes from a private well, you are responsible for testing. The NJDEP recommends that you use a laboratory that is NJDEP-certified. You can call the NJDEP Office of Quality Assurance at (609) 292-3950 for information on laboratories certified to test drinking water or look for the information online at: [https://www13.state.nj.us/DataMiner] using the "Search by Category" option, select "Certified Laboratories", and search for "Certified Drinking Water Labs", "PWTA Laboratories Certified for Sampling", or "Laboratories Certified by Parameter".
     
    2222
    2323NJ Private Well Testing Act Data Summary, by county, municipality, and 2 mile by 2 mile grid:
    24 [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC]
     24[http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC] 
    2525
    2626NJDOH Drinking Water Facts: Private Wells,
    27 [http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/eohap/pw_faq.pdf]
     27[https://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/pw_faq.pdf]
    2828
    2929NJDOH Drinking Water and Public Health Project,
    30 [http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/sanitation-safety/drinking-water-public-health/]</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
     30[http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/sanitation-safety/drinking-water-public-health/]
     31
     32To inquire about New Jersey well permitting and regulation, contact the NJDEP Division of Water Supply at (609) 984-6831.
     33
     34For information on federal drinking water regulations, and other water safety issues, contact the United States Environmental Protection Agency Safe Drinking Water Hotline at (800) 426-4791.</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
    3135        <ORG_UNIT_NAME>CEHS_EPHT</ORG_UNIT_NAME>
    3236        <OWNER_USER_ID>bgoun</OWNER_USER_ID>
    3337        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
    34         <STATUS_DATE>09/27/2017</STATUS_DATE>
    35         <NOTE>7-7-16, BDG built using PWTA map page data.  7-14-16: Edits from Jessie Gleason &amp; Nick Procopio (DEP).  Approved by Sherry, BDG.</NOTE>
     38        <STATUS_DATE>03/03/2020</STATUS_DATE>
     39        <NOTE>7-7-16, BDG built using PWTA map page data.  7-14-16: Edits from Jessie Gleason &amp; Nick Procopio (DEP).  Approved by Sherry, BDG.
     403/3/20 - REO received updated data from Nick Procopio.  DEP wants all years of data represented and not just the latest 5-year window.</NOTE>
    3641        <SORT_ORDER>402</SORT_ORDER>
    3742        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    38         <MODIFIED_DATE>09/27/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
    39         <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: mbaron</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    40         <PUBLISHED_DATE>09/27/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     43        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
     44        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
     45        <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    4146        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
    4247                <MODIFIED_DATE></MODIFIED_DATE>
     
    8287                        <TITLE>Fecal Coliform or E. Coli in Private Wells</TITLE>
    8388                        <SUB_TITLE>Percent of Wells with Fecal Coliform or E. Coli Detected, by County,</SUB_TITLE>
    84                         <PERIOD_TITLE>Sept 2002 - April 2014</PERIOD_TITLE>
     89                        <PERIOD_TITLE>September 2002 through December 2018</PERIOD_TITLE>
    8590                        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells with Fecal Coliform or E. Coli Detected</Y_TITLE>
    8691                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/GrossAlphaPW.County.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    99        <SUB_TITLE>Percent of Tested Wells Exceeding MCL, by County,</SUB_TITLE>
    1010        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells Exceeding MCL</Y_TITLE>
    11         <PERIOD_TITLE>Sept 2002 - April 2014</PERIOD_TITLE>
     11        <PERIOD_TITLE>September 2002 through December 2018</PERIOD_TITLE>
    1212        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    1313        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    1414        <VALUE_TYPE_NAME>Default</VALUE_TYPE_NAME>
    1515        <TARGET_VALUE>0</TARGET_VALUE>
    16         <DATA_NOTE>Gross alpha testing of private wells is required in these 12 NJ counties under the NJ Private Well Testing Act.  Denominator is the number of tested private wells.
     16        <DATA_NOTE>**Results by county are suppressed when the number of tested wells was less than 10.  Denominator is the number of tested private wells.
    1717
    18 Data Source:  NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Supply and Geoscience, and Division of Science, Research, and Environmental Health, Private Well Testing Act Data Summary page, 
    19 [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC], obtained on July 6, 2016.</DATA_NOTE>
     18Data Source:  NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Supply and Geoscience, and Division of Science, Research, and Environmental Health, obtained on March 2, 2020.</DATA_NOTE>
    2019        <SORT_ORDER>1</SORT_ORDER>
    2120        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    22         <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    23         <MODIFIED_DATE>08/24/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     21        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: ropiekun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
     22        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    2423        <DATA_SOURCES/>
    2524        <DATASET_SERIES name="None">
     
    232231                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    233232                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>1</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     233                        <VALUE>11.1</VALUE>
     234                        <NUMERATOR>655</NUMERATOR>
     235                        <DENOMINATOR>5923</DENOMINATOR>
     236                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     237                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     238                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="GrossAlphaPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="10">
     239                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     240                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     241                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     242                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     243                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>10</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     244                        <VALUE>5.5</VALUE>
     245                        <NUMERATOR>520</NUMERATOR>
     246                        <DENOMINATOR>9519</DENOMINATOR>
     247                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     248                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     249                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="GrossAlphaPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="11">
     250                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     251                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     252                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     253                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     254                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>11</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     255                        <VALUE>4.8</VALUE>
     256                        <NUMERATOR>127</NUMERATOR>
     257                        <DENOMINATOR>2663</DENOMINATOR>
     258                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     259                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     260                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="GrossAlphaPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="12">
     261                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     262                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     263                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     264                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     265                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>12</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     266                        <VALUE>9.1</VALUE>
     267                        <NUMERATOR>73</NUMERATOR>
     268                        <DENOMINATOR>806</DENOMINATOR>
     269                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     270                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     271                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="GrossAlphaPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="13">
     272                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     273                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     274                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     275                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     276                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>13</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     277                        <VALUE>2.5</VALUE>
     278                        <NUMERATOR>134</NUMERATOR>
     279                        <DENOMINATOR>5389</DENOMINATOR>
     280                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     281                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     282                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="GrossAlphaPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="14">
     283                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
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    337422                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    342427                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    343428                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>6</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    344                         <VALUE>28.2</VALUE>
    345                         <DENOMINATOR>4,785</DENOMINATOR>
     429                        <VALUE>29.9</VALUE>
     430                        <NUMERATOR>1923</NUMERATOR>
     431                        <DENOMINATOR>6432</DENOMINATOR>
     432                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     433                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     434                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="GrossAlphaPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="7">
     435                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     436                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     437                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     438                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     439                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>7</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     440                        <VALUE>**</VALUE>
    346441                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    347442                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    352447                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    353448                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>8</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    354                         <VALUE>11.1</VALUE>
    355                         <DENOMINATOR>5,441</DENOMINATOR>
     449                        <VALUE>12.2</VALUE>
     450                        <NUMERATOR>840</NUMERATOR>
     451                        <DENOMINATOR>6871</DENOMINATOR>
     452                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     453                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     454                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="GrossAlphaPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="9">
     455                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     456                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     457                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     458                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     459                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>9</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     460                        <VALUE>**</VALUE>
    356461                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    357462                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/GrossAlphaPW.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    99        <NUMERATOR>Number of tested private wells with gross alpha concentration exceeding the maximum contaminant level of 15 pCi/l in a specified period of time</NUMERATOR>
    1010        <DENOMINATOR>Number of tested private wells in a specified period of time</DENOMINATOR>
    11         <DATA_ISSUES>Gross alpha particle activity is a surrogate measurement for radium and is a measurement of all alpha radioactivity present, regardless of the specific radionuclide source. The federal maximum contaminant level (MCL) for gross alpha is 15 pCi/l minus the contribution from uranium. Nine southern New Jersey counties in the Coastal Plain (Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth, Ocean, and Salem) and three northern counties (Hunterdon, Mercer, and Middlesex) are required to monitor for gross alpha. In the Coastal Plain, where the only radionuclide present is radium, this surrogate test works well. However, outside of the Coastal Plain, groundwater samples may contain uranium, radium, or a combination of both. Both elements emit alpha radioactivity and so gross alpha measurements do not provide sufficient information to determine whether a particular sample exceeds the drinking water MCL. Of all of the private wells sampled statewide, 10.1 percent contained gross alpha levels above the federal MCL.  In the Coastal Plain, 11.5 percent of private wells tested contained levels of gross alpha above the federal MCL.</DATA_ISSUES>
    12         <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>07/14/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     11        <DATA_ISSUES>Gross alpha particle activity is a surrogate measurement for radium and is a measurement of all alpha radioactivity present, regardless of the specific radionuclide source. The federal maximum contaminant level (MCL) for gross alpha is 15 pCi/l minus the contribution from uranium. Initially, nine southern New Jersey counties in the Coastal Plain (Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth, Ocean, and Salem) and three northern counties (Hunterdon, Mercer, and Middlesex) were required to monitor for gross alpha. In the Coastal Plain, where the only radionuclide present is radium, this surrogate test works well. However, outside of the Coastal Plain, groundwater samples may contain uranium, radium, or a combination of both. Both elements emit alpha radioactivity and so gross alpha measurements do not provide sufficient information to determine whether a particular sample exceeds the drinking water MCL. Currently, testing for gross alpha is required in all 21 NJ counties.  Of all of the private wells sampled statewide, 10.9 percent contained gross alpha levels above the federal MCL.</DATA_ISSUES>
     12        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    1313        <WHY_IMPORTANT>Gross Alpha is a test that is performed to measure the overall radioactivity in drinking water. Naturally occurring radioactive elements emit alpha particles as they decay. Alpha radiation exists in soil, air, and water.  Sampling of public and private wells that draw water from southern New Jersey's Cohansey aquifer has shown elevated levels of naturally occurring radioactivity.  Exposure to radium over a long period of time is believed to increase one's lifetime risk of developing certain types of cancer.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
    14         <HOW_DOING>Between September 2002 and April 2014, 10.1% of 48,315 private wells in New Jersey tested for gross alpha exceeded the MCL of 15 pCi/l.  Gross alpha exceedances were most commonly found in Camden (34.4% of wells), Cumberland (28.2% of wells), Salem (15.4% of wells), Gloucester (11.1% of wells), and Atlantic Counties (10.9% of wells).  Online maps showing gross alpha exceedances are available at the county level, municipal level, and for 2 mile by 2 mile grids from NJDEP, http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC</HOW_DOING>
     14        <HOW_DOING>Between September 2002 and December 2018, 10.9% of 64,846 private wells in New Jersey tested for gross alpha exceeded the MCL of 15 pCi/l.  Gross alpha exceedances were most commonly found in Camden (35.6% of wells), Cumberland (29.9% of wells), Salem (17.2% of wells), and Sussex (15.1% of wells) Counties.  Online maps showing gross alpha exceedances are available at the county level, municipal level, and for 2 mile by 2 mile grids from NJDEP, [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC].</HOW_DOING>
    1515        <WHAT_DOING>The New Jersey Private Well Testing Act (N.J.S.A. 58:12A-26 et seq.) became effective in September 2002. The PWTA requires the buyer or the seller of a property to test untreated well water prior to the sale and review the results prior the closing of title. It also requires landlords to test the private well water supplied to their tenants every five years and provide their tenants with a written copy of the results. The data generated by this program are provided to the homeowners by the laboratory performing the analyses and then sent to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). The NJDEP notifies local health agencies when a well within their jurisdiction is tested under the PWTA. The data from the PWTA are used by NJDEP to assess the quality of the water from private wells throughout the state.</WHAT_DOING>
    1616        <SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>If your drinking water comes from a private well, you are responsible for testing. The NJDEP recommends that you use a laboratory that is NJDEP-certified. You can call the NJDEP Office of Quality Assurance at (609) 292-3950 for information on laboratories certified to test drinking water or look for the information online at: [https://www13.state.nj.us/DataMiner] using the "Search by Category" option, select "Certified Laboratories", and search for "Certified Drinking Water Labs", "PWTA Laboratories Certified for Sampling", or "Laboratories Certified by Parameter".
     
    2424[http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC]
    2525
    26 NJDEP, A South Jersey Homeowner's Guide to Radioactivity in Drinking Water, [http://www.nj.gov/dep/rpp/rms/agreedown/radwater.pdf]
    27 
    28 NJDOH, Drinking Water Facts: Private Wells,
    29 [http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/eohap/pw_faq.pdf]
     26NJDOH Drinking Water Facts: Private Wells,
     27[https://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/pw_faq.pdf]
    3028
    3129NJDOH Drinking Water and Public Health Project,
    32 [http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/sanitation-safety/drinking-water-public-health/]</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
     30[http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/sanitation-safety/drinking-water-public-health/]
     31
     32To inquire about New Jersey well permitting and regulation, contact the NJDEP Division of Water Supply at (609) 984-6831.
     33
     34For information on federal drinking water regulations, and other water safety issues, contact the United States Environmental Protection Agency Safe Drinking Water Hotline at (800) 426-4791.</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
    3335        <ORG_UNIT_NAME>CEHS_EPHT</ORG_UNIT_NAME>
    3436        <OWNER_USER_ID>bgoun</OWNER_USER_ID>
    3537        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
    36         <STATUS_DATE>08/25/2017</STATUS_DATE>
     38        <STATUS_DATE>03/03/2020</STATUS_DATE>
    3739        <NOTE>7-6-16, Started using PWTA map page data.  Edits from Jessie &amp; Nick. Approved by Sherry, 7-14-16, BDG
    38 8-24-17 made links hot, BDG.</NOTE>
     408-24-17 made links hot, BDG.
     413/3/20-REO received updated data from Nick Procopio.  DEP would like all years of data represented on the portal and not just the most recent 5-year window.</NOTE>
    3942        <SORT_ORDER>402</SORT_ORDER>
    4043        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    41         <MODIFIED_DATE>08/25/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     44        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    4245        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    43         <PUBLISHED_DATE>08/25/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     46        <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    4447        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
    4548                <MODIFIED_DATE></MODIFIED_DATE>
     
    8588                        <TITLE>Gross Alpha in Private Wells,</TITLE>
    8689                        <SUB_TITLE>Percent of Tested Wells Exceeding MCL, by County,</SUB_TITLE>
    87                         <PERIOD_TITLE>Sept 2002 - April 2014</PERIOD_TITLE>
     90                        <PERIOD_TITLE>September 2002 through December 2018</PERIOD_TITLE>
    8891                        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells Exceeding MCL</Y_TITLE>
    8992                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/MercuryPW.County.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    99        <SUB_TITLE>Percent of Tested Wells Exceeding MCL, by County,</SUB_TITLE>
    1010        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells Exceeding MCL</Y_TITLE>
    11         <PERIOD_TITLE>Sept 2002 - April 2014</PERIOD_TITLE>
     11        <PERIOD_TITLE>September 2002 through December 2018</PERIOD_TITLE>
    1212        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    1313        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     
    1616        <DATA_NOTE>Mercury testing of private wells is required in these nine NJ counties under the NJ Private Well Testing Act.  Denominator is the number of tested private wells.
    1717
    18 Data Source:  NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Supply and Geoscience, and Division of Science, Research, and Environmental Health, Private Well Testing Act Data Summary page, 
    19 [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC], obtained on July 6, 2016.</DATA_NOTE>
     18Data Source:  NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Supply and Geoscience, and Division of Science, Research, and Environmental Health, obtained on March 2, 2020.</DATA_NOTE>
    2019        <SORT_ORDER>1</SORT_ORDER>
    2120        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    22         <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    23         <MODIFIED_DATE>08/24/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     21        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: ropiekun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
     22        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    2423        <DATA_SOURCES/>
    2524        <DATASET_SERIES name="None">
     
    232231                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    233232                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>1</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    234                         <VALUE>1.7</VALUE>
    235                         <DENOMINATOR>4,995</DENOMINATOR>
     233                        <VALUE>1.8</VALUE>
     234                        <NUMERATOR>117</NUMERATOR>
     235                        <DENOMINATOR>6350</DENOMINATOR>
    236236                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    237237                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    243243                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>13</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    244244                        <VALUE>0.0</VALUE>
    245                         <DENOMINATOR>4,613</DENOMINATOR>
     245                        <NUMERATOR>1</NUMERATOR>
     246                        <DENOMINATOR>6096</DENOMINATOR>
    246247                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    247248                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    252253                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    253254                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>15</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    254                         <VALUE>0.2</VALUE>
    255                         <DENOMINATOR>5,598</DENOMINATOR>
     255                        <VALUE>0.3</VALUE>
     256                        <NUMERATOR>19</NUMERATOR>
     257                        <DENOMINATOR>7276</DENOMINATOR>
    256258                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    257259                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    263265                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>17</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    264266                        <VALUE>0.5</VALUE>
    265                         <DENOMINATOR>2,879</DENOMINATOR>
     267                        <NUMERATOR>18</NUMERATOR>
     268                        <DENOMINATOR>3843</DENOMINATOR>
    266269                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    267270                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    273276                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>3</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    274277                        <VALUE>0.4</VALUE>
    275                         <DENOMINATOR>7,528</DENOMINATOR>
     278                        <NUMERATOR>40</NUMERATOR>
     279                        <DENOMINATOR>9435</DENOMINATOR>
     280                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     281                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     282                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="MercuryPW.County" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="30">
     283                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>MercuryPW.County</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     284                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     285                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     286                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     287                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>30</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     288                        <VALUE>0.89</VALUE>
     289                        <NUMERATOR>496</NUMERATOR>
     290                        <DENOMINATOR>55502</DENOMINATOR>
    276291                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    277292                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    282297                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    283298                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>4</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    284                         <VALUE>2.6</VALUE>
    285                         <DENOMINATOR>2,185</DENOMINATOR>
     299                        <VALUE>2.7</VALUE>
     300                        <NUMERATOR>73</NUMERATOR>
     301                        <DENOMINATOR>2726</DENOMINATOR>
    286302                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    287303                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    292308                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    293309                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>5</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    294                         <VALUE>0.1</VALUE>
    295                         <DENOMINATOR>5,015</DENOMINATOR>
     310                        <VALUE>0.2</VALUE>
     311                        <NUMERATOR>10</NUMERATOR>
     312                        <DENOMINATOR>6134</DENOMINATOR>
    296313                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    297314                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    302319                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    303320                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>6</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    304                         <VALUE>1.8</VALUE>
    305                         <DENOMINATOR>4,938</DENOMINATOR>
     321                        <VALUE>1.7</VALUE>
     322                        <NUMERATOR>111</NUMERATOR>
     323                        <DENOMINATOR>6558</DENOMINATOR>
    306324                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    307325                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    312330                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    313331                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>8</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    314                         <VALUE>1.7</VALUE>
    315                         <DENOMINATOR>5,690</DENOMINATOR>
     332                        <VALUE>1.5</VALUE>
     333                        <NUMERATOR>107</NUMERATOR>
     334                        <DENOMINATOR>7084</DENOMINATOR>
    316335                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    317336                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/MercuryPW.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    1010        <DENOMINATOR>Number of tested private wells in a specified period of time</DENOMINATOR>
    1111        <DATA_ISSUES>Nine southern New Jersey counties (Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth, Ocean, and Salem) are required by the New Jersey Private Well Testing Act (PWTA) to monitor for mercury.  All sampled wells are located within the Coastal Plain province. Less than one percent of the wells contained mercury levels above the drinking water maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 2 ug/l.  The source of mercury in these private wells is not clear.</DATA_ISSUES>
    12         <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>07/14/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     12        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    1313        <WHY_IMPORTANT>People may be exposed to mercury from a variety of sources, including drinking water.  Mercury, carried by wind and rain, is found throughout the environment mostly due to the release of naturally occurring mercury from rock and soil; burning of coal and oil that contains small amounts of mercury; release of mercury from metal smelters; and incineration of materials that contain mercury, such as batteries.  Too much mercury in the human body can cause serious damage to the brain, nervous system and kidneys. Young children and developing fetuses are at greatest risk for harmful effects of mercury.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
    14         <HOW_DOING>Between September 2002 and April 2014, less than 1% of 43,441 private wells in New Jersey tested for mercury exceeded the MCL of 2 micrograms per liter.  Mercury exceedances were most commonly found in Camden (2.6% of wells), Cumberland (1.8% of wells), Atlantic (1.7% of wells) and Gloucester (1.7% of wells) Counties.  Online maps showing mercury exceedances are available at the county level, municipal level, and for 2 mile by 2 mile grids from NJDEP, [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC]</HOW_DOING>
     14        <HOW_DOING>Between September 2002 and December 2018, less than 1% of 55,502 private wells in New Jersey tested for mercury exceeded the MCL of 2 micrograms per liter.  Mercury exceedances were most commonly found in Camden (2.7% of wells), Atlantic (1.8% of wells), Cumberland (1.7% of wells) and Gloucester (1.5% of wells) Counties.  Online maps showing mercury exceedances are available at the county level, municipal level, and for 2 mile by 2 mile grids from NJDEP, [http://arcg.is/1CPkHyC].</HOW_DOING>
    1515        <WHAT_DOING>The New Jersey Private Well Testing Act (N.J.S.A. 58:12A-26 et seq.) became effective in September 2002. The PWTA requires the buyer or the seller of a property to test untreated well water prior to the sale and review the results prior the closing of title. It also requires landlords to test the private well water supplied to their tenants every five years and provide their tenants with a written copy of the results. The data generated by this program are provided to the homeowners by the laboratory performing the analyses and then sent to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). The NJDEP notifies local health agencies when a well within their jurisdiction is tested under the PWTA. The data from the PWTA are used by NJDEP to assess the quality of the water from private wells throughout the state.</WHAT_DOING>
    1616        <SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>If your drinking water comes from a private well, you are responsible for testing. The NJDEP recommends that you use a laboratory that is NJDEP-certified. You can call the NJDEP Office of Quality Assurance at (609) 292-3950 for information on laboratories certified to test drinking water or look for the information online at: [https://www13.state.nj.us/DataMiner] using the "Search by Category" option, select "Certified Laboratories", and search for "Certified Drinking Water Labs", "PWTA Laboratories Certified for Sampling", or "Laboratories Certified by Parameter".
     
    2525
    2626NJDOH Drinking Water Facts: Private Wells,
    27 [http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/eohap/pw_faq.pdf]
     27[https://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/pw_faq.pdf]
    2828
    2929NJDOH Drinking Water and Public Health Project,
    30 [http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/sanitation-safety/drinking-water-public-health/]</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
     30[http://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/sanitation-safety/drinking-water-public-health/]
     31
     32To inquire about New Jersey well permitting and regulation, contact the NJDEP Division of Water Supply at (609) 984-6831.
     33
     34For information on federal drinking water regulations, and other water safety issues, contact the United States Environmental Protection Agency Safe Drinking Water Hotline at (800) 426-4791.</SERVICES_AVAILABLE_TO_PUBLIC>
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    3236        <OWNER_USER_ID>bgoun</OWNER_USER_ID>
    3337        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
    34         <STATUS_DATE>08/25/2017</STATUS_DATE>
     38        <STATUS_DATE>03/03/2020</STATUS_DATE>
    3539        <NOTE>7-7-16, BDG started using PWTA map page data.  Added edits from Nick P 7-14-16, BDG
    36 8-24-17, made links hot, BDG</NOTE>
     408-24-17, made links hot, BDG
     413/3/20 - REO received current data from Nick Procopio.  DEP wants to see all years displayed and not just the most recent 5-years of data.</NOTE>
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    39         <MODIFIED_DATE>08/25/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     44        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    4045        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    41         <PUBLISHED_DATE>08/25/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     46        <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    4247        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
    4348                <MODIFIED_DATE></MODIFIED_DATE>
     
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    8691                        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells Exceeding MCL</Y_TITLE>
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    20         <MODIFIED_DATE>08/23/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     19        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: ropiekun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
     20        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
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    289                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    290                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    291                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="19">
    292                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    293                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    294                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    295                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    296                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>19</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    297                         <VALUE>2.1</VALUE>
    298                         <NUMERATOR>61</NUMERATOR>
    299                         <DENOMINATOR>2886</DENOMINATOR>
    300                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    301                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    302                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="2">
    303                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    304                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    305                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    306                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    307                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>2</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    308                         <VALUE>11.6</VALUE>
    309                         <NUMERATOR>110</NUMERATOR>
    310                         <DENOMINATOR>950</DENOMINATOR>
    311                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    312                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    313                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="20">
    314                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    315                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    316                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    317                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    318                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>20</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    319                         <VALUE>0</VALUE>
    320                         <NUMERATOR>0</NUMERATOR>
    321                         <DENOMINATOR>18</DENOMINATOR>
    322                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    323                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    324                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="21">
    325                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    326                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    327                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    328                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    329                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>21</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    330                         <VALUE>2.0</VALUE>
    331                         <NUMERATOR>37</NUMERATOR>
    332                         <DENOMINATOR>1846</DENOMINATOR>
     376                        <DENOMINATOR>3533</DENOMINATOR>
     377                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     378                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     379                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="3">
     380                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     381                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     382                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     383                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     384                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>3</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     385                        <VALUE>0.0</VALUE>
     386                        <NUMERATOR>0</NUMERATOR>
     387                        <DENOMINATOR>35</DENOMINATOR>
     388                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     389                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     390                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="30">
     391                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     392                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     393                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     394                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     395                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>30</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     396                        <VALUE>8.2</VALUE>
     397                        <NUMERATOR>4110</NUMERATOR>
     398                        <DENOMINATOR>49404</DENOMINATOR>
     399                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     400                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     401                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="4">
     402                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     403                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     404                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     405                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     406                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>4</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     407                        <VALUE>**</VALUE>
     408                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     409                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     410                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="5">
     411                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     412                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     413                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     414                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     415                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>5</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     416                        <VALUE>0.0</VALUE>
     417                        <NUMERATOR>0</NUMERATOR>
     418                        <DENOMINATOR>13</DENOMINATOR>
     419                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     420                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     421                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="6">
     422                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     423                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     424                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     425                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     426                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>6</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     427                        <VALUE>0.0</VALUE>
     428                        <NUMERATOR>0</NUMERATOR>
     429                        <DENOMINATOR>112</DENOMINATOR>
    333430                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    334431                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    339436                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    340437                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>7</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    341                         <VALUE>13.6</VALUE>
    342                         <NUMERATOR>6</NUMERATOR>
    343                         <DENOMINATOR>44</DENOMINATOR>
     438                        <VALUE>13.1</VALUE>
     439                        <NUMERATOR>23</NUMERATOR>
     440                        <DENOMINATOR>175</DENOMINATOR>
     441                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     442                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     443                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="8">
     444                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     445                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     446                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     447                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     448                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>8</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     449                        <VALUE>0.0</VALUE>
     450                        <NUMERATOR>0</NUMERATOR>
     451                        <DENOMINATOR>83</DENOMINATOR>
     452                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     453                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     454                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Arsenic" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="9">
     455                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     456                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     457                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     458                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     459                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>9</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     460                        <VALUE>**</VALUE>
    344461                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    345462                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/PrivWell.Nitrate.xml

    r16914 r19942  
    99        <SUB_TITLE>Percent of Tested Wells Exceeding MCL, by County,</SUB_TITLE>
    1010        <Y_TITLE>Percent of Wells Exceeding Nitrate MCL</Y_TITLE>
    11         <PERIOD_TITLE>January 2011 through December 2015</PERIOD_TITLE>
     11        <PERIOD_TITLE>September 2002 through December 2018</PERIOD_TITLE>
    1212        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    1313        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    1414        <VALUE_TYPE_NAME>Default</VALUE_TYPE_NAME>
    1515        <TARGET_VALUE>-1</TARGET_VALUE>
     16        <DATA_NOTE>**Results by county are suppressed when the number of tested wells was less than 10.  Denominator is the number of tested private wells.
     17
     18Data Source:  NJ Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Supply and Geoscience, and Division of Science, Research, and Environmental Health, obtained on March 2, 2020.</DATA_NOTE>
    1619        <NOTE>old map: /doh-shad/image/indicatormaps/NitPrivTest.jpg</NOTE>
    1720        <SORT_ORDER>1</SORT_ORDER>
    1821        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    19         <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: mbaron</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    20         <MODIFIED_DATE>09/27/2017</MODIFIED_DATE>
     22        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: ropiekun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
     23        <MODIFIED_DATE>03/03/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    2124        <DATA_SOURCES/>
    2225        <DATASET_SERIES name="None">
     
    229232                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    230233                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>1</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    231                         <VALUE>3.5</VALUE>
    232                         <NUMERATOR>69</NUMERATOR>
    233                         <DENOMINATOR>1964</DENOMINATOR>
     234                        <VALUE>3.2</VALUE>
     235                        <NUMERATOR>201</NUMERATOR>
     236                        <DENOMINATOR>6350</DENOMINATOR>
    234237                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    235238                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    241244                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>10</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    242245                        <VALUE>0.7</VALUE>
     246                        <NUMERATOR>81</NUMERATOR>
     247                        <DENOMINATOR>10878</DENOMINATOR>
     248                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     249                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     250                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="11">
     251                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     252                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     253                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     254                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     255                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>11</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     256                        <VALUE>1.6</VALUE>
     257                        <NUMERATOR>47</NUMERATOR>
     258                        <DENOMINATOR>2968</DENOMINATOR>
     259                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     260                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     261                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="12">
     262                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     263                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     264                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     265                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     266                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>12</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     267                        <VALUE>3.2</VALUE>
     268                        <NUMERATOR>31</NUMERATOR>
     269                        <DENOMINATOR>954</DENOMINATOR>
     270                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     271                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     272                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="13">
     273                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     274                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     275                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     276                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     277                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>13</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     278                        <VALUE>0.5</VALUE>
     279                        <NUMERATOR>29</NUMERATOR>
     280                        <DENOMINATOR>6097</DENOMINATOR>
     281                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     282                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     283                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="14">
     284                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     285                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     286                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     287                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     288                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>14</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     289                        <VALUE>1.9</VALUE>
     290                        <NUMERATOR>198</NUMERATOR>
     291                        <DENOMINATOR>10320</DENOMINATOR>
     292                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     293                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     294                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="15">
     295                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     296                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     297                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     298                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     299                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>15</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     300                        <VALUE>0.6</VALUE>
     301                        <NUMERATOR>43</NUMERATOR>
     302                        <DENOMINATOR>7276</DENOMINATOR>
     303                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     304                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     305                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="16">
     306                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     307                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     308                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     309                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
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     311                        <VALUE>4.0</VALUE>
     312                        <NUMERATOR>189</NUMERATOR>
     313                        <DENOMINATOR>4684</DENOMINATOR>
     314                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
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     318                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     319                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     320                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
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     322                        <VALUE>10.1</VALUE>
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     324                        <DENOMINATOR>3843</DENOMINATOR>
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     328                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
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     333                        <VALUE>0.4</VALUE>
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    244                         <DENOMINATOR>3770</DENOMINATOR>
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    249                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    250                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    251                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    252                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>11</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    253                         <VALUE>1.8</VALUE>
    254                         <NUMERATOR>20</NUMERATOR>
    255                         <DENOMINATOR>1122</DENOMINATOR>
    256                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
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    258                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="12">
    259                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    260                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    261                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    262                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    263                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>12</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    264                         <VALUE>4.7</VALUE>
    265                         <NUMERATOR>12</NUMERATOR>
    266                         <DENOMINATOR>257</DENOMINATOR>
    267                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
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    269                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="13">
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    271                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    272                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    273                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    274                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>13</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    275                         <VALUE>0.6</VALUE>
    276                         <NUMERATOR>13</NUMERATOR>
    277                         <DENOMINATOR>2206</DENOMINATOR>
    278                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
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    280                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="14">
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    282                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    283                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    284                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    285                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>14</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    286                         <VALUE>1.3</VALUE>
    287                         <NUMERATOR>46</NUMERATOR>
    288                         <DENOMINATOR>3534</DENOMINATOR>
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    291                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="15">
    292                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    293                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    294                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    295                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    296                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>15</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    297                         <VALUE>0.4</VALUE>
    298                         <NUMERATOR>9</NUMERATOR>
    299                         <DENOMINATOR>2167</DENOMINATOR>
    300                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    301                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    302                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="16">
    303                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    304                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    305                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    306                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    307                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>16</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    308                         <VALUE>2.8</VALUE>
    309                         <NUMERATOR>40</NUMERATOR>
    310                         <DENOMINATOR>1449</DENOMINATOR>
    311                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    312                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    313                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="17">
    314                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    315                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    316                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    317                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    318                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>17</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    319                         <VALUE>11.2</VALUE>
    320                         <NUMERATOR>167</NUMERATOR>
    321                         <DENOMINATOR>1493</DENOMINATOR>
    322                         <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    323                 </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
    324                 <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="PrivWell.Nitrate" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="GeoCnty" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="18">
    325                         <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    326                         <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    327                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>GeoCnty</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
    328                         <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    329                         <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>18</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    330                         <VALUE>0.6</VALUE>
    331                         <NUMERATOR>12</NUMERATOR>
    332                         <DENOMINATOR>2094</DENOMINATOR>
     335                        <DENOMINATOR>6031</DENOMINATOR>
    333336                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    334337                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    339342                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    340343                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>19</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    341                         <VALUE>2.1</VALUE>
    342                         <NUMERATOR>62</NUMERATOR>
    343                         <DENOMINATOR>2885</DENOMINATOR>
     344                        <VALUE>3.4</VALUE>
     345                        <NUMERATOR>383</NUMERATOR>
     346                        <DENOMINATOR>11151</DENOMINATOR>
    344347                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    345348                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    350353                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    351354                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>2</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    352                         <VALUE>0.3</VALUE>
    353                         <NUMERATOR>3</NUMERATOR>
    354                         <DENOMINATOR>950</DENOMINATOR>
     355                        <VALUE>0.5</VALUE>
     356                        <NUMERATOR>15</NUMERATOR>
     357                        <DENOMINATOR>2805</DENOMINATOR>
    355358                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    356359                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    361364                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    362365                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>20</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    363                         <VALUE>0</VALUE>
    364                         <NUMERATOR>0</NUMERATOR>
    365                         <DENOMINATOR>18</DENOMINATOR>
     366                        <VALUE>1.4</VALUE>
     367                        <NUMERATOR>1</NUMERATOR>
     368                        <DENOMINATOR>71</DENOMINATOR>
    366369                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    367370                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    372375                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    373376                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>21</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    374                         <VALUE>2.0</VALUE>
    375                         <NUMERATOR>36</NUMERATOR>
    376                         <DENOMINATOR>1846</DENOMINATOR>
     377                        <VALUE>2.3</VALUE>
     378                        <NUMERATOR>124</NUMERATOR>
     379                        <DENOMINATOR>5466</DENOMINATOR>
    377380                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    378381                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    384387                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>3</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    385388                        <VALUE>1.5</VALUE>
    386                         <NUMERATOR>47</NUMERATOR>
    387                         <DENOMINATOR>3190</DENOMINATOR>
     389                        <NUMERATOR>139</NUMERATOR>
     390                        <DENOMINATOR>9435</DENOMINATOR>
    388391                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    389392                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    394397                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    395398                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>4</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    396                         <VALUE>2.0</VALUE>
    397                         <NUMERATOR>16</NUMERATOR>
    398                         <DENOMINATOR>798</DENOMINATOR>
     399                        <VALUE>1.8</VALUE>
     400                        <NUMERATOR>49</NUMERATOR>
     401                        <DENOMINATOR>2726</DENOMINATOR>
    399402                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    400403                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    405408                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    406409                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>5</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    407                         <VALUE>2.4</VALUE>
    408                         <NUMERATOR>45</NUMERATOR>
    409                         <DENOMINATOR>1913</DENOMINATOR>
     410                        <VALUE>2.5</VALUE>
     411                        <NUMERATOR>156</NUMERATOR>
     412                        <DENOMINATOR>6134</DENOMINATOR>
    410413                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    411414                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    416419                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    417420                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>6</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    418                         <VALUE>16.0</VALUE>
    419                         <NUMERATOR>384</NUMERATOR>
    420                         <DENOMINATOR>2405</DENOMINATOR>
     421                        <VALUE>14.3</VALUE>
     422                        <NUMERATOR>939</NUMERATOR>
     423                        <DENOMINATOR>6558</DENOMINATOR>
    421424                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    422425                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    427430                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    428431                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>7</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    429                         <VALUE>0</VALUE>
    430                         <NUMERATOR>0</NUMERATOR>
    431                         <DENOMINATOR>44</DENOMINATOR>
     432                        <VALUE>0.6</VALUE>
     433                        <NUMERATOR>1</NUMERATOR>
     434                        <DENOMINATOR>175</DENOMINATOR>
    432435                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    433436                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     
    438441                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    439442                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>8</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    440                         <VALUE>2.8</VALUE>
    441                         <NUMERATOR>65</NUMERATOR>
    442                         <DENOMINATOR>2303</DENOMINATOR>
     443                        <VALUE>3.2</VALUE>
     444                        <NUMERATOR>229</NUMERATOR>
     445                        <DENOMINATOR>7085</DENOMINATOR>
    443446                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    444447                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/published_profiles.xml

    r19877 r19942  
    702702                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>NoCWSbyMeanAs</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    703703        </INDICATOR>
    704         <INDICATOR NAME="EPHTPrivWellArsenic">
    705                 <NAME>EPHTPrivWellArsenic</NAME>
    706                 <TITLE>Arsenic in Private Wells</TITLE>
    707                 <PUBLISHED_DATE>08/24/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    708                 <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>11/16/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    709                 <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    710         </INDICATOR>
    711704        <INDICATOR NAME="NJEPHTWaterDBP">
    712705                <NAME>NJEPHTWaterDBP</NAME>
     
    723716                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>QualityWater.Quality</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    724717        </INDICATOR>
    725         <INDICATOR NAME="FecColifrmPW">
    726                 <NAME>FecColifrmPW</NAME>
    727                 <TITLE>Fecal Coliform or E. coli in Private Wells</TITLE>
    728                 <PUBLISHED_DATE>09/27/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    729                 <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>07/14/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    730                 <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FecColifrmPW.County</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    731         </INDICATOR>
    732         <INDICATOR NAME="GrossAlphaPW">
    733                 <NAME>GrossAlphaPW</NAME>
    734                 <TITLE>Gross Alpha in Private Wells</TITLE>
    735                 <PUBLISHED_DATE>08/25/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    736                 <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>07/14/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    737                 <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    738         </INDICATOR>
    739         <INDICATOR NAME="MercuryPW">
    740                 <NAME>MercuryPW</NAME>
    741                 <TITLE>Mercury in Private Wells</TITLE>
    742                 <PUBLISHED_DATE>08/25/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    743                 <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>07/14/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    744                 <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>MercuryPW.County</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    745         </INDICATOR>
    746718        <INDICATOR NAME="NJEPHTWaterNitrate">
    747719                <NAME>NJEPHTWaterNitrate</NAME>
     
    751723                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>NoCWSbyMeanNit</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    752724        </INDICATOR>
    753         <INDICATOR NAME="EPHTPrivWellNitrate">
    754                 <NAME>EPHTPrivWellNitrate</NAME>
    755                 <TITLE>Nitrate in Private Wells</TITLE>
    756                 <PUBLISHED_DATE>09/28/2017</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    757                 <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>11/16/2016</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    758                 <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    759         </INDICATOR>
    760725        <INDICATOR NAME="PrivateWell">
    761726                <NAME>PrivateWell</NAME>
     
    16471612                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>MelanomaDth.Trend</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    16481613        </INDICATOR>
    1649         <LAST_MODIFIED>02/07/2020</LAST_MODIFIED>
    16501614        <INDICATOR NAME="Obese">
    16511615                <NAME>Obese</NAME>
     
    16551619                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>Obese.NewTrend</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    16561620        </INDICATOR>
     1621        <INDICATOR NAME="EPHTPrivWellArsenic">
     1622                <NAME>EPHTPrivWellArsenic</NAME>
     1623                <TITLE>Arsenic in Private Wells</TITLE>
     1624                <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     1625                <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     1626                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Arsenic</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     1627        </INDICATOR>
     1628        <INDICATOR NAME="FecColifrmPW">
     1629                <NAME>FecColifrmPW</NAME>
     1630                <TITLE>Fecal Coliform or E. coli in Private Wells</TITLE>
     1631                <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     1632                <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     1633                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FecColifrmPW.County</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     1634        </INDICATOR>
     1635        <INDICATOR NAME="GrossAlphaPW">
     1636                <NAME>GrossAlphaPW</NAME>
     1637                <TITLE>Gross Alpha in Private Wells</TITLE>
     1638                <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     1639                <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     1640                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>GrossAlphaPW.County</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     1641        </INDICATOR>
     1642        <INDICATOR NAME="MercuryPW">
     1643                <NAME>MercuryPW</NAME>
     1644                <TITLE>Mercury in Private Wells</TITLE>
     1645                <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     1646                <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     1647                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>MercuryPW.County</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     1648        </INDICATOR>
     1649        <LAST_MODIFIED>03/03/2020</LAST_MODIFIED>
     1650        <INDICATOR NAME="EPHTPrivWellNitrate">
     1651                <NAME>EPHTPrivWellNitrate</NAME>
     1652                <TITLE>Nitrate in Private Wells</TITLE>
     1653                <PUBLISHED_DATE>03/03/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     1654                <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>03/03/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     1655                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>PrivWell.Nitrate</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     1656        </INDICATOR>
    16571657</INDICATORS>
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