WHAT SORT OF ADVICE WILL MY REPORT CONTAIN?
The WoF report is delivered following the 3-4 hour assessment.
The WOF report shows detail from each of the Risk Assessment Standards, application rate graphs, and other statistical information about the farm’s effluent systems.
The WOF report helps you understand all the requirements to make sure your system is fit for purpose and capable of being compliant 365 days a year, or can be used by 3rd parties such as banks, valuers, purchasers, or shareholders.
AREA OF RISK
WHY OF CONCERN
High Application depth
Average depth applied greater than allowed in WRC rules
Repair and maintain irrigation
Siphoning and ponding at first irrigator
Ponding can occur breaching WRC rules
Ensure irrigator is moving after pump turned on. Repair.
Sludge piles on unsealed surface
Leakage from the pile appeared to be going to drain, breaching WRC rules.
Place stone trap cleaning on a sealed surface that drains to the effluent system
Pump quite noisy
If it is not working well, irrigator performance may decrease. Risk of catastrophic failure & damage to pump and motor.
Have pump serviced or checked out
Camlocks fitted to drag hose in incorrect direction
The Camlock legs get damaged when line is moved, also they could catch and uncouple the hose while irrigating.
Re-fit the correct way so that the "legs" are not being pulled.