May 31, 2013
Mark your calendars and save the date! October 9 is the date for ASDWA’s webinar on ways to collaborate, based on practical state experiences, between source water protection and capacity development programs:
Title: Capacity Development and Source Water Protection Collaboration
Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (ET)
- Purpose: This webinar will explore opportunities for state drinking water capacity development and source water protection program coordinators to work together to help their water systems achieve compliance, prevent MCL exceedances, and protect public health.
- Target Audience: State and EPA Regional capacity development and source water protection coordinators, technical assistance providers, and any other interested stakeholders are encouraged to attend. Registration is free and open to anyone who wishes to attend.
- What You Will Learn: Participants will learn how two states are collaborating to use both their source water protection and capacity development programs to benefit small water systems. Source water protection aligns well with capacity development efforts in the areas of: enhanced compliance; increased resiliency; cost savings from monitoring waivers and filtration variances; and for potential offsets to additional treatment costs for particular contaminants or problems with the water supply.
For more information and to register: Stay tuned, ASDWA will provide registration information and more details this summer!