EPA Chief Says All 50 States Following Lead Drinking Water Rule: All 50 states told the Environmental Protection Agency they're in line with federal standards for implementing the Lead and Copper Rule for drinking water in the wake of the crisis in Flint. In a letter to state regulators Thursday, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said the agency received responses from all 5
- Webinar, July 12 on “Decentralized Wastewater Systems & Management,” sponsored by IHS headquarters.
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Many thanks to all those that participated in the NYRWA 37th Annual Training Workshop & Exhibition this past week in Lake Placid, NY. Your support is greatly appreciated and we hope you all made it home safely. Our sincere sympathy goes out to Jim Mina's family and coworkers at Kimbernick Sales, Inc. Arrangements have been made for Sunday, May 22nd from 2-4 & 7-9 pm at St. James Funeral Home, 829 Middle Country Rd., St. James, NY 11780 (631) 584-5200.
The New York State Department of Health is releasing two funding opportunities to support counties, cities, towns, or villages (municipalities), which own their public water system and water supply, including public authorities, for costs related to the construction, installation, repair, replacement, or upgrade of fluoride equipment in drinking water facilities.
Today, based on the latest science on two chemical contaminants called PFOA and PFOS, EPA is releasing drinking water health advisories to provide the most up-to-date information on the health risks of these chemicals.
On May 26, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. EST, Rural Water Impact will be hosting a webinar, titled Websites: Your Utilities Workhorse for Customer Communications. Sit in on this webinar and find ways to better communicate with your customers.