ASDWA chief presents current status of Safe Drinking Water Act

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Download of PowerPoint presentation available on ASDWA web site

Aug. 7, 2002 -- The Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) has made available for download a primer in PowerPoint, which provides an overview of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) legislation and implementation.

The PowerPoint presentation, which can be downloaded free from ASDWA's web site at http://www.asdwa.org/docs/powerpoint/RUS73102.ppt provides a reference summary and includes current updates on the infrastructure and security measures.

The presentation was delivered at the RUS and RHS/CP 2002 Annual Conference July 31.


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