Potable Water Quality

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New London, Connecticut lead service lane replacement breaks ground

Nov. 20, 2023
The City of New London’s Lead Service line Replacement Program will identify and eliminate lead service lines, with Arcadis serving as program manager.


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EPA releases initial nationwide monitoring data on 29 PFAS and Lithium

Aug. 18, 2023
First of 12 sets of data to be released through 2026, this information further builds upon EPA actions to address PFAS in drinking water.
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What to consider for the coming Lead and Copper Rule Improvements

Aug. 15, 2023
Jeff Swertfeger, water quality superintendent for the Greater Cincinnati Water Works, talks about considerations for finishing Lead Service Line Inventories, and the status of...
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Potable Water Quality

San Luis Obispo County, California to begin clean-up of PFAS in groundwater

Aug. 8, 2023
California’s Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board approved the first agreement requiring clean-up and abatement of PFAS contamination in groundwater to be ratified...
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Water Utility Management

How could the CCR rule changes affect utilities?

Aug. 7, 2023
Kelley Dearing Smith, VP of communications and marketing for Louisville Water, discusses how the U.S. EPA’s proposed changes for Consumer Confidence Reports could impact utilities...
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An anion exchange system can provide a smaller footprint and lower height, while requiring fewer lead-lag pairs of vessels for a similar lifecycle cost to GAC.

Removing PFAS from drinking water

Aug. 4, 2023
CDM Smith engineers present case studies on four different approaches to treating PFAS in drinking water.