How water utilities can use best practices to prepare their service line inventory ahead of the EPA Deadline

Dec. 14, 2023
Unlock the keys to streamlined service line inventories and EPA compliance in our upcoming webinar with BlueConduit's Eric Schwartz. Learn from pioneering utilities on efficient lead service line replacement strategies, ensuring water quality and public confidence.

This webinar was originally held on December 14, 2023 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Duration: 1 Hour
Sponsor: Kasco Marine

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On October 16, 2024 water utilities across the United States must submit their service line materials inventory to comply with the EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule Revision.

The work of developing and maintaining a service line inventory is essential for asset management, lead service line replacement, tap water sampling, and public confidence.

Yet, this is not new. Established data management practices can be applied, free tools and technical assistance are available, and pioneering water utilities have shown the way forward to compliance without needing to pothole every home in your utility’s service area.

Attend this service line inventory prep webinar to hear from BlueConduit’s co-founder Eric Schwartz. Eric will provide the basics of data management to streamline and improve your service line inventory for replacement planning and overall EPA compliance. Eric and Mandy will also discuss the recent Lead and Copper Rule Improvements draft from the EPA, released November 30, 2023.  


Eric Schwartz
BlueConduit Co-Founder

Eric Schwartz, BlueConduit Co-Founder, is a professor of marketing at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. With over 10 years’ experience in data science and predictive modeling, he is a pioneer in the realm of predicting customer behavior. Recently, his focus has been on applying his expertise in data science for public good, beginning with work on water quality and infrastructure issues related to remediation efforts in Flint, MI. His efforts have been recognized by many as the standard for identifying LSLs.


Mandy Crispin

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