Winter 2003 issue of free newsletter available on the web
The latest issue of Pipeline, a free National Small Flows Clearinghouse (NSFC) newsletter, is now online at www.nesc.wvu.edu/nsfc/nsfc_pipeline.htm.
MORGANTOWN, WV, March 31, 2003 -- The latest issue of Pipeline, a free National Small Flows Clearinghouse (NSFC) newsletter, is now online at www.nesc.wvu.edu/nsfc/nsfc_pipeline.htm.
Pipeline, a free publication of the National Small Flows Clearinghouse (NSFC) is written for a general audience, and each issue explains a wastewater technology or theme of interest to local officials and community residents. The articles are presented in an easy-to-read, non-technical style and each issue includes a list of contacts and resources.
"Preparing for the Unexpected: Vulnerability Assessment for Small Wastewater Systems" (Winter 2003, Item# SFPLNL32): The Winter, 2003 issue of Pipeline (Vol. 14, No. 1) provides guidelines for decision makers for the assessment of potential hazards, both natural and manmade, along with some specific countermeasures that can reduce vulnerability.
Included are suggestions for designing an appropriate emergency response plan and a list of funding sources for security measures. With a little planning and common sense, you can be better prepared for the unexpected.
Located at West Virginia University, the NSFC is a nonprofit organization funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to assist small communities with their wastewater concerns.
For more information, or to order a copy of this Pipeline issue (Item #SFPLNL32), call the NSFC at (800) 624-8301 or (304) 293-4191. To order by e-mail, send the name, address, phone number, and the quantity you wish to order to email@example.com.
The Pipeline newsletter may also be downloaded from NSFC's Web site, which is located at www.nsfc.wvu.edu.