EPA Plans Sessions on Source Water Protection

A series of interactive Webcasts designed to allow owners and operators of drinking water utilities to share experiences with source water protection is being sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency.

A series of interactive Webcasts designed to allow owners and operators of drinking water utilities to share experiences with source water protection is being sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency.

The first Webcast, “Source Water Protection: Monitoring and Data Sharing,” was aired in January and covered issues including real-time reporting, water monitoring, emerging contaminants, source water protection plans and data sharing. Webcasts on land development and growth and collaborative communication and regulatory and non-regulatory tools will air on February 22 and March 22, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern Time.

Registration must be made in advance to participate in the Webcasts. Participants will need a telephone and a computer with an Internet connection. Complete instructions will be provided upon registration. To register visit EPA’s Drinking Water Academy Training Calendar at: http://www.epa.gov/safewater/dwa/calendar.html.

The site also contains links to information about speakers and specific presentation topics. For those who can’t participate in the live discussion, recorded Webcasts are available for public viewing after the initial broadcast.

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