States and WARNs – Working Together Webinar Available

On December 17th, ASDWA’s Security Committee hosted a webinar to showcase how five states — California, Utah, New Hampshire, New York and Florida — support, interact with, and sustain their state’s WARN (Water/Wastewater Agencywide Response Network).  Representatives from state drinking water programs, EPA Regional and Headquarters staff, and all WARN Chairs were invited to join with ASDWA to explore the different approaches that can be used in support of state WARN programs.  More than 80 attendees learned about several different models of collaboration and partnership between state drinking water programs and state WARNs.
If you were not able to participate in the webinar, ASDWA has posted a recording of the event, a quick summary the discussions (including Q&A), and individual presentations on the Security Page of the ASDWA website at
ASDWA would like to extend a special “thanks” to our Security Committee Member presenters — Johnna McKenna (NH), Joe Crisologo (CA), Kim Dyches (UT), Bill Gilday (NY), and Ken Carter (FL) — for sharing how their respective states collaborate with and support the WARN program.  We’d also like to express appreciation for the support provided by EPA’s Water Security Division for this event.