EPA 3T’s Webinar in September to Feature New York Department of Health

EPA will hold its next webinar in its series entitled, “Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools and Child Care Facilities,” on Wednesday, September 20th from 2:00pm to 3:00pm (eastern). This month’s webinar will feature a case study from the New York Department of Health. States, primacy agencies, schools, water systems, technical assistance providers and those seeking information about implementing a lead testing program for school drinking water are encouraged to attend. Register here.
EPA’s quarterly webinar series highlights examples of efforts to reduce lead in drinking water in schools and child care facilities. These webinars include a brief overview of lead in drinking water, along with information regarding where to find resources and perspectives from a state, water system and/or school. Presentations include: best practices, lessons learned, challenges, discussions on funding, procedures, and available resources.  View June’s webinar recording featuring Denver Water here.  For more information and to find the 3Ts toolkit and other resources for reducing lead in drinking water in schools using a training, testing, telling approach, to assist schools in implementing a voluntary lead testing program, go to EPA’s website.