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New Webinar Series on Lead Service Line Replacement

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The Lead Service Line Replacement Collaborative has just announced a series of webinars for 2018 to cover topics crucial to building and implementing successful lead service line replacement programs.  The first webinar is April 25 and provides information about the Collaboratives’ Web Toolkit.  See more details and registration information below:

Collaborating to Replace lead Service Lines: What You Need to Know from the Web Toolkit

Registration:  https://lslrc-whatyouneedtoknow.eventbrite.com

Date: April 25, 2018

Time: 3PM EDT – 4PM EDT

Webinar Description:

Lead service line (LSL) replacement is not a simple task. The LSL Replacement Collaborative has developed an online toolkit to help communities across the United States develop and implement replacement programs.

This webinar – the first in a series of 6 webinars hosted by the LSL Replacement Collaborative – will provide an overview of the tools, examples, and types of information available on the Collaborative website. Whether you are a community leader, a public health professional, a drinking water professional, an elected leader, or a concerned consumer, this website has the answers – or can point you to the answers. “What You Need to Know from the Web Toolkit” will provide a deep dive into the online toolkit with the goal of motivating participants to make the most of these resources in their efforts to develop and implement LSL replacement initiatives.

Speakers:

  • Lynn Thorp, National Campaigns Director, Clean Water Action
  • Stephanie Schlea, Manager of Regulatory and Scientific Affairs, Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies
  • Sam Lovell, Health Project Specialist, Environmental Defense Fund

This webinar and future events sponsored or supported by ASDWA are also available on ASDWA’s Events Webpage.  For additional resources on lead service line replacement visit the LSLR Collaborative webpage.