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GAO Report Says EPA Should Share More Lead Service Line Information

GAO Report Says EPA Should Share More Lead Service Line Information

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a report today on how data about lead service lines are being shared.  GAO...

EPA Announces New Grant Program for States for Lead Testing in Schools and Childcare Programs

EPA Announces New Grant Program for States for Lead Testing in Schools and Childcare Programs

Today (9/21), EPA announced a new grant program for lead testing in schools and child care programs. Authorized under the...

Hurricane Florence Impacts Persist Across the Carolinas

Hurricane Florence Impacts Persist Across the Carolinas

Impacts from Hurricane Florence continue to be felt across both North and South Carolina.  Governors in both states continue to...

Water and Power Security Interests Come Together

Water and Power Security Interests Come Together

On Thursday, September 19, EPA’s Water Security Division hosted a Water Sector Power and Black Sky Resilience Summit in Northern...

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ASDWA Reports: Impacts to State Resources


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Costs of States’ Transactions Study [CoSTS]
(April 2018)

EPA is evaluating several options for potential Long-Term Revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule (LT-LCR). EPA presented several options at a Federalism Consultation briefing on January 8, 2018, and requested comments by March 8, 2018. ASDWA conducted this Costs of States’ Transactions Study (CoSTS) as part of its comment development process for these regulatory options. The detailed spreadsheets included in this study calculate the estimated hours for the five categories of regulatory options presented at the January 8th meeting, plus an additional category for “Regulatory Start-Up”.


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Insufficient Resources for State Drinking Water Programs Threaten Public Health (December 2013)

As the public health risks posed by drinking water contaminants and other constituents of concern become more complex and pressing, state program responsibilities for adequately managing sources of drinking water, overseeing the treatment of drinking water, and supervising water systems all increase. In 2013, ASDWA produced this report to intertwine the public health protection mission and responsibilities of state drinking water programs with a funding needs assessment and analysis of outcomes should inadequate funding be provided.

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The Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) is the professional Association serving state drinking water programs. Formed in 1984 to address a growing need for state administrators to have national representation, ASDWA has become a respected voice for state primacy agents with Congress, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and other professional organizations.

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Keeping Water at the Top of Everyone’s Mind

One of the most important roles ASDWA has is to make sure no one stops thinking about water. Whether that means spending time on the Hill to speak with Congressional staff about drinking water issues, or expanding the reach of our communications to the public by way of social media, ASDWA is constantly working to advance our message of public health protection on behalf of our members. Having safe drinking water is taken for granted by many, so ASDWA continually emphasizes drinking water’s importance for public health and for the economy.

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