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ASDWA CWA-SDWA Webinar: Creative Uses of Clean Water Funding for Drinking Water Benefits

The purpose of the webinar is to build on the efforts of ASDWA, ACWA, GWPC, and EPA to share and promote Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act (CWA-SDWA) coordination activities across state and EPA water programs. Learn how the Virginia and Washington Drinking Water Programs collaborated with their state Clean Water Programs and other partners to creatively use some non-traditional funding routes to benefit their drinking water utilities, including one very small and disadvantaged water system.

EPA’s Water Finance Clearinghouse

EPA's Water Finance Clearinghouse Original Broadcast: September 28, 2017 https://youtu.be/0cgGsiSphak The Water Finance Clearinghouse is an easily navigable web‐based portal to help communities locate information and resources that will assist them in making informed decisions for their drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure needs. The Water Finance Clearinghouse includes two searchable databases: one contains available
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ASDWA CWA-SDWA Webinar: Leveraging CWA 319 and SDWA Programs for Surface and Ground Water Quality Planning

The purpose of the webinar is to build on the efforts of ASDWA, the Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA), the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC), and EPA to share and promote Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act (CWA-SDWA) coordination activities across state and EPA water programs. State, interstate, tribal, and federal water programs, water utilities, technical assistance providers will learn how the Nebraska and Nevada state water programs coordinated with EPA and local communities to leverage the CWA 319 nonpoint source (NPS) program for surface and groundwater quality protection planning in drinking water supply areas.

Unlocking the Black Box – Exploring Turbidity Data Integrity at Water Treatment Plants

Unlocking the Black Box – Exploring Turbidity Data Integrity at Water Treatment Plants This webinar was broadcast on Jan 08, 2018 Slide Deck: Turbidity Data Integrity 1-8-18 Turbidity measurements are the single most important parameter used to determine that surface water treatment plants are working correctly and that the filters are removing potential pathogenic organisms from the
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Source Water Collaborative Learning Exchange Webinar Series: Conservation Grant Funding & Drinking Water Utilities: Partnering for Success

Learning Exchange Webinar Series “Conservation Funding & Drinking Water Utilities: Partnering for Success” Identifying and securing a source of funding and the right partners is often the biggest challenge to implementing source water protection. This webinar will showcase efforts of drinking water utilities and conservation groups who are partnering with farming operations and landowners to
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Opening Pandora’s Box – Disinfection Data Accuracy for Water Systems

Opening Pandora’s Box - Disinfection Data Accuracy for Water Systems This webinar was broadcast on January 22nd, 2018 Slide Deck: Evaluating the Integrity of Water System Monitoring In 2014 - 2015 the Washington State Department of Health conducted the Disinfection Data Integrity Project. The yearlong study investigated disinfection measurement, recording and reporting practices in 33 surface
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AASHTO-ASDWA Webinar: How State Highway and Drinking Water Programs Can Work Together for Mutual Benefits and Reduce Impacts from Road Salt

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Center for Environmental Excellence (CEE) and the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) are pleased to announce a free webinar entitled, “How State Highway and Drinking Water Programs Can Work Together for Mutual Benefits and Reduce Impacts from Road Salt.” The webinar will include an introduction from AASHTO, a brief presentation about ASDWA’s new handout and web page on the “Intersection of Roads and Drinking Water,” and feature presentations from representatives for each of the state programs in New Hampshire and Maryland, who will share how they work together, along with a few examples and some more specific information on best practices for road salt applications and impacts to drinking water. State drinking water program and state highway program personnel are encouraged to attend, along with anyone else who is interested and would like to participate.

TSCA Webinar Series: TSCA Overview (Webinar One)

TSCA Webinar Series: TSCA Overview (Webinar One) July 24th from 1:00 – 2:30 pm ET The first in a series of ASDWA webinars on the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA). In this webinar, speakers from EPA's Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics will highlight the key programs of TSCA with a particular focus on programs
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