10/17/2018 - #723: Regulation Insights
Senator James J. Rhoades Downtown Center
The ever-changing regulation requirements are often confusing and costly to small water utilities. Understanding the health effects caused by contaminants and the effect on the community's public health and welfare helps to clarify drinking water policies and regulations. This course is designed to provide an overview of the rule, the public benefits, critical deadlines and compliance requirements. The course will also cover how a monthly or Acute MCL Violation is triggered and how to meet the Public Notification and Reporting Requirements. Along with current standards, the six-year review of drinking water standards and the contaminant candidate list will be addressed. Understanding the reasoning and the logic behind a new regulation can help justify the cost associated with the monitoring and help to assure compliance.
Supplies, materials and lunch is included with registration.