Innovative Technologies for Decentralized and Small Systems
Water technology innovation can help address the nation’s pressing drinking water problems related to water quality, quantity, affordability, reliability, and security. Small systems are at a disadvantage due to a lack of resources and economies of scale. This webcast will focus on the WRF project, Streamlining Access and Approval of Technology for Small Systems and Private Wells (5147). Attendees will hear an overview of the project, presentations from vendors providing technology case studies (listed below), and a facilitated Q&A.
Date:  Tue, May 10, 2022
Start Time:  2:00 PM
Achieve and Maintain Compliance with the SDWA
Southeast Rural Community Assistance Program (SERCAP) and the Virginia Section of the American Water Works Association (VA AWWA) invite representatives of Small Community Water Systems (fewer than 10,000 persons served), to a FREE one-day workshop on Compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act.  
This FREE one-day workshop is offered to help your utility learn about compliance with drinking water regulations and steps to avoid those costly violations.  Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for all attendees have been applied for through DPOR for all Virginia Operators. 
The Virginia Department of Health Office of Drinking Water provides a Lead Elimination Assistance Program.