Lead and Copper Compliance Assistance
120Water is a complete solution for successful drinking water programs. No matter where a water system is in its LCR Compliance journey, 120Water can help - from developing an assessment of a utility's situation to assisting in a multi-year compliance effort.
LCRR Resource: 120Water Executive Report
The world of water is shifting and evolving. Leaders in the water industry must recognize the impact of this shift and prepare their teams to meet the new challenges.
To fully understand the changing landscape, the team at 120Water sat down with industry executives across the country to discuss what they think is happening in the market and how to best prepare for the coming regulatory changes in the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR).
They compiled their insights into their 2021 Executive Report and are sharing the top recommendations for managing through a changing industry as well as suggestions for preparing your team for LCRR.
Webinar Revision Review 101: Tackling the Lead and Copper Rule with Confidence
The finalized Lead and Copper Rule is here, and with that, greater clarity on the steps water systems will have to take to stay compliant. To help kick start your 2022 LCR planning, 120Water’s CEO and Co-Founder, Megan Glover, will host a free webinar on January 11th at 1pm EST.
Click here to register: https://120water.com/resources/review-the-lead-and-copper-rule/
We know funding in particular can be a pain point for all utilities, but especially for those in rural water. You may have already heard some of this news, but we wanted to share a few relevant updates and resources with you that will directly impact you:
- Rural Playbook: The Biden Administration Released a Rural Playbook and Is Launching "Building A Better America" Rural Infrastructure Tour To Highlight the Impact Of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law On Rural America.
- Drinking Water State Revolving Fund For Lead Service Line Replacement: The EPA will provide $15 billion over five years to states, Tribes, and territories to identify and replace lead service lines. No state match is required for these funds, 49% of which will be made available as forgivable grants and loans to underserved communities. Eligible applicants should apply through their State Revolving Loan program.
- Accelerate the Development and Use of Lead Service-Line Inventories: Potential recipients of the lead service line replacement funds are being encouraged to develop their inventories as soon as possible, which can help guide the design of replacement projects eligible for these funds. More detail on the EPA’s technical assistance can be found at the Water Infrastructure and Resiliency Finance Center.
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