#2054 - "Emerging Constituents In Water Supply" IEPA#5413
Delivered on: 10/11/2011
RTC Hours: 1 Total Hours: 1
Presented by: Bill Soucie, Central Lake County Joint Action Water Agency (CLCJAWA); Brian Hackman, Strand Associates, Inc.
Water supply operators face the ever increasing challenge of protecting public health and understanding their product - drinking water. Environmental working groups and independent agencies attempt to sharpen public awareness of water quality issues, as recent data regarding hexavalent chromium and radionuclides become ‘viral’ issues in today’s electronic newsfront. While a concern, the focus of USEPA is to scientifically evaluate emerging water quality constituents, their potential public health impact, and regulatory limits and goals. In sufficient concentration, there is also a need to further identify treatment and removal technologies to remove contaminants to acceptable levels in drinking water. This webinar will focus on emerging water quality constituents for both surface and groundwater sources, current issues, and potential solutions.
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