4 edition of Feasibility of small system restructuring to facilitate SDWA compliance found in the catalog.
by The Foundation and American Water Works Association in Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Eloise Castillo ... [et al.] ; sponsored by AWWA Research Foundation.|
|Contributions||Castillo, Eloise., AWWA Research Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||HD4456 .F43 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||97211485|
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Castillo, S.K. Keefe, R.S. Raucher, and S.J. Rubin, Small System Restructuring to Facilitate SDWA Compliance: An Analysis of Potential Feasibility (AWWA Research Foundation, ). *Source:Source:Source: “Feasibility of Small System Restructuring to Facilitate SDWA Compliance,” AWWA Denver, CO: American Water Works Association, Feasibility of Small System Restructuring to Facilitate Safe Drinking Water Act Compliance American Water Works Association Other : skFigures - Food & Agriculture.
Feasibility of Small System Restructuring to Facilitate SDWA Compliance. Measuring the Efficiency of Decisionmaking Units. Feasibility of Small System Restructuring to Facilitate SDWA Compliance / Eloise Castillo / Utility Business Architecture: Designing and Change / EMA Services / Long-Term Effects of Conservation Rates / Vista Consulting Group Staff / System Capacity Challenges and Partnership Solutions Overview Technical • Shared, new, or upgraded infrastructure • Locate higher quality/quantity source water • Access to a certified operator and additional expertise • More efficient treatment technologies available Managerial • Expertise in water system planning/operations • Accelerated path to obtaining the managerial.
Water System Cooperation Opportunities Feasibility Study, Octo 5 The Washington state legislature has also expressed concern over the financial sustainability of small community water systems.
The Department of Health, therefore, is motivated to consolidate water systems where it makes logical business sense. A larger system that might lead a restructuring effort through direct connection or development of a satellite strategy, for instance, may face compliance requirements several years before neighboring small systems will, creating a situation in which the smaller systems have no motivation to cooperate or join with the larger system's effort.
Inthe federal Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) was amended to include a new provision called ΑCapacity Development.≅ Section of the Act requires states to establish a capacity development program designed to ensure that the state’s public water systems have the technical, managerial and financial ability to meet federal and state.
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Sec. f et seq., shall be applicable to public water systems to which that federal law is not applicable, unless the department or the state board. The present study reports the feasibility of a small-scale rainwater harvesting system intended to produce drinking water for rural/isolated communities.
A number of parameters such as roof size, tank size, water demand and daily filtration rate were taken into consideration to examine the performance of the rainwater harvesting system. States can grant variances to systems serving 3, to 10, people with USEPA approval. SDWA does not allow small systems to have variances for microbial contaminants.
Under certain circumstances, exemptions from standards may be granted to allow extra time to seek other compliance options or financial assistance. Here, we show that health-based drinking water quality violations are widespread, with 9–45 million people possibly affected during each of the past 34 years.
While relatively few community water systems (3–10%) incur health-based violations in a given year, improved compliance is needed to ensure safe drinking water nationwide. The DWSRF program was created as part of the Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) (Public Law ).
Section of the SDWA, as amended, contains the provisions The principal objective of the DWSRF is to facilitate compliance with national primary drinking Costs for restructuring systems that are in significant. The amendments to the SDWA tightened the requirements by: replacing the previous discretionary authority of the EPA to promulgate MCLs with a mandate to do so for 83 specific contaminants; requiring filtration of all surface water supplies and disinfection of all public water systems; and toughening the enforcement posture of EPA.
Drinking water contaminants pose a harm to public health. Some can cause immediate illness, such as the 16 million cases of acute gastroenteritis that occur each year at US community water systems. Here, we show that health-based drinking water quality violations are widespread, with 9–45 million people possibly affected during each of the past 34 years.
The bill includes an authorization for the establish and operate small public water system technology centers to provide training and technical assistance relating to the information, performance and technical needs of small public water systems.
$2, per year is authorized through fiscal year ; $5, per year is authorized for. The term Federal cross-cutting requirement means a requirement of a Federal law or regulation, compliance with which is a condition on receipt of a loan or loan guarantee pursuant to section of the Safe Drinking Water Act (42 U.S.C.
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