American Water’s LeChevallier to participate in EPA’s Drinking Water Workshop

Sept. 4, 2013

VOORHEES, N.J. — The workshop provides participants with training and information on solutions and strategies for handling small system problems.

VOORHEES, N.J. — American Water announced Dr. Mark LeChevallier, director of Innovation and Environmental Stewardship, will participate in the 10th Annual Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Drinking Water Workshop titled "Small Drinking Water Systems: Challenges and Solutions" in Cincinnati, Ohio on Sept. 10-12, according to a press release.

LeChevallier's presentation will review American Water's research on pressure management. He will address how by improving pressure monitoring and management, water distribution systems can improve water quality and reduce operating costs by minimizing water loss, main breaks and energy costs, stated the release.

Hosted by the EPA in cooperation with the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators, the workshop provides participants with in-depth training and information on various solutions and strategies for handling small system problems and compliance challenges, noted the release.

It is designed primarily for state personnel responsible for the compliance of drinking water regulations and the permitting of treatment technology.

Read the entire press release here.

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