EPA announces NDWAC Lead and Copper Rule Working Group dates

March 12, 2014

WASHINGTON — The first meetings are scheduled for March 25 and 26 in Arlington, Va.

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced the dates for the first meeting of the National Drinking Water Advisory Council (NDWAC) Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) Working Group, according to a press release.

The meeting is scheduled for March 25 and 26 in Arlington, Va., and it is the first of a series of anticipated meetings that will take place over the next year to evaluate and make recommendations for potential revisions to the LCR, noted the release.

Read more on EPA here.

The March meeting will focus on issues related to optimization of corrosion control, the release reported.

Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies utilities are represented on the working group and AMWA staff will be attending the meeting, continued the release, but attendance is also open to any interested public stakeholders.

According to the release, details on logistics and registration information are included in the Federal Register notice announcing the meeting.

Read the full release here.

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