Webinar series by EPA that highlights available Tools and Resources. This webinar will focus on Cost-Effective Treatment Technologies for Small Drinking Water Systems.
Presentation 1 - Water Laboratory Alliance for Improving Emergency Response, Presented by Latisha Mapp, EPA's Office of Water Presentation 2 - Sampling and Analysis Tools for Water Emergencies, Presented by Dr. Sarah Taft, EPA's Office of Research and Development
The Nutrient Sensor Action Challenge Stage II is now open. This challenge calls for demonstrations of the use of data and information from nutrient sensors to inform decisions and actions that address nutrient management. Up to two winning teams will share a prize of $100,000 by effectively piloting and using information from new low-cost nutrient sensors in waterways. This Challenge is open to all communities and organizations in the United States regardless of participation in Stage I. The Nutrient Sensors in Action Challenge is a collaboration between the U.S.
The EPA’s Homeland Security Research Program has developed and pilot deployed real-time analytics hardware and software (RTX:LINK and EPANET-RTX) in both large and small systems (Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan, and Colorado). The RTX:LINK and EPANET-RTX applications to the City of Flint, Michigan will help with daily operations by monitoring system-wide flows, pressures, and water age in real time.
The first annual Las Vegas Legionella Summit will provide attendees the opportunity to learn from leading experts in epidemiology and environmental health.
This two-day program provides attendees with a comprehensive overview of regulatory expectations of ecological risk assessments from both federal and state perspectives. Participants will learn to help clients understand how the ecological risk assessment process aids in developing realistic approaches to remediating sites. LSRPs will gain more perspective on the role that ecological risk assessment plays in establishing site clean-up goals.
This webinar will present the Village Blue research project and demonstrate how to access the application and explore the real-time water quality data.
EPA and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) initiated the Village Blue project to increase public awareness about local water quality in the Baltimore Harbor and the Chesapeake Bay. The water quality monitoring data are displayed on EPA’s Village Blue monitoring application, which shows the data in a mobile- friendly, easy-to-understand format.
A webinar in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). EPA will discuss the Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund (DWSRF), which was established by the 1996 amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). USDA will be discussing its Rural Utilities Service Water and Environmental Programs (WEP).
IEHA North Chapter Annual Educational Conference
Elgin Community College