July 11, 2007 – Volume 8, No. 28
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How do you tell a BWA from a BWO? AWWA says USEPA should regulate perchlorate... sooner rather than later. Eight-year-old class-action lawsuit resolved in favor of Louisiana water district and landmark California case decision expected soon. CCRs from the big guys in the U.S. How deep is the ocean and how deep is the other stuff? Who would you choose for your perchlorate pinup? Julia Roberts or John Travolta?


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Federal Updates

State Updates

Small Water Systems

Security and Monitoring

Legal Matters

Arsenic

Potential Endocrine Disruptors

Perchlorate

Microbiological

Annual Water Quality Reports

  • From the largest of the large in the U.S.: Commentary: The three largest U.S. cities and the largest wholesale agency, with combined production of treated drinking water of about 1.7 trillion gallons per year, offer varying views and emphases in their CCRs. They range from The Windy City's emphasis on conservation and $40 red rain barrels, to The Big Apple's 20-page compendium, to El Lay's water quality inspectors who make "house calls," to MWD's "cut to the chase" approach.

Compliance 

  • Australian drinking water quality "auditor" certification program
    Commentary: "The Scheme provides international recognition for auditors who conduct audits to ensure that drinking water service providers can demonstrate that they are managing risk in accordance with the risk management framework as set out in the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG).
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