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- Creative Partnerships
- Multi Purpose Decision Support Systems for Source Water Protection Strategies
- SWP Through Conservation Funding
- Nutrient Reduction Successes
- Funding for Source Water Protection
- Forming & Sustaining Collaboratives
- Linking SWP to Emergency Preparedness
- Source Water Protection Through Forestry Partnerships
Linking SWP to Emergency Preparedness
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“Water systems must be prepared for a wide range of potential problems. Spills making headlines across the country highlight that regional communication and coordination is essential to ensure faster response actions to safeguard public health.”
– Alan Roberson, Executive Director, Association Of State Drinking Water Administrators
Linking Source Water Protection And Emergency Preparedness & Response
This webinar will provide recommendations on how to improve planning for emergency preparedness and response.
River Alert Information Network (RAIN)
Early warning monitoring system that notifies decision makers to ensure faster implementation of actions
Preparing And Responding To An Emergency
Resources from our diverse member network to help your utility & community prepare & respond to a drinking water event.
USGS Health-Based Screening Levels (HBSLs)
Can be used during source water contamination events to determine potential human health concern & help prioritize response efforts.
Pennsylvania’s Early Warning Systems
PA & neighboring states' development of early warning systems among community water systems, and other partners.