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Tap Talk: The Drinking Water in Rural America Podcast

Everyone has a role to play in protecting public health. This free audio show connects professionals across the water sector with ideas to enhance our work.

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Free Class: Groundwater and Well Care

Learn the basic science of water wells and best practices to extend the life of the well and ensure your water remains safe to drink. Preapproved for CEUs.

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Cross-Connection Control Program Basics

This webinar will provide students with a better understanding of the requirements, methods, and resources available to enable a cost effective cross connection control program for small and large public water supply systems.  | Learn More »

  •  10:15 AM Central
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LCRR & Water Loss

This webinar will include what the rule is, why it is in place, what this means for your utility, and what tools are available to help you through this process. It will also include a session on water loss. | Learn More »

  •  9 AM Mountain
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Lead and Copper Rule Revision

This webinar will prepare you to comply with the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions as well as create a plan of action to create a Lead Service Line Inventory and a Lead Service Line Replacement Plan. | Learn More »

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Rural Community Assistance Partnership features articles that focus on topics like infrastructure, capacity building, and economic development in rural America.

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