- EPA Guide to Optimal Corrosion Control (Pg. 2)
- New Guidance for Managing Cyanotoxins (Pg. 4)
- Fire and Drought Across the County (Pg. 5)
- From Food Wrappers to Rain Jackets: Tracking National Concerns Over Perfluorinated Compound Infiltration (Pg. 6)
- California Regulation of 1,2,3-TCP (Pg. 9)
- Regulatory Update (Pg. 10)
- Health Canada Proposes Health-Based Manganese Drinking Water Standard (Pg. 11)
- UCMR 4 Proposal (Pg. 2)
- Drought Monitor Map (Pg. 3)
- Green is Not Always Good – Concerns About Harmful Algal Blooms and Algal Toxins
- Microbeads: The Federal Government Takes Decisive Action on a Water Quality Issue (Pg. 6)
- Regulatory Update (Pg. 7)
- Bill Offers Path to Hexavalent Chromium Compliance for California Utilities (Pg. 10)
- Proposed Pharmaceutical Waste Rule (Pg. 11)
In this issue of the SDWA newsletter, featured topics include the EPA finalizing the approval of new analytical methods, accelerating aquifer depletion, EPA's release of 2012 Water Reuse Guidelines and California's proposal for maximum contaminant levels for Cr(VI) of 10.0 ppb.
This issue of the SDWA Newsletter features articles on the revised total coliform rule, finalizing of the EPA’s vessel general permit, draft guideline technical documents from Health Canada and guidance and best management practices for harmful algae blooms.
This issue of the SDWA Newsletter features articles on new health effects research on manganese, the impact triclosan has on muscle function, and an updated Cryptosporidium laboratory list from the EPA.
This issue of the SDWA Newsletter features articles on drought and fire conditions and their effects on watersheds, the EPA's redefinition of lead free and the agency seeking advice from the SAB on perchlorate.
- Politics vs. Science for Hexavalent Chromium (Pg. 2)
- EPA Study of Fracking in Wyoming (Pg. 3)
- Learning from the Swedish Cryptosporidiosis Outbreak (Pg. 4)
- Nitrosamines in the 3 Regulatory Pipeline (Pg. 6)
- Water Infrastructure Replacement Costs (Pg. 7)
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This issue focuses on several of the latest safe drinking water regulations, including a Cryptosporidium data review that shows lower occurrence than expected, a list of the EPA’s drinking water regulatory activities for 2012, and a trace elements in groundwater report released by the U.S. Geological Survey.
- Crypto Data Shows Lower Occurrence than Expecte (Pg. 2)
- Drinking Water Regulatory Activities at EPA for 2012 (Pg. 3)
- Consumer Confidence Reports (Pg. 3)
- Trace Elements in Groundwater (Pg. 4)
- Crypto Outbreak at Summer Camp Not from Drinking Water (Pg. 5)
- Bottled Water Consumers in the United States (Pg. 6)
- U.S. Drought Monitor (Pg. 7)