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AWWA will open its first international  office in India this spring.

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The US Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water will present a public webinar April 1 to discuss steps to implement the newly enacted Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act. 
The US Department of Interior has finalized a new rule that aims to ensure "safe and responsible" hydraulic fracturing drilling on public and tribal lands.
AWWA has released a report that provides recommendations for the Fourth Contaminant Candidate List (CCL4), as well as recommendations for a more robust process to develop future CCLs.
The following revised AWWA Policy Statement on Fluoridation of Public Water Supplies has been approved by the Technical and Educational Council for public comment. Submit comments by April 23, 2015.

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