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AWWA and partner organizations provide free training opportunities for public water systems serving a population under 10,000.

Register today for a FREE 3-hour Revised Total Coliform Rule eLearning course - brought to you by AWWA, the Rural Community Assistance Partnership and USEPA.

Register today for a FREE 2-hour Financial Sustainability for Small Systems eLearning course - brought to you by AWWA, the Environmental Finance Center Network and USEPA.

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AWWA Technical Resources

SMCLs and Ammonia: What Every Operator Should Know

Utilities are not required to test for ammonia. However, this contaminant can cause many water quality issues if not properly treated (e.g., nitrification, chlorine demand and corrosion). Ammonia often occurs in sources with other Secondary Maximum Contaminant Levels (SMCLs), and many systems are under pressure to provide treatment.

In order to provide utilities, and particularly small systems, with an overview of the state of the science for SMCLs and ammonia treatment, the AWWA Inorganics and Inorganic Contaminants Research Committees Project Team created two informative documents from funding by the AWWA Technical & Education Council.


M54 Developing Rates for Small Systems, Second Edition

 

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Best practices for setting rates, fees, and charges, especially for water utilities serving up to 10,000 population. 

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RTCR Guide for Small Public Water Systems

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released a new guide to help systems serving 1,000 people or fewer comply with the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The four-part document can serve as both a quick reference an in-depth guide for the requirements set to take effect April 1, 2016. The Revised Total Coliform Rule: A Guide for Small Public Water Systems also includes a checklist to help systems determine their compliance with the rule and appendices with information on routine monitoring frequencies. 


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