October 2019

In This Issue
2019 Annual Conference
Heritage Days
New EPA Lead Standards to Give Utilities Wide Latitude
New EPA Lead Standards to Give Utilities Wide Latitude

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2019 Annual Conference  -

Several very important deadlines are coming up. If you haven't acted yet, NOW is the time!

  • Don't be a LATE BIRD! Early Bird Registration ends Friday, 
    October 18. Register now before registration fee increase!
  • Our room block at the Marriott Grande Dunes ends Friday, October 18. Reserve your room here
  • Tell your co-worker how much you appreciate them by nominating him/her for one of this year's Awards of Excellence

All Exhibit Hall Booths have been reserved. However, if you sell a product/service to water systems and would still like to attend our 2019 Annual Conference, register for the  Professional Pass .
Other useful information: 


Heritage Days  
SCRWA was out at the Andrews Heritage Days Festival the last weekend in September talking with festival-goers about source water protection and job opportunities in the water and wastewater fields. 
EPA Administrator AddressesAgency Goals 
with Water 

US EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler delivered the keynote presentation to  kick off Opening Session at the 2019 WaterPro Conference in Nashville, Tennessee with more than 2,100 in attendance.  Read the full story  here .
EPA Announces Partnership to Reduce Childhood Lead Exposure at Schools and Childcare Facilities 
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to further support efforts that reduce lead in drinking water at schools and child car facilities. In recognition of Children's Health Month, the commitments made in this MOU will provide safer and healthier environments for children across the country. Read the full story here.  here .