Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2015 - (Page 39)

regulatOrY regulatOrY uPDate BY MIke keegan, nrwa analYSt The following are summaries of recent articles covered on NRWA'S Washington, DC, homepage ( For more information, or the original documents for any of these summaries, please visit the homepage. If you have a comment or position that you would like to be considered by the NRWA Regulatory Committee, please let us hear from you ( NRWA policy creation: All NRWA policy is created by the NRWA Board of Directors and is typically initiated by NRWA committees made up of board members and state association executive directors. The NRWA Regulatory Committee convened on June 20 in Washington DC to review a number of active policy issues and craft a number of policy positions that will be referred to the full NRWA Board of Directions. Issues considered by the Committee included: NRWA's seat on the National Drinking Water Advisory Committee, Lead and Copper Rule Revisions, EPA's Nutrient Programs, WOTUS, Disinfection By-products Rule, Water Privatization, Fluoridation, 7 USC Section 1926(b), etc. The committee will consider any policy suggestion from any member of a state rural water association.  rural water 39

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2015

From the President
Innovations for Every Utility
What’s Ahead for Water Technology?
Is Your Utility Prepared to Fight Misinformation on Social Media?
Variable Frequency Drives
Available EPA Tools and Resources for Small and Rural Utilities
Rural Water Assists Mount Zion with Water Loss, Finances
Regulatory Update
Throwing My Loop
Index to Advertisers/
From the CEO

Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2015