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REGULATORY

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REGULATORY
UPDATE

The following are summaries
of articles covered on NRWA's Washington,
D.C., homepage (www.ruralwater.org).
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, let us hear
from you by emailing Mike Keegan at
keegan@ruralwater.org.
Russia has a cyberweapon that can
disrupt water supplies: A new report
finds the malware, dubbed CrashOverride,
is just the second instance of malware
specifically tailored to disrupt or destroy
industrial control systems. Hackers
allied with the Russian government have
devised a cyberweapon that has the
potential to be the most disruptive yet
against systems that Americans depend
on for daily life. Russian government

BY MIKE KEEGAN, NRWA ANALYST

hackers have shown their interest
in targeting U.S. energy and other
utility systems; the Sandworm cyberespionage campaign is tied to the Russian
government.
EPA signals significant changes
to Obama Risk Management Plans'
(RMP) rule: EPA is suggesting it plans to
make significant changes to an Obamaera facility safety rule, arguing in its
announcement delaying the regulation for
an additional 20 months that the rule is
based on "policy preferences" that could
vary between administrations. The agency
also intends to raise concerns with the
rule not cited in industry petitions.
U.S. House could pass
drinking water state revolving
fund reauthorization by August:
Representative John Shimkus (IL),
chairman of the House Energy and
Commerce's Subcommittee on

Environment, said that a bill reauthorizing
the drinking water law could pass this
summer and then be attached to any
Senate-passed infrastructure bill to
reach the president's desk. NRWA
President Steve Fletcher (IL) testified
before Shimkus' committee on March 19,
detailing all rural water issues with SRFs.  
NC newspaper heading,
"Dangerous Lead Levels Found in
Water Systems across State": Paper
reported that there are "more than 6,000
individual exceedances of lead and copper
limits since 2005 and those are just the
ones that the state knows about." The
paper released a database of individual
household sample results and conflated
action level with public health level to
alarm the public.
U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)
issues memo prohibiting Clean Water
Act citizen suit settlement payments
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017

From the President
Surviving Hurricanes
Emergency Preparedness
Indiana Teamwork During a Flood Emergency
Rates and Long-Term Sustainability
Technology: Ammonia – A Growing Problem with a Practical Solution
Emergency Management: Biological Wastewater Treatment Toxicity
Insurance: Commercial General Liability Coverage Basics
A Day in the Life of a Circuit Rider
Regulatory Update
Case Study: Installing Granular Activated Carbon Today to Prevent Regulatory Issues in the Future
Cleared for Takeoff
Up the Creek: Birdfeeder Politics
Index to Advertisers/ Advertisers.com
From the CEO
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - intro
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - cover1
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - cover2
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 3
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 4
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 5
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 6
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 7
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 8
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 9
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 10
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - From the President
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Surviving Hurricanes
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 13
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 14
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 15
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 16
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 17
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Emergency Preparedness
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 19
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 20
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 21
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 22
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 23
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 24
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 25
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 26
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Indiana Teamwork During a Flood Emergency
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 28
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 29
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 30
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Rates and Long-Term Sustainability
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 32
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 33
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 34
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Technology: Ammonia – A Growing Problem with a Practical Solution
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 36
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 37
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 38
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Emergency Management: Biological Wastewater Treatment Toxicity
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 40
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 41
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 42
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Insurance: Commercial General Liability Coverage Basics
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 44
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - A Day in the Life of a Circuit Rider
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 46
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Regulatory Update
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 48
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 49
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 50
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Case Study: Installing Granular Activated Carbon Today to Prevent Regulatory Issues in the Future
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 52
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Cleared for Takeoff
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 54
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Up the Creek: Birdfeeder Politics
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 56
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 57
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - Index to Advertisers/ Advertisers.com
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 59
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 60
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - From the CEO
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - 62
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - cover3
Rural Water - Quarter 3, 2017 - cover4
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