Webinar: How to Meet This Year's Lead and Copper Rule Revisions Deadline

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Does the date October 16 ring a bell? It’s the deadline for the EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR) — just nine months away. To be compliant, all public water systems have to meet a list of requirements, including the creation of a lead service line (LSL) inventory. Also nine months away is the implementation of the new lead pipe replacement rule, the Lead and Copper Rule Improvements. Creating an LSL can be incredibly complex, and many water systems are struggling to comply. Tap into our step-by-step process to ensure compliance. 

Join this webinar to learn how to create your lead service line inventory, including information on:

● Establishing guidelines for inventory and tracking methods

● Tips for collecting your inventory data — one of the most labor-intensive parts of the entire process

● Best practices for verifying your inventory

● How to prepare for the new Lead and Copper Rule Improvements requirement to replace 100% of lead pipes in the next 10 years

Tim Larson, Sr. Product Marketing Associate at OpenGov

Specializing in both product and market knowledge, Tim has worked with asset management customers and stakeholders for the last three years. In his role, he frequently engages in conversations with local government experts and fellow industry professionals, working to remain up-to-date on the latest trends and insights in infrastructure asset management.

Daniel Johns, Director of Geospatial Technologies at ETM

Daniel plays a crucial role in overseeing GIS, asset management, client solutions and partnerships. An award-winning expert, he has more than 19 years' leadership in technology, asset management and operational excellence. Before his current role at ETM, Daniel dedicated over 16 years to the public sector, working as a GIS and asset manager.

Sarah Grimsley, Client Solutions Manager at ETM

Sarah holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Spatial Analysis from the University of North Georgia. Her academic background is in earth systems engineering and geospatial technology. She has worked as a GIS Analyst, managing GIS and Asset Management Systems. She currently works at ETM to develop and implement tailored asset management and GIS solutions.


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