Webinar: Get the Lead Out: Responding to EPA Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR)

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Is your municipality facing challenges in making the lead to copper transition to comply with the EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR)? One of the most difficult parts of the transition is knowing the location and status of your water service lines. Watch this webinar to learn how the City of Plano, Texas did just that by:

     ● Creating and maintaining a water service line inventory 

     ● Collecting and storing required material data and documentation

     ● Sharing information through a map accessible to the public

The result was complete compliance with EPA LCRR requirements, as well as a full inventory of water service lines in the City — join the session to learn the step-by-step process they followed. 


● Brendon Lockette, Asset Management Coordinator for the City of Plano, Texas

Brendon is an accomplished professional currently serving as the Asset Management Coordinator for the City of Plano, Texas. With a diverse background in several roles, he has gained hands-on experience in assessing and maintaining assets in the field, managing the city's signage infrastructure, and collecting and analyzing data related to the city's assets. Since coming to Plano, Brendon’s focus has shifted to Water and Wastewater infrastructure.

● Kurtis Warne, Solutions Engineer for OpenGov

Kurtis has spent the last 15+ years working in the water industry developing ways to make security, water quality compliance, and utility asset management more effective, efficient, and productive. As a Solutions Engineer at OpenGov, Kurtis works with the customers as a technical expert to design the best workflow processes ensuring the software meets/exceeds the customer goals. 


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