The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently finalized revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule, providing the first major update to the rule in 30 years. The rule offers small Community Water Systems serving 10,000 or fewer residents certain flexibilities for compliance.
Join us and the Lead Service Line Replacement Collaborative (LSLRC) for part one of a three-part series of tele-town hall events intended to inform local leaders and water utility operators from small municipalities on the implications, requirements and opportunities associated with these rule revisions.
- The Honorable Carroll “Lew” Watson, Mayor, City of Lincoln, Alabama and Chair, National League of Cities Small Cities Council
- Carolyn Berndt, Legislative Director for Sustainability, Federal Advocacy, National League of Cities
- Margaret Byrnes, Executive Director, New Hampshire Municipal Association
- Tom Neltner, Chemicals Policy Director, Environmental Defense Fund
- Jeff Oxenford, Director of Training & Technical Services, Rural Community Assistance Partnership
- Anthony Santiago, Director, Program and Partnership Development, Institute for Youth, Education and Families, National League of Cities
- Ted Stiger, Senior Director of Government Relations & Policy, Rural Community Assistance Partnership
- Steve Via, Director of Federal Relations, American Water Works Association
Questions? Reach out to Anthony Santiago to learn more about this series at Santiago@nlc.org.
Review key takeaways for local leaders from the released final revisions to EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule.