March 21, 2018
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Water utilities are responsible for providing safe drinking water by treating water to regulatory standards, and by maintaining safe water quality through the distribution system. Water utilities do not control the quality of plumbing systems within individual property lines. But using their expertise, water utilities can be leaders to find solutions to their community’s lead problems, motivated by the imperative of public health protection. If we are committed to providing safe drinking water, we must reach across silos to generate community-wide solutions that engage healthcare systems, school systems, city departments, state agencies, and community groups. Join us for part six of a seven-part series diving into each of the Seven Big Ideas in the One Water for America Policy Framework.
Joseph Grande, Water Quality Manager, Madison Water Utility
Caroline Gray, Project Manager, Cooper’s Ferry Partnership
Gina Wammock, Principal, Lakeview Strategic Services, LLC