December 14, 2010 Volume 1, No. 4 Have you bookmarked us? With blogs and so many other streams of information, the traditional internet browser book

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December 14, 2010 Volume 1, No. 4

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Have you bookmarked us?

With blogs and so many other streams of information, the traditional internet browser bookmark has received a lot less attention. Still, for sites you want to return to on a regular, though perhaps not daily basis, the bookmark is an excellent way to keep track.

We want SmallWaterSupply.org to be your go-to resource for all things water and wastewater. If there is something we don't have, we'll find it for you. Why don't you make sure to bookmark us today!

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Weekly Reading for December 14, 2010

Each week we'll provide a collection of our favorite links we know you'll love too!

1. Road salt pollutes drinking water - Runoff from salt piles in Ohio leaves communities with no option but to abandon wells.
2. Report maps arsenic in Maine private wells - With its bedrock geology, New England is one part of the US where mapping of arsenic concentrations has proven effective for well siting.
3. New site: Water is Your Business - In a collaboration between the US Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Water Companies, this new site seeks to shed light on the connection between water, infrastructure and the economy.
4. Water crisis looms for desert Southwest - While not exactly surprising news, recent attention on the Southeast has drawn focus away from the ongoing issues in US desert regions.
5. Minimizing the cost of adding treatment capacity - In Ohio, public water systems, regulators and design consultants have been working together for more than 15 years to ensure that state design criteria for water treatment processes reflect up-to-date technological advances.

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Complying with the Ground Water Rule: Small Entity Compliance Guide

Whether you're already in compliance or still working towards it, this EPA handbook includes monitoring requirements, system responsibilities in responding to contamination and sanitary survey findings, and compliance and funding options.

EPA and NRWA are co-hosting a free web-based training on the Ground Water Rule at 3pm Eastern on January 19, 2011.

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