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Newsletter #8 for January 18, 2011

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Our newsletter, now friendlier than ever

As with all our efforts, we are evolving and growing with you! This week, we want to point out that we've added links back to SmallWaterSupply.org at the top and bottom of the newsletter.

This ensures you always know how to get back to our latest blog content, search for a document or find a link in a previous newsletter. We hope that each newsletter reminds you of all the great and growing information on SmallWaterSupply.org!

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Register for the training

Don't Forget: Free Ground Water Rule Training Tomorrow

It's not too late to register for NRWA's free webinar to be hosted tomorrow, January 19 at 2pm Central time. The EPA's Mike Finn and Ed Moriarty will discuss the Ground Water Rule (GWR) which establishes a risk-targeting approach to identify Ground Water Systems (GWSs) that may pose a risk of exposure to microbial pathogens to customers.

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Weekly Reading for January 18, 2011

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

1. Maxed-out sewer plant expansion to start soon - Rapidly growing Tennessee community to finally begin upgrades to sewer system.
2. Blogger blogs still work for small business - An overview of the many key features of this free blogging platform from Google.
3. Forecasters keep eye on looming 'Solar Max' - Potential geomagnetic storm has implications for all utility sectors and is something to watch in the coming years.
4. Small community takes control of water using UV - Hydaburg, Alaska optimized treatment process with UV254 system.
5. Community-based water resiliency - New EPA initiative and tools help rural communities respond under emergency conditions.

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What You Need To Know About Us

We are here to support small community water and wastewater operators. We've found thousands of free online resources and created an easy way to sort through them quickly. We've also created a national events calendar that lists training, exams, conferences, and workshops for every state and national training provider that has that information on the internet. In developing such a comprehensive set of information and tools, we are also serving the 800+ training, primacy, and technical service organizations, by helping operators get to their information.

You can call us (866-522-2681) if you need assistance. We will find the right TA provider or expert to help you in your state. We will print large documents you find on our website and mail them to you for free. We are a free service, grant funded to support small community water and wastewater systems. We aren't buying, selling, or advertising anything.

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