Webinar: Upcoming Research on the Impacts of Water Conservation on Water Quality in Premise Plumbing

March 29, 2017, 1-2 p.m. CDT
Register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5773508450972951043.

This webinar, presented by two recently awarded National Priorities grantees, will describe upcoming research and new science on the impacts of water conservation on water quality in premise plumbing systems. The projects are intended to inform how to better design, renovate, and manage building drinking water systems so that water can be delivered efficiently while protecting public health.

EPA’s Safe and Sustainable Water Resources research program provides the science and innovative technologies that the Agency and the nation need to maintain drinking water resources and systems, as well as to protect the chemical, physical and biological integrity of the nation’s waters. It uses an integrated, systems approach to support the availability of the clean, adequate, and equitable water supplies necessary for human well-being and resilient aquatic ecosystems. Safe and Sustainable Water Resources Strategic Research Action Plan: http://www2.epa.gov/research/safe-and-sustainable-water-resources-strategic-research-action-plan-2016-2019.

Author: Laura B.

I'm the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center's Sustainability Information Curator, which is a fancy way of saying embedded librarian. I'm also Executive Director of the Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Roundtable. When not writing for Environmental News Bits, I'm an avid reader. Visit Laura's Reads to see what I'm currently reading.

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