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Disect the USEPA's new guidance on service line inventory development with our team of expert panelists. Learn from the VDH and utilities who have begun this project as they share their experience and expertise including inventory data management strategies, service line identification strategies, and lessons learned.
Prepare for Compliance with The Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) Revisions

Gain insight as our panelists analyze the new guidance from the USEPA regarding service line inventory development.  Among the regulatory changes, utilities will be required to prepare a publicly-available service line inventory, including the public and private portions of service lines, by 2024.

The service line inventory is a new paradigm widely considered to have significant impacts on utilities’ asset management and public communications with customers. Even utilities without known lead service lines will need to prepare an inventory and track unknown service lines, which are considered to be potentially lead.

This webinar will feature a discussion of the service line inventory by the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), followed by utility case studies from Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority and Greater Cincinnati Water Works.  

Your Panelists:
  • Bob Edelman, Director, Division of Technical Services: Virginia Department of Health (VDH)

  • Leslie Moening, Lead Program Manager: Greater Cincinnati Water Works

  • Daniel Duffy, Consultant- LSLR Program Manager: Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority

  • Dr. David Cornwell, CEO: Cornwell Engineering Group 

Credits: This training has been approved for 2 CPE credits.
Format: Individual presentations will be followed by a Q&A panel discussion.
Sponsor: The VA AWWA Drinking Water Quality and Research Committee
Format: Online Webinar
Cost: Member $25, Non-Member $30, Group (6 or less) $75
Cancellations: Please view our Cancellation and Refund policy.   
Registration: Registration will close 75 minutes before the event. 
Cynthia Barnes


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