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Safe Drinking Water Trust eBulletin



The Safe Drinking Water Trust eBuletin is a FREE resource that will provide you with the tools to focus on the large issue-providing clean drinking water-while making informed decisions that will benefit your community, keep you in compliance with EPA regulations, and maintain your water quality in a most proactive way.
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Contact Person: Matt Gergeni
E-Mail: mgergeni@crg.org
Website: http://www.watertrust.org
   


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The Safe Drinking Water Trust eBulletin was recently launched by the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) through a federal Homeland Security Grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to serve as a primary resource in water system solutions.

This valuable tool is offered at no cost to the water systems. To register, users simply go online and fill out the subscription form at www.watertrust.org.

Every three weeks subscribers receive an interactive e-mail bulletin containing informational articles written in plain English that are designed to put a wealth of information at their fingertips. This free resource is one of the industry’s leading centralized water utility tools created specifically to help small public water systems keep up with the flurry of regulations that impact this industry.

Recognizing that rural water systems need more than just additional reading material, the SDWT eBulletin offers both up-to-date financial resources and an interactive “ask-the-expert” section providing direct access to water industry experts from across the nation.

Taking nearly two years to conceptualize and design, the inaugural issue of the Safe Drinking Water Trust eBulletin was unveiled earlier this summer.

For more than 30 years, the RCAP partnership has served as a leader in rural community development through its field-based staff and delegate agencies working at the community level in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.


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