Water Treatment and Distribution
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Public Water Systems
Public Water Systems (PWSs) come in all shapes and sizes, and no two are exactly the same. They may be publicly or privately owned and maintained. While their design may vary, they all share the same goal: providing safe, reliable drinking water to the communities they serve. To do this, most water systems must treat their water. The types of treatment provided by a specific PWS vary depending on the size of the system, whether they…
PREPARED FOR: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water Standards and Risk Management Division 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Washington DC 20004
Prepared by: AWWA With assistance from Economic and Engineering Services, Inc
Background and Disclaimer
The USEPA is revising the Total Coliform Rule (TCR) and is considering new possible distribution system requirements as part of these revisions. As part of this…
- This tool, along with your operating experience, will help you prepare for your duties as a chief operator.
- Every PWS needs capable supervisors.
- One common problem with most supervisors and managers is that they cannot find the time or reso