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This video highlights the importance of developing a culture of security around your water or wastewater utility. While the case study presented serves a large community, EPA's "10 key features" approach can be applied to any size of system.

Posted in: Security, Videos
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This adorable video shares the journey of Walter the water droplet as he heads down the drain and through the wastewater treatment process. This informative and entertaining piece is the perfect short clip for sharing with educators.

This video was developed by The Value of Water Coalition, which is comprised of both public and private members of the water industry. The coalition's objective is to educate the public on the importance of clean, safe, and reliable water to and from every home and community, and to help ensure quality water service for future generations.

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The Missouri DNR, with assistance from the Missouri Rural Water Association, has developed a seven-minute video to help community water systems prepare and deliver their consumer confidence reports using electronic delivery.

While this video is specific to Missouri systems, it highlights an innovative and practical approach to primacy agency-facilitated electronic CCR delivery. Be sure to check with your primacy agency for options and requirements that may apply to you.

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The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) was signed into law on December 16,1974, tasking the EPA with a new mission to set drinking water quality standards. That means 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of this important milestone in protection of public health. 

The Minnesota Department of Health is getting a head start on the celebration with this new video. It includes an interview with former Vice President (and Minnesota native) Walter Mondale, who was part of the Senate that passed the SDWA bill, and others about this landmark law.

SmallWaterSupply.org will be covering other SDWA 40th anniversary celebrations throughout the year!

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