MWUA MeWEA Summer Outing
MWUA & MeWEA Summer Outing

July 11, 2022 - Maine Water Utilities Association Annual Summer Outing - Thursday, August 11 2022. Come before lunch, meet old friends, make new ones! Click below to register today

Developing and Maintaining a Service Line Inventory
Developing and Maintaining a Service Line Inventory

August 5, 2022 - Interested in learning more about developing an maintaining a service line inventory? The U.S. EPA has a guide available for you.

July Rural Water Partner Newsletter
July Water Partner Newsletter

June 30, 2022 - MWUA’s partner 120 Water produces a newsletter that will help you to stay informed on the latest news about lead pipe inventory. Click below to learn more.

Imagine a day without water 2022
Imagine a Day Without Water On October 20.

July 8, 2022 - Water is essential, invaluable, and in need of investment. This campaign includes events, resolutions, student contests, social media engagement, and more. Sign up today!

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MWUA MeWEA Summer Outing
Developing and Maintaining a Service Line Inventory
July Rural Water Partner Newsletter
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Guidance for Developing and Maintaining a Service Line Inventory

This document provides recommendations to public water systems in developing and maintaining a service line inventory. The guidance within this document can be used to comply with the requirements under the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR) that are in effect at the time of document publication. Read More (PDF)

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Water Partner Newsletter July 2022

Welcome back to our monthly newsletter geared specifically to YOU, our Rural Water Partners! Our goal is to send you meaningful, useful content and industry news in the Lead & Copper sphere every month – use or link this content in your own newsletters or magazines. Enjoy! See our re-post

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How does your WATER SYSTEM WORK?

When you turn on your faucet, water seems to magically appear. EPA, states, and water utilities work together to bring clean, safe water into homes and businesses every day. In the US, approximately 90% of the population gets drinking water from a public water system (PWS) that treats, stores, and

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Survey Request from Alliance for Water Efficiency

The Alliance for Water Efficiency is researching water provider programs that notify customers about potential leaks and high usage. We need your help. There is no documentation of the current state of leak notification programs and related services/policies across the US and Canada, despite these often being touted as a key motivation

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