Webinar | March 5, 2024

LCRI Updates, Insights, And Tools To Tackle Your Compliance Programs

Source: 120Water

With the recent release of the Lead and Copper Rule Improvements, and less than 9 months to submit your preliminary inventory, 120Water is unpacking what water utilities need to know to get the job done right - and on time. We’ll discuss how the proposed LCRI impacts your compliance program plans and what tools are available to set you up for success. We’ll also be joined by a 120Water customer, Scott Ham from the City of Silver Creek, to discuss the successful approach we’ve seen systems take to achieve compliance. During this discussion we’ll cover:

  • What’s included in the proposed Lead and Copper Rule Improvements (LCRI)
  • How the LCRI impacts your compliance programs in 2024, and upcoming years.
  • Which programs and data you need to prioritize to help you meet compliance.
  • What tools are available to help build your inventory and support your upcoming programs.
  • Insights and strategies from other utility leaders that have found success building their inventory.
  • And much more!

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn from your peers and ask any questions you have about the compliance journey.

Learning objectives:

  • An understanding of the proposed LCRI and how it affects your compliance program plans in 2024 and the years to come.
  • Tips and insights from other utility leaders on how to successfully build your preliminary inventory and start working on upcoming compliance programs.
  • An overview of options for managing your data and why it’s important to choose a software that allows you to securely manage your data for years to come.
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