The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) governs Federal drinking water standards in the US. The Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) is among one of the 90+ contaminants primacy agencies and public water systems are tasked with regulating. However, since the lead in water crisis of Flint, MI, federal and state policymakers and regulators have seen an existential shift in drinking water industry that is driving policy reform, infrastructure replacements and redefining the very definition of what it means to be a public water system providing safe drinking water to the public.
120WaterAudit works with Federal and State Government Agencies tasked with executing existing Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) programs. In addition, we work with new voluntary or mandated lead programs such as: Lead Sampling in Schools, Enhanced Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) policy, Lead Service Line Inventory and Replacement (LSLR).
120WaterAudit works with State Agencies during multiple phases of the program implementation process.
Given our domain experience with planning, managing and executing these programs at scale, here is a sampling of the solutions we can provide:
- Fiscal Impact Data
- Lead Compliance Management Software
- Certified Laboratory Statewide Contracts
- Environmental Consulting Statewide Contracts
- Managed Services & Technical Assistance
Our team has vast experience in the trenches building software and executing current and new lead programs at scale, we know what it takes and most importantly; the fiscal and resource burdened pressures these rules put on your public water systems and school districts. For that reason, we pride ourselves in serving as a true extension of your team to help provide solutions for some of your most painful obstacles.