So You Want to Create a Lead Sampling Program for Schools and Daycares, Now What?

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So You Want to Create a Lead Sampling Program for Schools and Daycares, Now What?

By |2018-12-07T08:22:30+00:00December 7th, 2018|Advice, News|0 Comments

If you’re like most people, reading through regulatory documents can be challenging. It’s hard to know what to make of all the legalistic language. How will all of that jargon translate into real programs that add value to your communities? The recently authorized WIIN Act funding creates the possibility for states to create lead sampling programs in schools and daycares. 120WaterAudit is offering two opportunities to attend a free webinar with advice on how to do so successfully.

The webinar is presented by Megan Glover, cofounder and CEO of 120WaterAudit, and Erica Walker, Director of Lead Programs at 120WaterAudit. Megan’s technology background provides organizations the insight they need to streamline their programs and make them as effective and efficient as possible.

Erica has boots-on-the-ground experience implementing statewide lead sampling programs. She recently assisted the Indiana Finance Authority with their public school program. Erica has also worked with water utilities on lead compliance and service line replacement programs. Their combined knowledge base provides great insight on how to create programs that run smoothly on the back end and that aren’t confusing to your customers on the front end.

Megan and Erica will cover a variety of topics including different models of sampling programs, sampling procedures, technical assistance, communication strategies, examples of funding structures and more. The information is relevant regardless of your current situation—whether you’re just beginning to brainstorm your program or are already expanding or executing an existing program. You can catch this free webinar on either December 18 or January 8. Register to attend here.

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