In this month’s episode of Talking Under Water, WaterWorld Editor-in-Chief Mandy Crispin is joined by editor Jeremy Wolfe to talk about the U.S. EPA’s proposed changes to Consumer Confidence Reports. The proposed rulemaking introduces significant changes to the relationship between utilities and customers — though some of the changes are not as drastic as they may seem.
- EPA’s proposed Consumer Confidence Report rulemaking, explained
- What the proposed Water Quality Report changes could mean for utilities
- EPA’s proposed CCR rule and its benefits for accessibility
- Cold open | 0:00
- Host introductions & episode overview | 1:12
- What are the proposed CCR changes? | 2:57
- Anticipated effects of the CCR proposed rule-making | 4:04
- Translation services requirement for CCRs | 6:34
- Housekeeping | 7:33
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Talking Under Water is the premier podcast for the water industry, including municipal and industrial water and wastewater, residential water treatment, storm water management and erosion control. It is produced in coordination between Water & Wastes Digest (WWD), Water Quality Products (WQP) and Storm Water Solutions (SWS). The podcast covers topics under the One Water movement including the municipal and industrial water and wastewater, point of use, point of entry, residential, storm water and erosion control markets. Talking Under Water highlights news, trends, new technologies, industry discussions and on-site interviews with experts for WWD, WQP and SWS. New episodes of the podcast are released on the third Friday of every month. Logo Images: Anatoly Tiplyashin / Romolo Tavani / stock.adobe.com.
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