PFAS - New Legislation, Mandates, Proper Sampling Protocol, & Next Steps
This webinar focuses on the new legislation that mandates all community public water systems, and non-transient, non-community (NTNC) schools and childcare facilities to sample finished drinking water for PFAS. The webinar will explore background information on PFAS, specifics of the new legislation, proper sampling protocol, and the next steps in the event that PFAS is found in excess within the finished water of a public water system.
Fee: Free - This class is funded by the Maine Drinking Water Program.
State Agency Approval:
Maine BLWSO: 1.0 TCH for Water Operators (159-2021)
Maine DEP: 1.0 TCH for Wastewater Operators (MRWA-221-013)
Alex Pugh – Maine CDC Drinking Water Program
Alex is the new Senior Environmental Hydrogeologist at the Drinking Water Program. Alex joined the Program this summer. Previously, he was a Certified Environmental Hydrogeologist with the DEPs Division of Technical Services. His work at DEP included sites contaminated with PFAS.
Ashley Hodge – Maine CDC Drinking Water Program
Ashley has a master’s degree in Earth & Environmental Science and is the Source Water Protection Coordinator for the Maine DWP. As a member of DWP’s Water Resources Team, she works on source water protection, water system security, and emergency preparedness.
THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT!
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