Leading on Lead: Long-Term Lead and Copper Rule Revisions, Compliance and Funding
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) has made $15 billion available through the State Revolving Loan Funds for replacing lead service lines. With the US Environmental Protection Agency finalizing the Long-Term Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR) on January 15, 2021, and the revisions becoming effective December 16, 2021, and a compliance date of October 16, 2024, NOW is a great time to find out what this means to your water systems.
This “In the kNOW” webinar provides a high-level overview of the key aspects of the LCRR revisions and tools for compliance including examples of specific State requirements and information on available funding through the BIL. The LCRR adds more complexity, logistical challenges, and data management considerations and can have significant impacts on the 60,000 public water systems required to comply with the rule.
- Russell Ford, Jacobs Drinking Water and Reuse Global Solutions Director
- Lauren Wasserstrom, Jacobs National Practice Leader for Lead and Copper Rule Compliance
- Tugba Akgun, Jacobs Northeast Practice Leader for Lead and Copper Rule Compliance
- Jennifer Liggett, Jacobs Global Technology Leader for Drinking Water Quality