Protecting Public Health and the Environment.
The drinking water capacity development program helps public drinking water systems improve or optimize their technical, managerial and financial framework so they can sustainably provide safe drinking water to their customers in a cost-effective manner.
Water system capacity is the ability to plan for, achieve, and maintain compliance with drinking water standards. Three major components of capacity are identified in the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA):
Capacity development provisions provide an exceptionally flexible framework within which states and water systems can work together to ensure that systems acquire and maintain the technical, financial and managerial ability to consistently achieve the health objectives of the SDWA.
Capacity Development CoordinatorCurtis StoehrDEQ State OfficeWater Quality Division1410 N. HiltonBoise, ID 83706(208) email@example.com
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