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"The Clarifier" is published by the Kansas Rural Water Association and is provided to water and wastewater utilities, associate members, agencies and other friends. This newsletter is in addition to KRWA’s regular news magazine, The Kansas Lifeline.

DECEMBER 2016
IN THIS ISSUE...

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  • Make a New Year's Source Water Resolution
  • Looming Water Right Deadlines – Extensions and Water Use Reports
  • Operator Refresher Course at Emporia
  • KRWA's 2017 Annual Conference & Exhibition
  • National Rural Water Association Establishes Apprenticeship Program
  • Filing Woes'! How Long Do We Need to Maintain Water Records?
  • Well Contamination Incident in North-Central Kansas
 

AUGUST 2016
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  • Changes Concerning Lead and Copper Rule Implementation
  • USDA Rural Development’s RD Apply Going Well
  • EPA Releases Online Mapping Tool on Drinking Water
  • KRWA Staff Gain Information at In-Service Sponsored by NRWA
  • Leavenworth RWD 9 Works to Protect Wellfield; Asks for KRWA's Help
  • Osage RWD 6 Completing KAN STEP Project
  • What Does Local Government Think of EPA's Water Program?
 

DECEMBER 2015
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  • Online Water Use Reporting
  • The Revised Total Coliform Rule
  • Rural Water District Maps Online
  • DWR Expected to Propose Regulations for Over-Pumping
  • Wastewater Workshops Well-Attended
 

AUGUST 2015
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  • Survey: Water System Priorities, Needs
  • KCC Oil/Gas Remediation Program
  • Public Water Use in Western Kansas
  • Maintaining Chlorine Residuals
  • Where is Our Waterline?
 

DECEMBER 2014
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  • How Much Water Do Public Water Systems In Kansas Use?
  • The Cost of Meeting Federal Drinking Water Standards
  • National Security Agency Director Says Cybersecurity Threats Against Utilities Are Very Real
  • Is EPA Missing an Opportunity to Ignore Good Science on Arsenic?
  • Blue Rapids, KS City Employees Wear Many Hats
  • Backflow Prevention, Electrical Maintenance, Confined Space and System Operations Continue to Draw Capacity Attendance
  • Some Small Systems Caught by EPA Stage 2 Sampling Rule
  • 2015 Conference & Exhibition
 

AUGUST 2014
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  • National Rural Water Association Advocates for Relief Under the Lead and Copper Rule
  • Sustainable Management for Water and Wastewater Utilities Workshops
  • Changing Rules for Professionals Who Assist Local Governments
  • EPA Proposes Rule to Clarify Clean Water Act
  • Training - KRWA's Number 1 Mission
 

MAY 2014
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  • USDA Rural Development Announces Nearly $7 Million in Kansas Water Infrastructure Projects
  • Safe Drinking Water Act Compliance Training
  • The Heartbleed Bug: Let’s Get to the Heart
    of the Matter
  • KRWA Training Schedule
  • Highest Attendance Ever at 2014 KRWA Conference
 

FEBRUARY 2014
IN THIS ISSUE...

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  • KRWA Takes Positions on Legislation
  • National RUS Administrator to Attend KRWA Conference
  • Proposed Fee Changes for KDHE Laboratories
  • KRWA Participates in Rural Water Rally
  • Update: Lead-Free Hydrants; Low-Lead Brass
  • KRWA GPS Mapping Update
  • Wisconsin Researchers Find Estrogen in Well Water
  • Plan Now to Attend 2014 Conference
 

DECEMBER 2013
IN THIS ISSUE...

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  • Changes From KDHE's Lab
  • Fire Hydrants – Lead Free?
  • Need A Rate Review?
  • KRWA Training; Conference 2014
  • GPS Mapping, Subsidy
  • Complaints Filed With KUUNC