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AWWA also publishes a variety of books, training manuals, standards, reports and videos for use by water professionals and others. Section conferences are also held in all parts of North America. Specialty conferences are held throughout the year on topics including water quality, distribution systems and utility management. Water industry resources[ edit ] Through the Partnership for Safe Water AWWA also works with the United States Environmental Protection Agency and other water organizations to help water providers optimize system performance beyond existing regulatory levels. In addition to publications and conferences for water professionals, AWWA hosts a variety of workshops, symposia, teleconferences, and programs focused on specific aspects of water stewardship. John L.

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AWWA also publishes a variety of books, training manuals, standards, reports and videos for use by water professionals and others. Section conferences are also held in all parts of North America. Specialty conferences are held throughout the year on topics including water quality, distribution systems and utility management. Water industry resources[ edit ] Through the Partnership for Safe Water AWWA also works with the United States Environmental Protection Agency and other water organizations to help water providers optimize system performance beyond existing regulatory levels.

In addition to publications and conferences for water professionals, AWWA hosts a variety of workshops, symposia, teleconferences, and programs focused on specific aspects of water stewardship.

John L. Leal Award. Water standards development[ edit ] In , AWWA began developing industry standards for products, processes and best practices. The AWWA Standards Program is recognized internationally as a source for scientific and management reference resources for the water community. Currently, there are over AWWA Standards covering filtration materials, treatment chemicals, disinfection practices, meters, valves , utility management practices, storage tanks , pumps, and ductile iron , steel , concrete , asbestos-cement, and plastic pipe and fittings.

In May , the United States Environmental Protection Agency entered into a cooperative agreement with a consortium led by NSF International to develop voluntary third-party consensus standards and a certification program for all direct and indirect drinking water additives. Other members of the consortium include AWWA. The consortium is responsible for the cooperative effort of manufacturers, regulators, product users and other interested parties that develop and maintain the NSF standards.

Drinking Water Week[ edit ] For more than 35 years, AWWA has set aside a week in the spring to recognize the importance of safe drinking water throughout North America.

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Full Description A cross-connection is an actual or potential connection between any part of a potable water system and any other environment that contains other substances that would allow such substances to enter the potable water system. Cross-connection control programs are intended to reduce the risk of contamination or pollution of the public water system. This fourth edition of AWWA Manual M14, Backflow Prevention and Cross-Connection Control, provides both technical and general guidance on the recommended procedures and practices for developing, operating, and maintaining a cross-connection control and backflow prevention program. This edition includes a new chapter on conducting a cross-connection control survey and expands the discussions on assessing the risks and preventing backflow. A greatly expanded appendix details how to test most backflow-prevention devices. Other issues covered include backflow prevention principles, assembly, application, installation, and maintenance; health and legal concerns; and detailed information on potential and real hazards.

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The minimum purchase order quantity for the product is 1 Add to cart More info Full Description A cross-connection is an actual or potential connection between any part of a potable water system and any other environment that contains other substances that would allow such substances to enter the potable water system. Cross-connection control programs are intended to reduce the risk of contamination or pollution of the public water system. This fourth edition of AWWA Manual M14, Backflow Prevention and Cross-Connection Control, provides both technical and general guidance on the recommended procedures and practices for developing, operating, and maintaining a cross-connection control and backflow prevention program. This edition includes a new chapter on conducting a cross-connection control survey and expands the discussions on assessing the risks and preventing backflow.

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