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The online seminar, Dr. John Snow Speaks from Beyond the Grave, that was held on March 12, 2013, was a lot of fun and seemed to be well received by our audience. The entire two-hour seminar can be found at: … Continue reading
By Michael J. McGuire Alan Roberson is the Director of Federal Relations for the American Water Works Association. He has released the latest in a series of drinking water regulatory updates. The regulatory update covers these important topics: Consumer Confidence … Continue reading
by Michael J. McGuire On October 11, 2012, Alan Roberson, Director of Federal Relations, American Water Works Association, Government Affairs Office, gave a talk to the Member Agency Water Quality Managers in Los Angeles. In the late 1980s, I actually … Continue reading
by Michael J. McGuire Alan Roberson has released the text of a presentation that he made recently that is, in effect, a drinking water regulatory update. He also noted that he will be presenting at an AWWA webcast on he implications … Continue reading
by Michael J. McGuire I have this recurring nightmare. The California Department of Public Health is criticized for taking too long to set a maximum contaminant level for hexavalent chromium. Frustrated environmental groups sue CDPH. The California Legislature calls a public … Continue reading
by Michael J. McGuire Alan Roberson is the Director of Federal Relations for the American Water Works Association in their Washington, DC office. Every few months, he sends out a highly informative Drinking Water Regulatory Update to a list of interested parties. He … Continue reading