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Main Title Lead and copper initial monitoring guidance for public water systems.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Water.
Publisher Washington State Dept. of Health, Division of Environmental Health, Office of Drinking Water,
Year Published 2002
Report Number EPA-816-R-02-009
Stock Number PB2002-107143
Subjects Drinking water--Sampling--Washington (State) ; Drinking water--Lead content--Washington (State) ; Drinking water--Copper content--Washington (State) ; Water-supply--Washington (State)--Quality control. ; Water-supply--Quality control.
Additional Subjects Lead(Metal) ; Copper ; Drinking water ; Water systems ; Pollution regulations ; Water pollution monitoring ; Water treatment ; Water quality management ; Compliance ; Public health ; Water distribution ; Potable water ; Public utilities ; Corrosion control ; Implementation ; US EPA ; Lead and Copper Rule
Internet Access
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https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPDF.cgi?Dockey=P1002YN5.PDF
http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS56033
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NTIS  PB2002-107143 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 01/01/1988
Collation 110 unnumbered pages ; 28 cm
Abstract
On June 7, 1991, the United States Environmental Protection Agency or EPA, published in the Federal Register, a regulation to control lead and copper in drinking water. This regulation is known as the Lead and Copper Rule (also referred to as the LCR or 1991 Rule throughout this document). On January 12, 2000, EPA published minor revisions to the 1991 Rule. The purpose of the Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions (LCRMR) is to eliminate unnecessary requirements, streamline and reduce monitoring and reporting burdens, and promote consistent national implementation. In some cases, EPA has added language which clarifies requirements and corrects oversights in the original rule. EPA calls the revisions minor because they do not affect the lead and copper maximum contaminant level goals, action levels, or other basic regulatory requirements to monitor for lead and copper at the tap and to optimize corrosion control. This guidance document has been developed for you, the water system owner and operator of community water systems (CWSs) and non-transient, non-community water systems (NTNCWSs). It provides a comprehensive discussion of the monitoring and monitoring-related reporting requirements of the LCR, as amended by the LCRMR.
Notes
"April 10, 2002." Microfiche.