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Drinking Water: The District of Columbia and Communities Nationwide Face Serious Challenges in Their Efforts to Safeguard Water Supplies: Congressional Testimony
John B. Stephenson (au)
The discovery in 2004 of lead contam. in D.C.’s drinking water resulted in an admin. order between the EPA and D.C.’s Water and Sewer Authority (WASA), requiring WASA to take a number of corrective actions. WASA also took longer-term measures, incl. a $400 million program to replace 35,000 lead service lines. Water utilities nationwide are under increasing pressure to make significant investments to upgrade aging and deteriorating infrastructures, improve security, serve a growing pop’n., and meet new regulatory require. This testimony discusses: WASA’s efforts to address lead contam. in light of its other pressing water infrastructure needs; and the extent to which WASA’s challenges are indicative of those facing water utilities nationwide. Illus.
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