November 4, 2005

The DWSP Partnership held its first annual meeting at the headquarters of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission in Laurel, MD. Please see the meeting notes for an overview of items discussed at the meeting. Please contact us if you would like a copy of the meeting packet, which includes additional details.

 

Potomac Drinking Water Source Protection Partnership Group Photo

 

The meeting began by passing the chairs of partnership committees to newly elected chairs for this year. The chair of the Governmental Committee was passed from ICPRB to EPA. The chair of the Utilities Committee was passed from WSSC to Fairfax Water, who will be chairing partnership meetings this year. The group then reviewed their accomplishments during their first year as a partnership, which included two successful technical workshops, the first on pathogens and the second on emerging contaminants. The group also outlined plans for the upcoming year and discussed priorities and funding opportunities. A committee was formed to further explore funding issues.

 

WSSC Welcomes the DWSP Partnership
Andrew Brunhart, General Manager of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC), welcomes the DWSP Partnership to WSSC headquarters.
Traci Kramer Goldberg
Traci Kammer Goldberg, of Fairfax Water, discusses highlights of the DWSP's activities relating to pathogens.
Plato Chen
Plato Chen, of WSSC, updates the group on recent studies to understand sources of disinfectant by-product precursors.
DWSP workgroup reports
DWSP Partnership members listen attentively to reports from the workgroups.
 

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