Announcing the next gathering of the Native American Water Master’s Association (NAWMA). The purpose of NAWMA training meetings is to provide a forum to discuss evolving drinking water regulations, technologies and issues facing tribal water utilities. The meeting supports local tribal water operators by providing contact hours needed to maintain drinking water certification and allows for networking with
local operators. NAWMA sessions occur on a regular basis throughout the year and are coordinated by RCAC technical assistance providers. Agenda: USEPA Region 9 Regulations Update, o rTCR, o Lead and Copper Rule, o Consumer Confidence Reports,
o Public Notices, Protecting Water Quality in the Distribution System, o Sampling Technique Review, o Sample Siting Plans, o Monitoring Schedules, o Reporting Laboratory Results, IHS Update, Tribal Roundtable. Morning and afternoon snacks will be provided. Lunch is on your own. Cost: Free. This training is eligible for 6 continuing education contact hours. Tribal Operators Only!