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Some Things to Remember When You Start Your Spring Cleaning

While you’re reorganizing your home, now is a great time to check the batteries in your smoke detectors. Working smoke detectors help protect your family in the event of a fire. 47 more words

Want to Work in Climate Change?

EPA has just announced a new position opening in the Water Security Division’s Threats Analysis, Prevention and Preparedness (TAPP) Branch in Washington, DC.

Interested candidates need to know that the closing date for applications is… 176 more words

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WLA Tabletop Exercise Webcast Opportunities

EPA’s Water Laboratory Alliance (WLA) will be conducting three additional WLA TTX Webcasts between March and May 2015.  The webcasts will examine the coordination of laboratory services in response to a drinking water contamination incident. 111 more words

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DHS Webinar – Changing Precipitation, Drought, and the Impacts to Infrastructure

As part of an ongoing webinar series, the DHS Office of Infrastructure is hosting a webinar titled, “Changing Precipitation, Drought, and the Impacts to Critical Infrastructure.” 102 more words


EPA to Host Cyber Security Workshops

EPA’s Water Security Division has been able to secure some additional funds to conduct free one-day cyber security workshops in New Jersey, Washington, DC, South Carolina, California, and Florida.   46 more words

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Flood Resilience: A Basic Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities Webinar for States

ASDWA and EPA invite you to attend a one hour training webinar on EPA’s new document titled Flood Resilience: A Basic Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities… 165 more words