Updates from Vermont Rural Water
Winter Newsletter, Free Autosamplers for Wastewater Surveillance, Drinking Water Public Library
Heavy rain and snowmelt have led to a risk of flooding and power outages. Click for a list of resources as well as emergency preparedness and safety tips.
Orthophosphate can be easily tested in-house to help you optimize treatment and identify process problems quickly and efficiently
Homes and businesses may have roof or perimeter drains that are connected to sewer lines, which means this water is sent to wastewater facilities. Learn how to find and remediate these inflow sources.
Vermont Rural Water’s well camera can be used to help drinking water systems investigate bacterial contamination.
The Bloomfield Water System serves just 19 connections and employs one part-time operator. For very small systems like this, planning for the future can be tricky.
Cyber Attack at Water System, Proposed Changes to Lead and Copper Rule
Updates to Water Supply Rule Revisions, State Revolving Fund Applications, Writing Better Job Ads, December Trainings
Welcome Allison, Flood Recovery Roundtable, Webinar on Power Outages
PFAS Settlements for Public Water Systems, November Trainings