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May 25, 2021 | 1pm EDT
Under the new Lead and Copper Rule revisions, all public water systems must submit an inventory documenting materials of service lines for both publicly and privately-owned LSL material. Creating and validating this inventory will serve as the foundation of your compliance program and access to funding resources. It’s important to get it right.
Over the next few months, it will be critical to create your plan and begin building your inventory.
And we know how much work this can add to an already stretched workforce. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we are building the largest lead service line inventory in the country!
120Water wants to work with you to fill in the data gaps and build your preliminary inventory using our proprietary Lead Service Line Probability Finder. But it doesn’t stop there. We’ll partner with you to provide continued support and tools needed to validate and manage your inventory throughout your compliance journey.
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Megan Glover is the CoFounder and CEO of 120Water. A data and software veteran, prior to founding 120Water she spent nearly 15 years as an executive building and scaling various software as a service products in the midwest. With a passion and knowledge base for utilizing modern software technology to solve problems, 120Water provides modern software and tools necessary to solve our most complex drinking water challenges.
Rory Billing is the Director of Solutions for 120Water. He draws on his past experiences in the technology and services industries to help the 120Water team translate market feedback into product strategy. Feel free to start a conversation with Rory about applications of the 120Water platform, the challenges posed by LCRR, or the frustrations of being a Cincinnati Reds fan at any time!
Erica Walker is the Sr. Director of Solution Services at 120Water. She joined 120Water in late 2018 from the Indiana Finance Authority, where she managed a statewide drinking water lead sampling program for public schools. She also has worked for the Water Quality Research Program for the City of Bloomington, Ind. and in the Air, Pesticides, Toxins Management Division of the US Environmental Protection Agency. She holds master’s degrees in Environmental Science and Public Affairs from Indiana University.