The Lead and Copper Rule Revisions are asking utilities to manage more than they ever have before. Are you prepared to tackle the new requirements?
With new regulations, public water systems are increasingly being asked to do more to ensure the safety of their water–and to test, communicate, and report at levels they’ve never had to before.
New legislation, such as the updated Lead and Copper Rule, puts increased pressure on water systems to monitor and report on the safety of their water. The increasing operational and logistical strain creates a necessity for modern, digital water solutions. 120Water is the comprehensive compliance partner for water systems of any size.
Many systems have data spread across numerous sources, both digital and physical. This siloed data makes it difficult to manage and report on water programs. 120Water can help you centralize all your data into one place and integrate with other existing tools, making it simpler to manage your programs and report to necessary stakeholders.
Getting samples needed for water programs is never easy, between customer communication, logistics of getting the kit to and from the resident, and working with the lab. And it’s only going to get more difficult with updated sampling expectations under LCRR. 120Water’s sampling solution saves utilities time and resources, and makes the sampling process a breeze.
Customer communication is often difficult due to incomplete data–and new LCRR requirements may make it feel almost impossible. The 120Water communications solution allows utilities to streamline data and promptly and efficiently communicate with their customers, even when trying to hit 24-hour notification requirements.
The City of Loveland used 120Water to handle all logistics for LCR sampling kits & customer communication. The dedicated services team alongside kits and software took the guesswork out of LCR requirements, and the team met all testing standards through the automated program.