Steve Hoch to Present "Pump Water at Your Financial Risk" at the CA-NV AWWA Conference
On October 25, Steve Hoch will present "Pump Water at Your Financial Risk" at the California-Nevada American Water Works Association's (CA-NV AWWA) Annual Fall Conference in Reno, Nevada. Mr. Hoch’s presentation will discuss how the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation & Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA), better known as Superfund, negatively effects municipal and private water providers seeking to serve their citizens/customers with safe drinking water when their source is contaminated.
To learn more about this event, visit the AWWA website.
About CA-NV AWWA
In response to waterborne diseases spreading prevalent at the time, the American Water Works Association was founded in 1881 to ensure safe and clean drinking water for everyone. Now over 130 years later it has grown into the largest nonprofit education and science centered association dedicated to WATER, our most important resource in the world. AWWA has roughly 50,000 members worldwide. AWWA & The California – Nevada Section of AWWA are two associations linked together by a common belief and a common passion – Safe and Reliable Drinking Water. Our passion is to support the drinking water professionals that provide water to millions of people throughout California and Nevada.
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