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New SRS Product – Guidance for Designing Communications Systems for Water Quality Surveillance and Response Systems

New SRS Product – Guidance for Designing Communications Systems for Water Quality Surveillance and Response Systems

 

Good Afternoon,

A new product within EPA’s Water Quality Surveillance and Response System has been released.  This guidance document can be downloaded for free from EPA’s Water Quality Surveillance and Response System website at the following link below.

 

This is just one piece of 5 new guidance documents planned surrounding water quality surveillance and response.  Others will focus on source water monitoring.  Once released, I will be sharing links.

 

Guidance for Designing Communications Systems for Water Quality Surveillance and Response Systems

Online water quality and enhanced security monitoring components of a Water Quality Surveillance and Response System (SRS) require that data be transmitted from remote monitoring locations to a control center using a wired or wireless data communications system. The document Guidance for Designing Communications Systems for Water Quality Surveillance and Response Systems describes the overall process for identifying available communications technologies, establishing evaluation criteria, comparing alternatives, and selecting a technology (or technologies).

 

Download: https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2016-09/documents/srs_communications_guidance_081016.pdf

 

Patti Kay Wisniewski

Drinking Water Security Coordinator

Drinking Water Branch (3WP21)

US EPA Region 3

1650 Arch Street

Phila, PA 19103

 

215-814-5668

215-514-7893 (cell)

wisniewski.patti-kay@epa.gov

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