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Pennsylvania Water Law by Michael D. Klein, Esq.
Michael D. Klein is a member in the Harrisburg, PA, and Washington D.C. offices of Cozen O’Connor. Michael practices in the areas of utility and environmental law in Pennsylvania. He can be reached at mklein@cozen.com and 717-703-5903. Joshua L. Belcher, attorney with Cozen O’Connor, assisted in the preparation of the article for PA-AWWA Water News Source, Summer 2013 issue.

PA-AWWA and PWEA 2020 JOINT TECHNICAL CONFERENCE IN STATE COLLEGE, PA ON MAY 3-6, 2020…SAVE THE DATE!!!

THE KEYSTONE WATER CONFERENCE PA-AWWA and PWEA 2020 JOINT TECHNICAL CONFERENCE IN STATE COLLEGE, PA ON MAY 3-6, 2020

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DEP identifies PFAS source in Bucks County as part of Ridge Run Investigation

DEP identifies PFAS source in Bucks County as part of Ridge Run Investigation COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA Dept. of Environmental Protection Commonwealth News Bureau Room 308, Main Capitol Building Harrisburg PA., 17120 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11/12/2019 CONTACT: Virginia Cain, DEP 484-250-5808 DEP identifies PFAS source in Bucks County as part of Ridge Run Investigation Norristown, PA […]

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EPA Proposal -Lead and Copper Rule Long Term Revisions

EPA Proposal -Lead and Copper Rule Long Term Revisions The proposed rule appeared in today’s Federal Register, with comments due in 60 days or January 13, 2020. Here is a link:  https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/current Proposed LCR LTR Nov 13 2019 Patti Kay Wisniewski Drinking Water Preparedness and Resiliency Coordinator US EPA Region 3 Drinking Water Section (3WD21) […]

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PA-AWWA NEW BYLAWS APPROVED AT THE JOINT UTILITY MANAGEMENT FALL CONFERENCE IN GETTYSBURG, PA ON NOVEMBER 1, 2019

          Liesel Gross, Lehigh County Authority with an approval vote for the new bylaws. PA-AWWA NEW BYLAWS APPROVED ON NOVEMBER 1, 2019 The PA-AWWA bylaws were approved at the Joint Fall Utility Management Conference in Gettysburg, PA on November 1, 2019. The new bylaws coincide with recent changes to the AWWA […]

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CAPITAL REGION WATER TO OPERATE BACKUP WATER SUPPLY

CAPITAL REGION WATER TO OPERATE BACKUP WATER SUPPLY Minimal Customer Impact Expected HARRISBURG, PA (Oct. 31, 2019) — Capital Region Water will begin temporarily pumping and treating water from its backup water source, the Susquehanna River, on Monday, November 4, 2019. This year, Capital Region Water will be blending with the primary water source, the […]

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