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WaterISAC encourages utilities to report supply chain disruptions in a new survey.

WaterISAC encourages utilities to report supply chain disruptions in a new survey.

Special note: You do not need to be a member of the WaterISAC to complete this survey and you can share this email widely.

To increase participation in the survey, utilities are encouraged to forward this email and the survey information to colleagues in their utilities, peers in other utilities, and government partners. There is currently no response deadline for this survey; WaterISAC will keep the survey open indefinitely for utilities to report issues as they emerge.

WaterISAC encourages utilities to report supply chain disruptions in a new survey.

Members of the Water and Wastewater Sector:

WaterISAC has developed a survey for utilities to report supply disruptions they’ve experienced as part of an effort to further understand issues as they emerge nationwide. One ongoing issue is with liquid oxygen (LOX). WaterISAC received reports of water utilities being impacted by LOX disruptions beginning in the summer. Based on recent reports, the issue is continuing and potentially affecting more areas. The survey also provides the opportunity to report other supply chain disruptions, which could involve other chemicals, electronics, etc.

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The information collected from this survey will be treated as TLP:GREEN (see the Traffic Light Protocol, or TLP, webpage for more information) and shared within the water and wastewater sector, including with WaterISAC member and non-member utilities, sector associations, and federal partners. This information could be used to help identify areas where the federal government and regional or local networks can assist. Respondents have the option of making their identity and that of their utility confidential.

To increase participation in the survey, utilities are encouraged to forward this email and the survey information to colleagues in their utilities, peers in other utilities, and government partners. There is currently no response deadline for this survey; WaterISAC will keep the survey open indefinitely for utilities to report issues as they emerge.

Utilities can also report supply chain disruptions or ask questions by emailing analyst@waterisac.org or calling 866-H2O-ISAC.

Thank you for your participation and support.

Charles Egli
Director, Preparedness & Response
egli@waterisac.org

Mikko McFeely
Director, Resilience Programs
mcfeely@waterisac.org

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