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Week 4 - Lead in Drinking Water - Four-Part Series Virtual Meeting Spring 2021

  • 28 Apr 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Meeting Platform


  • The adverse effects to health from lead in drinking water have been known for decades. The most common sources are from lead pipes, faucets, and plumbing fixtures. Although actions have been taken to reduce exposure under the Safe Drinking Water Act and USEPA‚Äôs Lead and Copper Rule, concerns over lead in drinking water continue. This session will address recent research on issues such as pipe corrosion and lead in school drinking water, highlighting case studies from regional programs such as Newark, NJ, and Philadelphia, PA.


Four-Part Series SETAC 2021 Spring Meeting!

Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Virtual Meeting online

HDC has organized four separate speaker sessions addressing different topics each week, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.  30 minutes allotted for each speaker including Q&A:

-          Week 4 - April 28, 2021please contact Linda Logan, linda.logan@terraphase.com for details.

Lead in Drinking Water: A Programmatic Perspective

Kira Smith, P.E., USEPA Drinking Water Protection Division within the Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water: Lead and Copper Rule 101

Sandra Kutzing, CDM SmithMore than meets the eye - Your corrosion control treatment may not be what you think.

Joe Luchette, Scott Renneisen and Michael Messina, Terraphase Engineering; Brent Sailhamer, PENNVESTLead in School Drinking and Childcare Drinking Water: Regulatory Review & Lessons Learned from Hands-On Sampling Programs at Over 10 School Districts and Program Administration for a Statewide Voluntary Self-Testing Program.


There will be 3 presentations with time for questions. 

Presentations will be hosted on the SETAC North America ZOOM account.  A link to the meeting will be added to the Events page once created.

HDC-SETAC is a regional chapter of SETAC North America (SETAC NA), which is the national scientific non-profit organization composed of more than 3,200 individuals. The Hudson-Delaware Chapter (HDC) was founded in 1984, making it one of the first established regional SETAC chapters within North America.

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Donald Nazario - President

Linda Logan - Vice President

Michael Firth - Treasurer


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