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Posted on: October 6, 2017

[ARCHIVED] H2knOw Luncheon & Learn


What: Source Water Protection, H2knOw Luncheon

When: Tuesday, October 24th 2017, 11:45 am - 1 pm

Where: 60 Heid Ave

Why: Dayton leads the nation in source water protection. Learn how to ‘unearth’ all funding available to your business while gaining insight from other professionals.

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Q: Why is the Source Water Protection Program (SWPP) important?

A: Without SWPP in place, our region’s drinking water supply would be at risk for contamination, potentially rendering the water undrinkable. The SWPP is a matter of public health and helps to ensure out region’s economic future.

Q: How does a business comply with the SWPP?

A: The city of Dayton, Department of Water seeks to establish partnerships throughout the city. For assistance in completing a Regulated Substance Activity Inventory Report (RSAIR), for comments or concerns, regarding city visits or for general information, contact or the Department of Water, Division of Environmental Management at 937-333-3725.

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