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Posted on: October 6, 2017

[ARCHIVED] H2knOw Luncheon


What: Source Water Protection, H2knOw Luncheon

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

Where: 60 Heid Ave

Why: Discover funding available for your business while gaining insight from other professionals

RSVP:   Here



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

A: The SWPP program continues to protect and preserve the region's drinking water in partnership with our citizens and business community.  Plus the program provides training opportunities to assist reducing risk of our drinking water.

Q: How does the SWPP partner with business and reduce risk?

A: We offer assistance in completing a Regulated Substance Activity Inventory Report (RSAIR), providing grants for Best Business Practice (BMP),  setting up employee training, and becoming Blue-Gold Certified.


For comments or concerns, contact or the Department of Water, Division of Environmental Management at 937-333-3725.

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