Delaware Rural Water Association “On The Waterfront” Newsletter
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Be sure to check out the Preventative Maintenance Card File for Small Public Water Systems Using Ground Water. This newly offered product from the EPA offers tips on developing a preventative maintenance program and some great security measures. Click Here to Access the File. Just print out the pages, place them in a card file box and follow the monthly tips and reminders.
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State Rural Water Associations
Southern Corrosion: The Leader in Tank & Tower Maintenance Programs
Southern Corrosion, Inc. is a leader in water tank and water tower maintenance programs in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the U.S. They were the first to create the Engineered Tank Care concept, with on-staff engineers managing the standards and specifications for each custom maintenance contract.
Their water tank maintenance programs are overseen by on-staff engineers. They focus on water tank life and appearance, water quality, and a level of care and attention to detail that is unequaled in our industry. When a water tank enters their Engineered Tank Care program, they are fully vested in the life and future of that tank. It’s all about maximizing water tank life, keeping water tanks looking their absolute best, and making water tank management cost-effective, simple, and worry-free
DRWA: Sponsorship Positions for 2017 Available!
The Delaware Rural Water Association invites you to become one of our selected Corporate Sponsors for 2017. Being a Corporate Sponsor allows you to have priority services that we offer and demonstrate your products at our annual functions…
Our Corporate Sponsorships are designed with a couple of levels to meet your company’s marketing and promotional needs which will provide you with optimum exposure to your customers.
Delaware Public Water Systems Honored: CDC Fluoridation Award
The Delaware Division of Public Health has announced that 30 Delaware communities have been awarded a Water Fluoridation Quality Award from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This award is granted to communities that adjust and achieve a fluoride level in drinking water that is optimal in the prevention of tooth decay for 12 consecutive months in a year. For 2011, a total of 2500 water systems in 33 states received these awards, a significant increase in the number of participating states and water systems that received awards in previous years.