On Friday, October 11, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) held public meetings in Sacramento and in Los Angeles to receive comments on the proposed MCL for hexavalent chromium. The California-Nevada Section of AWWA provided testimony to CDPH
in Los Angeles, and submitted written comments
jointly with AWWA’s regulatory office.
CA-NV AWWA comments suggested several important improvements to the CDPH regulation, in part based upon technical analyses by the Jacobs Engineering Group
and Water Quality and Treatment Solutions
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