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Drinking Water Small Systems Research

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Drinking water systems that serve fewer than 10,000 people are considered "small systems." Most are privately owned. Small systems face unique challenges when it comes to compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act and protecting human health.

Recent Publications
  • Panguluri, S., R. Haught, C. Patterson, et al. (2005). “EPA Small System Initiatives: Real-Time Remote Monitoring of Small Drinking Water Systems.” In: Improved Monitoring for Safe and Secure Water Supplies: An Integrated Approach to Emerging Information Technologies.” University of Illinois, Urbana, IL.
  • Panguluri, S., R. Haught, C. Patterson, et al. (2005). “Real-Time Remote Monitoring of Drinking Water Quality.” In: Proceedings of ASCE World Water and Environment Resources Conference, Anchorage, AK. Abstract Exit EPA Disclaimer

    Small System Publications

| Air | Climate Change | Groundwater & Ecosystems Restoration | Land, Waste & Cleanup | Sustainable Technology | Water |
| Technology Assessments, Verifications and Transfers | ETV | Water Technology Collaboration and Transfer |

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