Water Quality Surveillance and Response
The SRS Capabilities Assessment Tool provides a custom set of recommendations and related guidance and tools for enhancing existing SRS capabilities. The tool’s initial online assessment can likely be completed in a matter of minutes. Access the tool.
A Water Quality Surveillance and Response System (SRS) is a framework designed to enhance a drinking water utility’s capability to quickly detect and respond to water quality issues.
Occurrence of Releases with the Potential to Impact Sources of Drinking Water – This report characterizes releases to sources of drinking water in the U.S. from 2010 to 2019.
Recorded SRS Webinars – This series of webinars features presentations by EPA, water systems, USGS, CDC, and contractors that cover a range of SRS topics and case studies.