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Basic Safety Guidlines for Small Water Systems and Best Management Practices for Well Abandonment/Decommissioning have been posted. These include confined spaces entry and ladder safety guidelines as well as Excel worksheets for well plugging costs and state-by-state guidelines for decommissioning. See the Reports page.



The EPA Small Systems Corrosion Training Module is now available and can be downloaded and viewed in any web browser. Click here to download the Training Module.


  The Small Public Water System Technology Guide is available here! Please click on the topics below:

  Assessing Pretreatment Needs of Small Systems
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NE-WTTAC is one of the eight technology assistance centers in the United States that comprise TACNET. Funded by the U.S. EPA, the mission of TACNet is to form a network with the common goal to protect public health, improve water system sustainability, and enhance compliance. The centers address the needs of small public water systems, including systems that serve Indian tribes, by applying university resources in the following areas:
  • Technology verification
  • Pilot and field testing of innovative technologies
  • Training and technical assistance

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New England Water Treatment Technology Assistance Center
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH 03824
Fax: 603.862.3957
  Page Updated :: 2/4/2009
Copyright 2010

Dr. Robin Collins
T: 603.862.1407

Vasiliki Partinoudi
T: 603. 862.1412

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