SDWA

AcronymDefinition
SDWASingapore-Delft Water Alliance (research project)
SDWASafe Drinking Water Act of 1974
SDWASouth Delta Water Agency (California)
SDWASystem Diagnostic Work Area (IBM)
SDWASan Diego Wrestling Association (San Diego, CA)
SDWASan Diego Windsurfing Association (San Diego,CA)
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Under the SDWA Amendment of 1986, the EPA set a maximum contaminant level goal (MCLG) and a maximum contaminant level (MCL) for fluoride at 4.
The SDWA establishes an Underground Injection Control program (UIC), which establishes "inspection, monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements" designed to protect drinking water sources from contamination due to injection operations.
Acting in tandem with SDWA, the Clean Water Act endows the EPA with
Although treatment was originally the focus of the SDWA, some of
Part II discusses the SDWA in detail and examines the manner in which the SDWA regulates drinking water.
Feasibility is defined by the SDWA as "[t]he level that may be achieved with the use of the best technology, treatment techniques, and other means which the EPA finds (after examination for efficiency under field conditions), are available, taking cost into consideration" (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2005).
17) The 1986 amendments to the SDWA included the prohibition against the use of lead-based fluxes, solders, and pipes in the public water systems.
Under the revised policy, a property owner "who installs submeters to accurately track usage of water by tenants on his or her property, will not then be subject to SDWA regulations solely as a result of taking the action to submeter and bill.
The SDWA set national standards for drinking water, in part by specifying impurities and in part by protecting groundwater from industrial contaminants.
Unlike the CWA, however, the SDWA also protects groundwater supplies.