SDWSSan Diego Watercolor Society
SDWSSecondary Drinking Water Standards
SDWSSimultaneous Driver and Wire Sizing
SDWSState Drinking Water Standard (environmental regulation)
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SDWS characteristics and challenges are particularly relevant to First Nations communities (Smith et al.
The population-specific nature of SDWS creates capacity and resource challenges common to both First Nations communities and rural Canada.
First Nations not only require technical, financial management and managerial capacity for handling SDWS, but they also require significant administrative capacity to navigate the federal government's bureaucracy to access funds and administer programs (Parsons 2003).
This seasonal isolation increases construction and day-to-day supply costs well above the already high per capita cost of SDWS.