Cyanotoxins in Drinking Water: Protection and Response
Join drinking water providers, land managers, agency personnel, and health and public safety officials to:
- Learn about cyanotoxins, and identify watershed management strategies that reduce risks of cyanotoxin formation.
- Strengthen relationships between water providers and emergency response agencies, and discuss cyanotoxin incident response roles and responsibilities.
- Participate in an interactive emergency response table top exercise to improve response and protect public health from a cyanotoxin detection in finished drinking water.
- Identify resources to help water systems prepare in the event of a cyanotoxin detection.
- Amy Williams Presentation
- Maureen Pepper Presentation
- Frank Wilhelm Presentation
- Mark Becktel and Lacey Goeres-Priest Presentation
- Cyanotoxin Materials and Other Resources
There is no cost to attend the workshop, but advanced registration is required. Lunch is provided.
Drinking Water CEUs
This workshop has been approved for .775 CEUs.