ACWA to Host “Shifting TCP Treatment Costs from Ratepayers to Polluters” May 22

April 27, 2018
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In 2018 California water utilities must comply with the new TCP regulation.  Treatment will be expensive.  Time is running out.  Who will pay: the ratepayers or the polluters? A number of California water utilities have been successful in obtaining treatment costs from the polluters who caused the TCP contamination.

On May 22 at 10 am, a law firm with experience successfully representing water utilities impacted by TCP contamination will be hosting a free live webinar for ACWA members on “Shifting TCP Treatment Costs from Ratepayers to Polluters”.

In this timely webinar, representatives from SL Environmental Law Group PC will discuss the requirements for TCP testing and reporting, treatment costs, and legal options for seeking reimbursement from the polluters responsible for TCP contamination.

Register today to learn how water utilities are shifting TCP treatment costs from ratepayers to polluters. ACWA 1,2,3-TCP Webinar Registration