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Drinking Water Quality, continued

This framework established communication protocols for swift response to waterborne illness outbreaks and water security threats. The framework ensures consistent and accurate risk communication, including:

  • an established partnership for responding to emerging regulatory issues;
  • a reliable, consistent response to real or perceived water quality concerns; and
  • an accurate, rapid response system to emerging water quality issues.

The tools developed during this effort include a field-tested Framework for Action, along with case studies and training materials available in a handbook and CD-ROM.