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Drinking Water Services Program Update . Dave Emme May 2017 Outline. Federal landscape Policy Budget EPA Regulation Drinking Water program update Resources Accomplishments

Areas of Focus Federal Landscape Executive Orders EO 13771 REDUCING REGULATION AND CONTROLLING REGULATORY COSTS, January 30, 2017 Unless prohibited by law, no new regulations unless offset by repeal of two existing regulations. Net zero cost of new regulations. Executive Orders EO 13777 ENFORCING THE REGULATORY REFORM AGENDA, February 24, 2017 Agencies to designate Regulatory Reform

Officer and Regulatory Reform Task Force to identify regulations for repeal or replacement that: Eliminate jobs or inhibit job growth Are outdated or unnecessary; Costs exceed benefits; Derive from prior rescinded Executive Orders FR notice 4/13/17 solicited public comments. 72,385 comments received. Executive Orders EO 13781 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR REORGANIZING THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH, March 13, 2017 Agencies to submit reorganization plans within 180 days.

OMB to solicit public suggestions for reorg. OMB to submit an overall Plan that considers: Whether States can perform the function; Elimination of redundant functions; Whether benefits justify costs; Costs of shutting down or merging agencies, programs or functions. Federal Budget Continuing Resolution funds Agencies through September 30, 2017. Steep cuts to EPA proposed for 2018. Still early, Congress to decide, another CR is also possible EPA budget trend 1980-2018

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Themes from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt: The Rule of Law Matters perceived overreach of statutory authority Process Matters reaction to sue then settle Cooperative Federalism as a Guiding Principle deference to States as primary implementers EPA Policy and Regulatory Outlook

Drinking Water program Still a priority, but resources will be constrained at both the Federal and State level. Continued support for State Revolving loan fund program. EPA Drinking Water Standards Process Contaminant Candidate List EPA to publish list every 5 yrs. Contaminants known or suspected to occur in DW Regulatory Determination

Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule Collect data on contaminants suspected to be present in DW Up to 30 contaminants every 5 yrs EPA must determine whether to regulate at least 5 from latest CCL (every 5 yrs). 3 Criteria used:

Adverse health effect Known or likely to occur at levels of concern Meaningful opportunity for health risk reduction Development of Standard EPA Drinking Water Program Outlook Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring UCMR 3 monitoring completed 2015-16 and posted in January 2017, included: 28 chemicals and 2 viruses. Including perfluorinated (PFOA/PFOS) compounds and hexavalent chromium. UCMR 4 monitoring to take place 2018-20,

includes 10 cyanotoxins and 20 additional chemicals. EPA Drinking Water Program Outlook Continued focus on lead and reducing exposure. Lead and Copper Rule revisions. EPA White Paper. LSL replacement Improved Optimal corrosion control treatment Health-based benchmark for lead Clarify and strengthen sampling requirements

Increased transparency Decouple copper from lead Perchlorate proposed MCL by Oct 31, 2018 Low concentrations in some wells in Lower Umatilla Basin. Big issue in NV and the lower Colorado River. Oregon Drinking Water program update Oregon Drinking Water Program Rules and Health-based Standards Source Water

Assessment and Protection Technical and Financial Assistance Grant & Contract Admin. Data Mgt. Assess Monitoring Reports

Investigate Contaminants On-site Sanitary Surveys Enforcement Plan Review Certification of Operators, Testers, Labs Oregon water systems by

type DWS Revenue Sources FY15-17 Medical MJ; 23.62% Fees; 13.16% Federal; 63.23% DWS Expenditure Categories FY1517 Contracts; 19.02% Dept of Ag; 0.76% County LHAs; 14.46%

Cost allocations; 19.19% OHA Personnel & Services; 46.56% DWS FTE Trends35% reduction from 2009 60 50 40 30

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2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 P e rce n t

Percent of OR community systems that meet health-based standards throughout the year 100 80 60 40 20 0 Oregon USA Compliance progress, but still work to do In the past year: 1606 contaminant alerts 25 Level 2 investigations for E. coli.

20 lead and copper exceedances 3 arsenic exceedances 3 nitrate exceedances 215 unaddressed violations currently. 6 boil water advisories currently. Drinking Water Services--Areas of focus Continued focus on Lead. Approved a schedule for improved corrosion control in Portland. Conducting on-site reviews of LCR compliance at large systems. On-going assistance to ODE related to lead in schools.

Drinking Water Services--Areas of focus Surface Water systems/Microbials. Implementation of Revised Total Coliform Rule. LT2 Rule. Portland to install Crypto treatment. On-going assistance to systems through Optimization program. Drinking Water Services--Areas of focus Small system compliance issues. Over 90% of OR public water systems serve fewer than 500 people. Tracking and follow-up of Priority NonCompliers. Targeted technical and financial

assistance. Drinking Water Services--Areas of focus Business process improvements. Expand electronic reporting. State-County workgroup. Long-term planning Possible repeal of non-EPA systems Revisit fee structure. Drinking Water Services-Conclusions Continued success is dependent on the contributions of many partners, including: EPA Local Health Depts

Dept of Agriculture Oregon DEQ Infrastructure Financing Authority Technical assistance contractors Oregon Public Health lab [email protected] 971-673-0415

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