American Water Works Association – G300 Standard and Operational Guide Set
By Chi Ho Sham, PhD, Richard W. Gullick, PhD, Sharon C. Long, PhD, Pamela P. Kenel, PE
1. AWWA Standard G300, Source Water Protection (No. 47300)
This standard provides the definitive standard for a drinking water utility to protect its water supply sources.. It defines the minimum requirements for the development, implementation, and effectiveness assessment of source water protection programs for water utilities.
2. Operational Guide to AWWA Standard G300: Source Water Protection (No. 20622)
This companion guide provides practical instruction and guidelines for users of AWWA Standard G300, Source Water protection. It suggests various approaches for source water protection programs and includes worksheets and case studies of successful programs.
Please Note: AWWA opened a 30 day Public Comment Period on the ANSI/AWWA G300 Standard for Source Water Protection on October 25, 2013. The comment period is now closed.
Final publication of the standard may take several months. When it is available, a notice will be published in the official notice section of Journal – American Water Works Association. The standard becomes an effective AWWA standard on the first day of the month following such publication in Journal – American Water Works Association.
This standard describes the essential elements for the effective protection of source waters.
1. Clarification of certain concepts in the Standard
2. Moving optional analysis and plans from Section 4.2 to Section 4.4.
3. Updating concepts and references with information available after 2007.
Video of Chi Ho Sham, Ph.D. of the Cadmus Group, speaking at Connecticut Source Water Protection Workshop about the AWWA G300 Source Water Protection Standard October 8, 2010
Title: American Water Works Association G300 Standard for Source Water Protection
Date: Friday, October 08, 2010