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Report to Governor: Capacity Development Program: September 30, 2005
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.1 Report to Governor Capacity Development Program September 30, 2005 What is Capacity Development? The United States Environmental Protection Agency, USEPA, has recognized the need for each public water supply to have adeq uate managerial, financial and technical resources in order to operate in compliance with State and federal drinking water standards and requirements. These managerial, financial and technical abilities are called "capacity". USEPA refers to the implemen tation of these three program elements as "capacity development", and to the documentation of these elements as "capacity development demonstration". Illinois, as primacy agent for enforcement of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act, has implemented capacity development program. The primary goal of the Capacity Development program is to ensure that those who drink water in Illinois and across the country receive safe, potable water from each and every public water supply tap. Full Illinois Environme ntal Protection
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- contactCity: Springfield
- contactOrganization: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Bureau of Water
- contactPhoneNumber: 217-782-3397
- contactState: IL
- contactZipCode: 62702
- dateCreated: 10 05 2005
- dateLastModified: 10 05 2005
- description: The Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996 (SDWA) (PL104 -182, August 6, 1996, Title XIV, Section 1420) make provision for each primacy agent to provide for full funding of the State Revolving Loan (SRF) fund (Section 1452) allocation. This is contingent on the federal operator certification program requirements (Section 1419) being met and that a capacity development program is established and implemented. Failure to meet either the program or reporting requirements specified within these sections can result in withholding of up to 20 percent of the SRF funds available to the primacy program. Illinois has adopted legislation and rules (415 ILCS 5/15, 35 Ill. Adm. Code 651.102, 652.701-702; 77 Ill. Adm. Code 900.45(c)) for new public water supply systems, which must complete a capacity demonstration in order to obtain a construction or operating permit. The Strategy for Existing Public Water Systems was approved by U. S. EPA Region 5 September 27, 2000, and is being implemented. Revisions to the Strategy for Existing Public Water Systems have been made based upon experience learned through early implementation efforts. Those changes are noted in this report. New reporting criteria for Annual State Capacity Development Program Implementation Reports was developed by USEPA and sent to all primacy states on June 1, 2005, by certified mail (received by Illinois on August 25, 2005). This report is structured in accordance with that memorandum.
- govType: State
- language: EN-English
- originatorDepartment: Environmental Protection Agency
- originatorDivision: Bureau of Water
- originatorJurisdiction: Illinois
- originatorOffice: Illinois
- timePeriodTextual: October 1, 2004-September 30, 2005