State Guidance and Predictive Modeling


The EPA included predictive modeling in its Guidance for Developing and Maintaining a Service Inventory, then deferred to state regulators to decide how they want their water systems to engage with the technology. 

Does your state accept predictive modeling for service line material inventories? Check the state guidance and predictive modeling map.

We have also included the states that have not released guidance but have predictive modeling or statistical analysis as acceptable methods in their state-specific inventory templates. Lastly, there are states that have no published guidance but have included predictive modeling in their RFPs to support water systems in developing their lead service line inventories. 

Let’s talk about how we can collaborate to Get the Lead Out of the Ground!

If you live in a state without published guidance and would like to start that conversation with your regulators, please reach out to see how we can help.

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