America's Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 (AWIA)

AWIA was signed into law on October 23, 2018. Under AWIA, all water systems that serve a population of 3001 people or more must conduct a Risk Assessment (RA), followed by the development or update of their emergency response plans (ERP) within six months of the completion of the risk assessment.  AWIA compliance deadlines begin March 2020.

AWIA outlines specific elements that ensure our Nation’s water infrastructure is updated and improved over the course of the next several years.  These entities must certify with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that these assessments have been conducted and the plans have been reviewed/updated. 

Is your organization ready for AWIA Compliance? March 2020 is coming soon!

How ERUdyne Supports AWIA Compliance

AWIA Compliant Risk Assessments


ERUdyne's AWIA Compliant Risk Assessment Practice Includes:

  •  Existing Risk Assessment Review
  • Risk Assessment Design and Conduct
  • Financial Risk
  • Operational Risk
  • CyberSecurity
  • Physical Plant
  • Community Impact

Emergency Response Plan Development


ERUdyne's AWIA Compliant Emergency Response Plan Development Includes:

  • Facilities Review
  • Crisis Communications
  • Media Relations 
  • Evacuation
  • Employee Roles and Responsibilities
  • Secession Planning
  • Whole Community Response
  • Recovery Planning

Training and Exercise Support


ERUdyne's AWIA Focused Training and Exercise Services Include:

  • AWIA Compliance Workshop Series
  • Senior Leader Risk Assessment Tabletop Exercises
  • Risk Based Scenarios such as Insider Threat; Active Shooter; Water Contamination
  • Recovery-Based Scenarios for Business and Community Organizations