Appointed by Governor: Anwural Huq, Ph.D.; Edwin A. Merrifield; Stephen T. Moyer.
Appointed by Senate President: Brian E. Frosh; Norman R. Stone.
Appointed by House Speaker: Donald B. Elliott; Peter A. Hammen.
Representative of Chesapeake Bay Commission: Ann Pesiri Swanson
Representative of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission: Stephen C. Gerwin
Representative of Chesapeake Bay Program Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Patti Kay Wisniewski
Representative of School of Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University: Kellogg Schwab, Ph.D.
Representative of Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Kim Coble
Representative of Maryland Association of Counties: Dan Ward
Representative of Maryland Municipal League: Nancy Hausrath
Ex officio: Virginia F. Kearney, designee of Secretary of the Environment; Diane L. Matuszak, M.D., designee of Secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene; James Noonan, designee of Secretary of Planning.
Staff: Karen Dickerson
c/o Water Management Administration
Dept. of the Environment
Montgomery Park Business Center, 1800 Washington Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 537-3512; 1-800-633-6101 (toll free, Maryland)
The State Advisory Council on Water Security and Sewerage Systems was formed in January 2004 (Chapter 534, Acts of 2002). The Council studied new technologies for water security and sewerage systems. Comparing the costs of new technologies with the costs of current methods for disinfection, the Council was to develop a funding system for implementing the new technology.
Environmental and health issues involving the use of chlorine and other methods to disinfect drinking water and wastewater were assessed by the Council. The Council also examined cost and security issues concerning the use and storage of each method of disinfection.
The Council submitted its report to the General Assembly on December 1, 2004.
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