AC22 - How It's Going: The First Year of the New ELAP Regulations
Recorded On: 04/12/2022
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Non-Member fee: $35.00
1.2 contact hours towards CWEA's: LAB Certification
SWRCB Drinking Water CEUs: 1.0
After the first year of implementation of the ELAP regulations, effective January 1, 2021. I wanted to give the laboratory community a summary of how its going and where we see the next couple of years is headed until the TNI standard minus 2 is effective January 1, 2024.
Have knowledge of the history of CA ELAP new regulations
Have the knowledge of the resources ELAP has offered to help CA labs comply with TNI standard minus 2.
Have knowledge of where CA ELAP is headed in the next couple of years when the TNI standard minus 2 is effective in CA labs.
Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP)
Christine Sotelo is the Chief of California's Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program. Christine has over 20 years of regulatory experience with the California Water Boards and California Department of Public Health in the areas of water quality monitoring and assessment; municipal storm water program permitting and auditing; water quality investigations and multi-agency enforcement actions; CEQA compliance and emergency management. From 2007 to 2012, she managed the Small Municipal Storm Water Program and advanced the state’s regulation of storm water quality by developing rules and policies for protecting California waters.
Amber Baylor, MS, MPA
Director of Environmental Compliance
South Orange County Wastewater Authority
Amber Baylor has a B.A. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Lindsey Wilson College and a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University. Ms. Baylor spent 10 years managing a water quality laboratory for a water and wastewater utility servicing over 150,000 service connections. Ms. Baylor now serves as the Director of Environmental Compliance for a utility with a service area of 500,000 people.
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