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Small System Operator Training: Distribution Systems and Lab
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Small System Operator Training: Distribution Systems and Lab

This free, ADEQ-approved workshop qualifies for 6.5 contact hours, and a light lunch will be provided by AWWA. See below for details.

10/10/2018
When: October 10, 2018
From 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Where: Rio de Flag Water Reclamation Plant Atrium Conference Room
600 South Babbitt
Flagstaff, Arizona  86001
United States
Contact: Alan Forrest


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EVENT DETAILS

This ADEQ-approved workshop qualifies for 6.5 contact hours. Light lunch provided by AWWA.

 

There is NO fee to attend this workshop, but please register in advance to attend, as space is limited. All are invited to attend at no cost; however, priority will be given to those from small water systems.

 

Questions regarding registration: Alan Forrest at Alan.Forrest@hdrinc.com.

Questions on workshop content: Deborah Patton, RCAC, (623) 522-7453DPatton@rcac.org

  

Small System Operator Training: Distribution Systems and Lab Workshop

AGENDA (draft)

 

8:00-8:15 a.m.                     Sign-in and coffee

 

8:15 -8:30                            Welcome to Group by AWWA/RCAC

                                            Overview of the Class

                                            Participants Introductions

 

8:30-9:00                             Pre-test / Safe Drinking Water Act

 

9:00-10:00                          Distribution System Infrastructure

 

10:00-10:15                         Break

           

10:15-11:30                         Distribution Water Quality

 

11:30-12:15                         Working Lunch break

 

12:15-4:45 p.m.                    Learning Lab:  Hands on Lab

 

During this four-hour, hands-on course, participants practice collecting samples for several water quality parameters, including free and total chlorine, and total coliform bacteria.  In addition, participants learn about the advantages of chlorine residual mapping, how to plot chlorine residual levels on a distribution system map, and how to produce a contour map of the distribution system. Finally, appropriate follow-up options that may be necessary to address water quality issues such as main breaks and other challenges are discussed.

 

4:45-5:00 p.m.                     Wrap-up / Q&A / post-test / evaluations

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