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AL – Cybersecurity, Nutrient Removal, Breakpoint Chlorination, and Contaminants

Beeland Park Community Center 1204 1/2 E Commerce St, Greenville, AL, United States

We cordially invite water and wastewater operations professionals to attend our informative training course on critical topics in the water treatment industry. Participants will have the opportunity to significantly expand their knowledge and understanding of several key areas, including cybersecurity for industrial control systems, current practices in nutrient removal, breakpoint chlorination principles, and emerging contaminants […]

Free

ND – Wastewater Training

Four Bears - TERO Building - New Town ND 202 Frontage Rd, New Town, ND, United States

5/29/2024 Terro Building – 4 Bears – McKenzie County 9:00 am Sunflo – Lagoon Aeration 10:00 am Jasper – Mag Flow Measurement 11:00 am CC Steel – Sewer Line Rehabilitation 3 HOUR TRAINING SESSION 8:30 am Registration 9:00 am Training Begins 12:00 am Training Ends Training is complimentary and open to all interested parties, including […]

Free

ND – Wastewater Training

Spirit Lake Casino, Walking Eagle Ballroom 7889 ND-57, St. Michael, ND, United States

Wastewater Training 2024: Course offered live face to face with an online attendance option (hybrid) to meet EPA Grant deliverables. 5/30/2024 Spirit Lake Casino – Benson County 9:00 am Sunflo – Lagoon Aeration 10:00 am Jasper- Mag Flow Measurement 11:00 am CC Steel – Sewer Line Rehabilitation 3 HOUR TRAINING SESSION 8:30 am Registration 9:00 […]

Free

ME – Cybersecurity and Physical Security for Water Systems

Maine Rural Water Associaion - 254 Alexander Reed Rd, Richmond, ME 254 Alexander Reed Rd, Richmond, ME, United States

This course will review cybersecurity and physical security as it relates to the water industry fields. Topics covered will include: -Overview of CISA’s Cybersecurity Resources and Capabilities -Operational Technology Definitions and Use Cases -Analysis of an Attack on Operational Technology Infrastructure -Steps to Prevent a Cyber Attack -Recommendations for Enhancing Cybersecurity Programs -Overview of CISA’s […]

Free

NH – Polymer Master Class and Corrosion Control

Lebanon City Hall Council Chambers 51 North Park Street, Lebanon, NH, United States

Part 1: structured to encourage operators to not concentrate entirely on the price per # of the polymer, yet to dig deeper and determine if the polymer is the best match for your individual sludge characteristics, dewatering equipment, and how the polymer is being made down and introduced into the process. Polymer concentration, as well […]

MN – Wastewater Operation and Maintenance for Minnesota Tribal Systems

Lower Sioux Community 39527 RSVN HWY 1, Morton, MN, United States

June 13, 2024 Lower Sioux Community - 39527 RSVN HWY 1 Morton, MN 56270 (Renville County) 8:00am - MRWA Updates, Services, and Operations Specialist's Resources 9:00am - Efficient Flow: Understanding Wastewater Force Mains and Air Relief Valves 10:00am - Modern Wastewater Technology: Advancements and Innovations 11:00am - Wastewater Laboratory 101 12:00pm - Lunch (provided) 12:30pm […]

Free

AL – Regulatory Update, Operator Certification Update, Basic O/M of a Water/Wastewater Operator

Eufaula Chamber of Commerce 333 East Broad St, Eufaula, AL, United States

This operator training course will provide a comprehensive regulatory update from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) pertaining to critical policies and certification requirements. Additionally, the course will delve into recommended best practices for the operation and maintenance of water and wastewater infrastructure to ensure compliance and process optimization. The goal is to equip […]

Free

HI – Emerging Contaminants

Molokai, Hawaii HI, United States

Introduction and impacts of emerging contaminants for water and wastewater utilities.

IL – Emergency Planning and Cybersecurity Considerations, Algea Control for Lagoons, Control Strategies for Lagoons

Macon Community Center 1039 S. Woodstock St., Macon, IL, United States

Illinois Rural Water Association, with funding from the U.S. EPA, through a partnership with NRWA, is conducting this no cost training program. Sessions will include information on Emergency Planning and Cybersecurity Considerations, Algae Control for Lagoons, and Control Strategies for Lagoons. The intended audience of this program is Illinois public wastewater supply officials including operational […]

Free

TN – EPA Priority Area 2 Training for Small and Rural Wastewater Systems

Huntland Community Center 100 Moore Lane, Huntland, TN, United States

The EPA Priority Area 2 Training for Small and Rural Wastewater Systems provides an opportunity for these systems to obtain specialized, remote training and continuing education credits. The training will focus on: (1) Emerging contaminants (2) Cybersecurity (3) State Revolving Fund availability and the application process (4) Wastewater/collection system regulatory updates The training is available […]

Free

TN – Emerging Contaminants, Cybersecurity, and Funding Resources

Huntland Community Center 100 Moore Lane, Huntland, TN, United States

The EPA Priority Area 2 Training for Small and Rural Wastewater Systems provides an opportunity for these systems to obtain specialized, remote training continuing education credits. The training will focus on: (1) Emerging contaminants (2) Cybersecurity (3) State revolving fund availability and the application process (4) Wastewater/collection system regulatory updates The training is available to […]

Free

NH – Asset Management: Which Assets Are Critical to Sustained Performance?

Peterborough Community Center Dining Room 25 Elm Street, Peterborough, United States

This course is to provide NH’s drinking water and wastewater operators with best management practices for their most critical assets. During this course, the participants will be provided with specific examples of how assets can fail- there are four primary failure modes. They will learn how to determine the likelihood of failure and the consequences […]