Category: Water University

Energy Efficiency in Water/Wastewater Systems: 1 p.m. CDT May 18

Energy Efficiency in Water/Wastewater Systems: 1 p.m. CDT May 18  Register Now As many water utility operators know energy is a huge part of the operation budget and it doesn’t appear to be getting cheaper. The purpose of this webinar is to give water utility operators and management the tools to conduct an energy audit… Read more »

GIS for Rural & Small Utilities Series

This webinar series will focus on providing the business value of using a Geographic Information System to manage a rural water system. This three-part series includes introduction to GIS fundamentals, data conversion methods, solutions for water, taking it to the field and back, plus resources to get you started. Part 3: Going Mobile: Taking your… Read more »

Forming Responsible Management Entities: 2p.m. CST March 2

Forming Responsible Management Entities: 2p.m. CST March 2 Register Now The session will discuss the applicability of Responsible Management Entities and the different types of entities whether Governmental or Volunteer. The discussion will center around forming the Entities, the Entities focus, roles, and responsibilities. As many as 26 million homeowners living in subdivisions, mobile home… Read more »

Tactics of Physical Intrusion: 2 p.m. CST Jan. 26

Tactics of Physical Intrusion: 2 p.m. CST Jan. 26 Register Now Critical infrastructure is susceptible to a wide range of risks: from cyber attacks to service outages, but perhaps the most unnerving is the notion of a physical break-in. Attackers who can lay hands on technology and equipment are capable of stealing data, compromising operations,… Read more »

The Risks of Industrial Cyberattack and How You Can Manage Them: 2 p.m. CST Nov. 30

The Risks of Industrial Cyberattack and How You Can Manage Them: 2 p.m. CST Nov. 30 Click Here to Register The risks of significant, debilitating cyberattack on America’s water and wastewater treatment facilities are mounting. Without the proper industrial automation and control system defenses in place, a cyberattack can disable safe, normal operations, and put… Read more »

Quality on Tap! Let it work for you: 2 p.m. CST Nov. 2

Quality on Tap! Let it work for you: 2 p.m. CST Nov. 2 Click Here to Register “Quality On Tap – Our Commitment, Our Profession” is a nationwide, grassroots public relations and awareness campaign designed especially for the drinking water industry. QOT is intended to promote a positive image to the public, focusing on the… Read more »

Water University Launches Upgraded Website

DUNCAN, Okla. – Water University has completed a site-wide upgrade to improve the appearance and function of the website. One of the main features of the upgrade is that the entire Utility Management Certification process is handled within Water University. Users can now apply, test and renew without using a third-party testing site. The upgrade… Read more »

Navigating the Revised Total Coliform Rule: 2 p.m. CST Sept. 28

Navigating the Revised Total Coliform Rule: 2 p.m. CST Sept. 28  Click Here to Register The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency  published the Revised Total Coliform Rule in the Federal Register on February 13, 2013 – 78 FR 10269. All public water systems must comply with the requirements of the rule starting April 1. The RTCR… Read more »

Comprehensive Water Audits: 2 p.m. CST Aug. 18

Comprehensive Water Audits: 2 p.m. CST Aug. 18 Click Here to Register Learn the difference between a basic water audit and a comprehensive water audit so that your system can best manage its resources. We will discuss all forms of non-revenue water including leaks, stolen water, meter accuracy, flushing, city uses, fire suppression, and distribution… Read more »