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WEB2255 - Lead & Copper Control with Phosphates





DESCRIPTION

This webinar covers the current U.S. EPA lead and copper rule regulation and the use of phosphates to help meet this regulation. Choice of phosphate products as well as dosage required for a distribution system is discussed. Phosphate feed systems and safety considerations are covered in detail based on the type of phosphate chosen for a system. Case studies showing the successful application of phosphates for lead and copper control and other water quality complaints are presented.


WEB2252 - Fall Protection - New Revisions





DESCRIPTION

This webinar will cover general industry requirements for fall protection and will highlight the major revisions issued in November 2016. Most of the provision came into effect in January 2017. We will provide an overview of some of those revisions that may apply to the water utility industry.


WEB2249 - What’s new with SplashLink: New Tools and Enhanced Search





DESCRIPTION

SplashLink, Water's Online Platform offering access to funding, bid and project information, and market intelligence, is thrilled to have the opportunity to offer free access to the members of the Illinois Section of AWWA.

Thanks to our generous sponsor, Brunswick Companies, SplashLink has 100 subscriptions available for your Section at no charge. Equipping the water industry with risk-management support "in the era of infrastructure replacement"' is Brunswick's business, and they have chosen to partner with SplashLink because of our ability to enables water-solution buyers and sellers quick and easy "one-stop shop" access to funding, collaboration, and bidding opportunities. SplashLink connects industry players like never before, accelerating solutions to even the toughest problems.


WEB2248 - Lead in Schools Testing and Mitigation





DESCRIPTION

The webinar should be of interest to school maintenance and custodial staff and water utility personnel involved in the testing of lead in schools. As a reminder all schools pre-K through 5th grade are required to test for lead every water fixture in their facilities that are utilized for cooking and drinking by the end of 2017.

This webinar will cover the testing protocols and mitigation strategies developed by the IDPH and sent to all schools last Spring. It will also address common mistakes or questions related to data submission and recommendations regarding the development of a Water Quality Management Plans.


WEB2247 - How to Evaluate CCTV Footage for Sewer Rehab





DESCRIPTION

Keys to evaluating CCTV footage for future rehab and maintenance options.


WEB2246 - Solving Hydrogen Sulfide Odor Problems with CAIROX® CR Tablets





DESCRIPTION

This webinar features CAIROX® CR Potassium Permanganate Tablets as a unique controlled-release (CR) formulation that dispenses permanganate slowly into flowing water. CAIROX CR Tablets are a safe, easy-to-handle oxidant technology designed to treat odors in municipal and industrial wastewater at remote sites, lift stations, or where feed equipment is not practical. The CR technology is very fast reacting with H2S (on the order of seconds) and other organic odor-producing compounds, making it an excellent choice when retention times are very short. In the fall of 2015, a Midwestern Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) with typical daily flows of three million gallons per day was receiving neighborhood complaints about strong H2S odors coming from gravity interceptors. This presentation will highlight the use of CAIROX CR tablets as a novel and cost-effective choice for H2S removal.


WEB2245 - Source Water Committee Award Winners





DESCRIPTION

Source Water protection award winners chosen by the committee recently.

Ted Padilla, Water Superintendent of Rock Falls, IL, will share his experiences and efforts to educate the youth of his community about ground water aquifers and protection.

David Cronk of Aqua Illinois, Vermillion County, will share his efforts in reducing nutrient runoff into Lake Vermillion, outreach into the farming community, and annual stewardship and clean up activities.


WEB2243 - Lead Mitgation In Schools:CPS Flushing Program & Protocols





DESCRIPTION

CPS Flushing Program & Protocols
Testing

  • CPS Lessons learned

    Plumbing System Impacts

    Mitigation
  • Flushing
  • Why flush?
  • CPS Flushing
  • Long Term Solutions


  • WEB2242 - Lead in Schools Mitigation





    DESCRIPTION

    The webinar is expected to last one hour and should be of interest to school maintenance and custodial staff and water utility personnel involved in the testing of lead in schools. As a reminder all schools pre-K through 5th grade are required to test for lead every water fixture in their facilities that are utilized for cooking and drinking by the end of 2017.


    This webinar will cover the recent mitigation strategies developed by the IDPH and sent to all schools within the past two weeks. It will also address common mistakes or questions related to data submission and recommendations regarding the development of a Water Quality Management Plans.


    WEB2241 - Stormwater Tax Initiative





    DESCRIPTION

    From 2004 to 2013, the Village of Westmont endured a number of heavy rains resulting in a tremendous amount of flooding in the community. In 2008, the Village held a special meeting to hear resident concerns about a recent flood and a good deal of data was collected. Unfortunately, due to the downturn in the economy, the Village did not have funding to address these concerns. In 2013, the Village and northeast Illinois experienced a record flood event. The Village has another special meeting, but this time, residents were ready to demand action and get involved. As the person who facilitated the 2008 public meeting, I approached the Village Mayor and Manager and suggested a course of action: 1) create a citizens stormwater committee to secure community involvement to find solutions to this problem, and 2) begin discussions about going to referendum to secure special funding for this initiative, which would be a win-win proposition - if the citizens approved the referendum, then the Village would have monies to address stormwater, and if the referendum was denied, then the municipality could always point to that fact and state that the citizens didn’t feel this issue was a priority.


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