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09/25/12 Annual Regulatory Update (St. Charles, IL) IEPA#3512
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09/25/12 Annual Regulatory Update (St. Charles, IL) IEPA#3512

9/25/2012
When: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Registration begins at 8:30 AM
Where: St. Charles Moose #138
2250 West Lincoln Highway
St. Charles, Illinois  60174
United States
Contact: Lisa Hoffhines


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Annual Regulatory Update

IEPA#3512

AGENDA:

TIME
TOPIC
PRESENTER
MODERATOR
8:55AM
Opening Remarks

Jeff Freeman
9:00AM
Public Water Supplies Staff Updates:
"The Consumer Confidence Report, A Review of the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
"Stage 2 Disinfectant Disinfection By-Products Operational Evaluation Levels"
Mary Reed, Illinois Environment Protection Agency
N/A
9:45AM
Compliance Update including Operator Certification, Compliance Issues and Common Mistakes
Andrea Rhodes, Illinois Environment Protection Agency
N/A
10:30AM
Break

N/A
10:40AM Illinois Legislative Update from Illinois Section AWWA Lobbyist
Terry Steczo, Illinois Section AWWA Lobbyist N/A
11:10AM
Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule 3 (UCMR 3) - What You Need to Know
Jessie Varab, UL
N/A
12:10PM
Lunch

N/A
12:45PM MCL of Fluoride and Lowering the Required Feed Rate
Julie Janssen, IDPH
N/A
1:45PMBreak


2:00PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS: Choose your table topic


Table 1: Mercury Containing Product Regulation in Illinois
Becky Jayne, IEPA
John Dillon

Table 2: Radium Residual Management & Disposal
Gary Forsee, IEMA
Jerry Bever

Table 3: Sample Management: How to manage daily, weekly and monthly regulatory and process monitoring samples
Lori Stenzel, Illinois American Water
Jeff Freeman
2:45PM
Questions from the Members

Jeff Freeman
3:00PM
Closing Remarks



ABSTRACTS:
"Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule 3 (UCMR 3) - What you Need to Know"
Jessie Varab, UL
The objective of this presentation will be to provide an overview of the regulation which will include key timelines, applicability, monitoring requirements, reporting requirements, and identify the differences between UCMR3 and the previous UCMR. Information on the cost of the regulation will be discussed as well as things to be aware of when comparing quotes from multiple laboratories. Some focus on the analyte lists which will include the analytical methods used to acquire data. The methods will be broken down to include basic instrumentation information, sampling techniques and locations, preservation and bottle requirements. Due to the potential of contamination during collection, there will be a significant amount of time spent discussing proper collection technique and a video will be shown.

"Mercury Containing Product Regulation in Illinois"
Becky Jayne, Illinois Environment Protection Agency (IEPA)
Discussion of mercury containing products regulated in Illinois. Products include well seals, float switches, thermometers, and relays. Discussion will include reasons for regulations and how to comply with the laws.

"Management of Water Treatment Residuals Containing Radium”
Gary Forsee, Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA)

An update on the regulations regarding handling and disposal of water treatment residuals containing radium (both drinking water and wastewater).  Sampling and reporting requirements will be discussed as well as an overview of radium concentrations in the state.  Specifics on land application, landfilling, and impacts from radium (including worker safety, environmental, and economic) will be discussed.

Public Water Supplies Staff Updates:
"The Consumer Confidence Report, a review of the good, the bad, and the ugly"
"Stage 2 Disinfectant Disinfection By-Products Operational Evaluation Levels"
Mary Reed, Illinois Environment Protection Agency (IEPA)

The Stage DBPR requires systems to conduct operational evaluations, initiated by the operational evaluation levels (OEL) found in Stage 2 DBPR compliance monitoring, and to submit an operational evaluation report to the State.  The OELs initiate a comprehensive review of system operations and act as an early warning for a possible Stage 2 DBPR violation in the following quarter. This early warning allows systems to act to prevent the violation.

REGISTRATION & HOURS:
Registration begins at 8:30am. The training will start at 9:00am and will conclude by 3:00pm. Earn up to 5 PDH’s or RTC hours. Continental Breakfast and lunch are included

COST: $40.00 Illinois Section AWWA Members (onsite $60.00); $60.00 Nonmembers (onsite $80.00)

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