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08/12/14 Maintaining & Monitoring Water Quality (Macomb) IEPA#8039
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08/12/14 Maintaining & Monitoring Water Quality (Macomb) IEPA#8039

8/12/2014
When: Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Registration begins at 7:30am
Where: Macomb City Hall, Community Room, 1st Floor
232 East Jackson Street
Macomb, Illinois  61455
United States
Presenter: Dan McKeague, Kupferle Foundry & Marla Braun, JCM
Contact: Lisa Hoffhines
866-521-3595


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Maintaining & Monitoring Water Quality

CEU TYPE: Technical
TRAINING CLASSIFICATION:

IEPA#:
8039

AGENDA:

TIME TOPICSPEAKER
8:00-9:00am
Assessing Water Hammer in Your System
Marla Braun, JCM
9:00-10:00am
Pipe Tapping & Repair
Marla Braun, JCM
10:00-10:10am
Break
10:10-11:00am
The Evolution of Water Main Flushing from A Manual to an Automatic Process
Dan McKeague, Kupferle Foundry
11:00-11:50am
Collecting Quality Water Samples: New Guidelines Incorporated into the EPA Revised Total Coliform Rule
Dan McKeague, Kupferle Foundry
11:50-12:00pm
Wrap Up & Q&A

TOPICS:
Pipe Tapping and Repair & Assessing Water Hammer in Your System (2 hours)

Marla Braun, JCM

The Evolution Of Water Main Flushing From A Manual To An Automatic Process
(1 hour)
Dan McKeague, Kupferle Foundry
Keeping water safe for consumers is the primary responsibility for metropolitan and rural water utilities.Based on the Eliminate Dead-End Water article (Opflow November 2011), this presentation will provide information to participants about the two main health threats that old, uncirculating water on dead-end water mains pose to consumers. Information on EPA guidelines for residual level and the new Stage 2 DBP rule will be shared. Additional tools on identifying hazardous dead-ends, as well as, solutions to address the threats will be presented.

 

Collecting Quality Water Samples: New Guidelines Incorporated into the EPA Revised Total Coliform Rule (RTCR-2013) for Collecting Quality Bacteriological Samples (1 hour)
Dan McKeague, Kupferle Foundry
Ensuring quality bacteriological samples is important to ensure safe drinking water for the public. This presentation will provide a brief history of potable water, as well as, information about total coliforms and why they are used in sampling. Additionally, new information and language about dedicated sampling stations from the Revised Total Coliform Rule (2013) will be presented. Finally, an effective eight-step "best practiceā€¯ guideline to collecting quality samples will also be included.

INSTRUCTORS: Dan McKeague, Kupferle Foundry & Marla Braun, JCM

REGISTRATION & HOURS: Registration begins at 7:30am. The training will start at 8:00am and will conclude by 12:00pm. Earn up to 4 Professional Development Hours (PDH's) for engineers or Renewal Training Credit (RTC) hours for water operators. Continental breakfast will be included.

COST:
Registration Type
ISAWWA Member Rate
Non ISAWWA Member Rate
Early Bird (ends 08/01/14)
$32
$48
Regular (ends 08/10/14)
$42
$58
After 08/10 or Onsite
$52
$68

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