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Archived 10/25/17 Critical Design of POU Filtration for Lead Webinar IEPA#12097 Expires 10/25/2027
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Presenter: Eric Yeggy
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Critical Design Elements of Point-of-Use Filtration for Lead Webinar

 

RENEWAL TRAINING CREDIT HOURS FOR WATER OPERATORS AND ENGINEERS 1 TOTAL HOURS 1

LIVE DATE:
10/25/17
CEU TYPE: Technical
WEBINAR TYPE: Technical
IEPA#: 12097
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Summary: With all the recent attention on lead, some homeowners have installed Point-of-Use (POU) filtration as a final barrier protection against lead and other contaminants. The Water Quality Association (WQA) will present the critical design elements and limitations of these products. Data will also be presented on the operational effectiveness and capacity of POU filters under stressed conditions such as unusually high lead levels that occurred in Flint, Michigan.



Presenter:
Eric Yeggy earned a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Northern Iowa and began his career in the environmental testing industry where he gained a wide range of experience in analytical chemistry and managing quality systems. In 2009, Eric joined the Water Quality Association (WQA) and led the development of new industry standards for Sustainability of Water Treatment Products, and new industry performance standards for Electrochemical Water Treatment Systems. Eric participates in numerous industry committees and task forces including the ASPE Plumbing Standards Committee and the IAPMO We-Stand Committee. Through his role as the Director of Technical Affairs, Eric plans and coordinates the activities of the WQA Water Sciences Committee which handles the technical and scientific tasks of the association. Eric also serves as the Scientific Consultant for the Water Quality Research Foundation (the WQRF), provides advice to their Board of Directors and plays a key role in review and prioritization of WQRF research proposals.


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