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#2360 Realizing the Full Value of Asset Management for Groundwater Wells Webinar IEPA#15208
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Presenter: Dan Haddock, Intera
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#2360 Realizing the Full Value of Asset Management for Groundwater Wells IEPA#15208

 

RENEWAL TRAINING CREDIT HOURS FOR WATER OPERATORS AND ENGINEERS 1 TOTAL HOURS 1
TYPE: 
Technical, Water
LIVE DATE:
06/24/20
WEBINAR TYPE: Technical
IEPA#: 15208
IDEM#Applied for

Summary:The goal of asset management is simple. A well-managed asset, whether it is a pipeline or a well, will meet expected levels of service at the lowest possible cost to utility customers. For groundwater that contains radium, arsenic, or other naturally occurring or man-made contaminants, treatment and residuals management may be a large part of the total cost to produce and deliver water from a well. The presence of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs), such as PFAS, may require the construction and operation of new treatment facilities to continue using it. Generally, multiple aquifer zones contribute water to a well and the concentration of contaminants can vary significantly by zone. Innovative methods of flow profiling and zone-dependent water quality sampling can be efficiently incorporated into asset management programs for wells. Better understanding of groundwater quality enables utility managers to make well rehabilitation and replacement decisions that can reduce the cost of existing treatment and downsize or even avoid the construction of new treatment facilities. This webinar will include case studies demonstrating how better understanding of groundwater quality helps utilities achieve their asset management goals.



Presenter:  Dan Haddock
Dan is a Principal Engineer and the Director of Water Utility Services at INTERA. He has 27 years of experience in planning, development and management of water infrastructure and a native understanding of utility business, operations, and management. He is active in professional organizations, holding leadership roles in national AWWA committees, including Water Resource Planning and Management and Asset Management. He is a licensed professional engineer in multiple states and is a certified Envision Sustainability Professional.
 

 

 

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