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Archived 01/31/18 Clean vs Compliant-What’s the difference? PH Webinar IEPA#12039
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Presenter: Dave Tracey
Contact: Marianne Perino
866-521-3595 ext6

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Clean vs Compliant… What’s the difference? Power Hour Webinar



CEU TYPE: Technical
IEPA#: 12039
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Summary:  Municipal budgets are typically tight, meaning that despite utilities’ dedication to providing water that is clean and safe, testing regimes may not always include as many tests as what they’d like. In some cases, microbiological analyses are limited only to compliance tests (i.e. Total Coliform). While most utilities tend to stay in compliance, what does this really mean? Does compliant mean the same thing as clean? While sticking only to the basics may mean a lower up-front cost for testing expenses than a more holistic program, which is more cost-effective in the long-run?

This session will address these questions and discuss the issue of water management from a compliance-only perspective compared to a multi-faceted strategy involving cutting-edge microbiological assays.

Presenter: Dave Tracey
Dave has been with LuminUltra since Day 1 and is proud to have been able to contribute from its early days as a small start-up to the company that it is today. He has served in a wide range of roles during that time, from producing reagent and conducting laboratory experiments through to his current position. Nothing is more important to Dave than family, whether it’s his two young sons or his fellow Sales & Marketing teammates. In both cases, he’s well aware that he wouldn’t be much without them. Originally a graduate of the Chemical Engineering program at the University of New Brunswick, his alma mater has come full circle 14 years later with Dave now serving as a mentor for final year ChE students during their senior plant design projects.


COST & REGISTRATION: Illinois Section AWWA Members: FREE; Nonmembers: $30; IND: $25

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