Upcoming Free Webinars
Simultaneous Compliance and Groundwater Treatment hosted by USEPA
Wednesday, October 12, 2011 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT | Register
Simultaneous drinking water compliance is essential considering individual source water quality and treatment system impacts. Resultant changes in water stability issues can occur that may adversely impact water distribution systems and household plumbing materials (e.g. lead and copper exceedances and associated corrosion control impacts, taste and odor, disinfectant byproducts and nitrification).This presentation will focus on individual inorganic and organic water quality challenges (e.g. pH, alkalinity, DIC, TOC, raw water ammonia, methane hydrogen sulfide, etc.) implementing groundwater treatment systems and associated case studies.
Partnering Over Time hosted by USEPA
Wednesday, October 26, 2011;1:00 – 2:30 pm EDT | Register
Water system to water system partnerships that include operator mentoring, sharing equipment, third-party billing, contract management,and even ownership transfer are real solutions to address everything from shrinking utility resources, to regulatory compliance issues to operator know-how. Come hear from the utilities, the state regulator, a funding agency, and the facilitator as each explains his/her role in the evolving partnership between the two water systems. Learn how the partnership led to reliable service and safe drinking water for the communities.
Climate Ready Water Utilities hosted by NRWA
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST | Register
This webinar will provide an overview of EPA's Climate Ready Water Utilities initiative. The mission of this initiative is to promote a clear understanding of climate science and adaptation options to support drinking water and wastewater utilities. The webinar will include an overview of the National Drinking Water Advisories CRWU report, the Adaptive Response Framework, the Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT), the CRWU Toolbox, and the CRWU Adaptation Strategies Guide. The tools provide information to help utilities begin to understand their risks to climate change and how they may begin to address them as part of their utilities planning efforts.