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Newsletter #23 for May 3, 2011

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Upcoming opportunity for security training in the midwest

Security Summit & Workshop

IL section AWWA presents the Security Summit & Workshop, offered in 2 Locations:

* Thursday, May 12 - Countryside, IL
* Friday, May 13 - Springfield, IL

Topics include an overview of National Homeland Security & Preparedness as well as Chemical Security. Presenting will be Kevin Morley, Security & Preparedness Program Manager, American Water Works Association.

Registration is just $10 per person for utilities < 10,000 (limited available, first come, first served. (Regular price is $40 for Members and $60 for Non-Members). To register, complete and submit the registration form.

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A conference in your computer

Virtual H2O Conference

VirtualH2O offers attendees access to dozens of presentations addressing important topics in municipal drinking water, municipal wastewater, industrial water/wastewater, urban water management, and municipal water utility management.

Access presentations from the February 22, 2011 Virtual H2O Conference online, all for free, and register for the next web-based conference and trade show in September.

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Weekly Reading for May 3, 2011

Each week we'll provide a collection of our favorite links we know you'll love too!

1. Water and wastewater getting more ‘social’ - Learn how social media can be used to help small supplies reach customers.
2. Study predicts worsened water woes in West - Federal research shows how water supplies will be impacted by short and long term changes.
3. Case Studies on how to address taste and odor issues - This free webinar training from USEPA, upcoming on May 19, includes case study presentations from several states.

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