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First Utility District of Knox County
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July 9-12 - 2017 KY/TN Water Professionals Conference

Lexington, KY • July 9-12, 2017

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August 14-17 - 2017 Level 1 Voluntary Pretreatment Certification Course

Knicely Conference Center • Bowling Green, KY • August 14-17, 2017

Registration closes Friday, July 28, 2017.

COURSE FEES:
KY-TN WEA Member: $265
NonMember: $340
Audit: $150

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
- The Level 1 Class will cover the following topics:
- Pretreatment History
- Safety Issues
- General wastewater treatment technology
- Collection systems
- Sampling
- Flow measurement
- Oversight and reporting
- Industrial user inspections
- Industrial user surveys
- Troubleshooting

CONTINUING EDUCATION:
Continuing education credits are available from Kentucky and Tennessee

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum one year of pretreatment experience
Minimum age of 18 years old

AGENDA
Day 1: Registration and Class lectures
Days 2-3: Class lectures
Day 4: Test

 

HOTEL RESERVATIONS
Hyatt Place Bowling Green
1347 Center Street
Bowling Green, KY 42101
(270) 467-0001
Reduced Rate available until July 21

To Make Reservations Online:
1. Go to https://bowlinggreen.place.hyatt.com/
2. Choose dates between August 13-18
3. Click on Special Rates (AAA, GOVT,…) + (This will drop down more options)
4. Click on “Corporate or Group Code”
5. Type in G-KYWA
6. Click “Check Availability”
7. From there, you can choose your room type and book a reservation.

 

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August 14-18 - 2017 Level 2 Voluntary Pretreatment Certification Course

Knicely Conference Center • Bowling Green, KY • August 14-18, 2017

Registration closes Friday, July 28, 2017.

COURSE FEES
KY-TN WEA member: $295
Nonmember: $370
Audit: $180

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The Level 2 class covers the following topics:
- Development of Local Limits
- Pollution Prevention and BMPs
- Emergency Response
- Laboratory Issues
- Industrial Permitting
- Municipal Treatment
- Industrial Waste Treatment
- Enforcement

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Continuing education credits are available from Kentucky and Tennessee

COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Completion of Level 1 Voluntary Pretreatment Certification Course

AGENDA
Day 1: Registration and Class lectures
Days 2-4: Class lectures
Day 5: Test

HOTEL RESERVATIONS
Hyatt Place Bowling Green
1347 Center Street
Bowling Green, KY 42101
(270) 467-0001
Reduced Rate available until July 21

To Make Reservations Online:
1. Go to https://bowlinggreen.place.hyatt.com/
2. Choose dates between August 13-18
3. Click on Special Rates (AAA, GOVT,…) + (This will drop down more options)
4. Click on “Corporate or Group Code”
5. Type in G-KYWA
6. Click “Check Availability”
7. From there, you can choose your room type and book a reservation.

REGISTER HERE!

 

September 20 - 40 CFR 136 CWA Method Update Rule Webinar

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 • 12:30 PM ET/11:30 AM CT

(Hosted by Laboratory Practices Committee)

 

This presentation describes Clean Water Act Analytical Mehods; Methods Update Rule - 2016 promulgated by EPA. EPA is promulgating changes to analytical test procedures that are used by industries and municipalities to analyze the chemical, physical, and biological components of wastewater and other environmental samples that are required by regulations under the Clean Water Act. The changes include revised methods published by EPA and voluntary consensus standard bodies voluntary consensus standards bodies, such as ASTM International and the Standard Methods Committee. EPA is adding certain methods reviewed under the alternate test procedures (ATP) program to 40 CFR Part 136 and clarifying the procedures for EPA approval of nationwide and limited use ATPs. Further, EPA is revising the procedure for determination of the method detection limit (MDL)

These revisions:

• provide increased flexibility to the regulated community

• improve data quality

• update the methods, to keep current with technology advances

• address laboratory contamination issues related to the MDL and better account for intra-laboratory variability.

As of this presentation this action has been withdrawn from the Office of the Federal Register.

 

Speakers:
Daymond Talley, Assistant Director-Treatment Facilities, Louisville & Jefferson County MSD
Shannon Pratt, Quality Manager, LabtronX

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