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  • Up to 5 Free New member registrations

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Unique PDH Opportunity at Ft. Knox

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Thursday, August 21
11:30 am - 1:00 pm (program starts at 12:00)
Bullion Room, Quill & Saber Facility, Fort Knox, KY

The Kentuckiana Post of SAME has invited KY-TN WEA and KY/TN Section AWWA to join their August meeting.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to explore Ft. Knox and earn PDHs.  Learn about how Hardin County Water District No. 1 teamed with Veolia and assumed control of the wastewater and stormwater operations at Fort Knox and partnered with the Louisville Water Company to begin operating the installation's drinking water infrastructure.
 
Fort Knox Utilities - The Privatization of Water, Wastewater & Stormwater Infrastructure
Speakers:
Jim Bruce, General Manager, Hardin County Water District No. 1
Brett Pyles, Operations Manager, Hardin County Water District No. 1

Background Information and Helpful Links:
Fort Knox was established in 1918 in response to World War I.  The role of the post was expanded during WWII and continues as a key military installation. As a part of the Army's efficiency efforts, the Dept. of Defense chose to privatize the utilities on post. 
http://www.knox.army.mil/About/docs/knox_map.pdf

http://www.knox.army.mil/About/Information.aspx

 

 

Level 1 Pretreatment Certification Course

Level 1 Pretreatment Certification Conference

October 20-23, 2014 | Murfreesboro, TN
 
Location:
Fleming Training Center
2022 Blanton Drive
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129

Space is limited.
Registration closes Monday, October 13, 2014.

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

Hotel Information:
Hampton Inn & Suites
325 N. Thompson Lane
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone:  (615) 890-2424
Refer to "KY-TN Water Environment Block" when making reservations.
(Room Rate: $109/night - Reduced room rates guaranteed until 10/1/14)
 
Registration Link
https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1602257

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
 
COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum one year of pretreatment  experience
Minimum age of 18 years old
 
CONTINUING EDUCATION:
CEU hours approved by KY and TN

 

Project Management and YP's - Embracing the Inevitable Combination

Hosted by the Management Committee

DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATION HERE

Michelle Hatcher (City of Franklin, TN) and Lindsay Bryant (Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.) discussed embracing the inevitable combination of being a task-oriented employee while transitioning to a role of leadership and management.  
 
Topics included:
• Internal and external client relationships
• How to manage yourself
• Leadership and mentorship

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WPC 2014 Connector Issue

Read the enhanced, online version of the WPC magazine here.

 

 

Utility Performance and Emotional Intelligence Webinar

Hosted by the Management Committee on May 14, 2014

Download the presentation here.

Bruce Giles (First Utility District of Knox County) and Jeff Rose (Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.) provided an interactive and candid discussion about Emotional Intelligence and the effect it has on performance and teamwork in a utility.  Several common tools that can be used to improve Emotional Intelligence in a work setting were discussed and demonstrated .

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Webinar - Non-Dispersibles, National and Local Perspectives

Hosted by KY-TN WEA Collections Committee on March 26, 2014

Download Presentations Below:

Non-Dispersibles Webinar - Part 1 - Mike Gardner

Non-Dispersibles Webinar - Part 2 - Survey Results - Kim Martin


mike gardnerkimberly martinMike Gardner, Water/Wastewater Systems Manager, Bowling Green Municipal Utilities, and Kimberly Martin, KY-TN WEA Collections Committee Co-chair, CDM Smith provided an overview of the collection system problems faced by utilities from non-dispersible products and what is being done to address those issues. An overview of the efforts by the WEF Non-Dispersibles Workgroup and other organizations to understand the issues facing utilities was presented, as well as a summary of their efforts to work with the manufacturers of these materials to establish standards for labeling and product performance. In addition, a summary of the experiences from utilities in Kentucky and Tennessee was provided.

 

 

2014 KY-TN WEA Watershed Conference

 

Hosted by KY-TN WEA Watershed Committee

The 2014 KY-TN WEA Watershed Conference documents can be found here.

 

Register today for the

2014 KY-TN WEA Watershed Conference!

Loews Vanderbilt Hotel

Nashville, TN

February 18-19, 2014
 
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