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May 24 - Getting Started on NetDMR Webinar

May 24, 2016

Presentation (PDF) and EPA Supplement

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12:30 PM ET/11:30 AM CT

1.0 Wastewater CEU approved in Tennessee (live viewing only)

This webinar will walk you through the steps necessary to get started on NetDMR and will also cover the basics of the e-reporting rule.

Speaker:
Will Ward, Environmental Scientist, TDEC

Will is currently an environmental scientist with the Division of Water Resources. He is a specialist in providing training and support to users as they transition from paper reporting to electronic reporting.  Will has a background in delivering technology solutions with GIS and internet based applications. He is currently working to train users across the state in NetDMR.

Will is currently an environmental scientist with the Division of Water Resources. He is a specialist in providing training and support to users as they transition from paper reporting to electronic reporting.  Will has a background in delivering technology solutions with GIS and internet based applications. He is currently working to train users across the state in NetDMR.
 

June 9 - Change in State of Tennessee Wastewater Construction Plans, Specifications and Engineering Report Submissions Webinar

June 9, 2016

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12:30 PM ET/11:30 AM CT

Current procedures for plans, specifications and engineering report submissions need to conform to current Water Quality Board Rules.  Changes will emphasize the nature and timing of the engineering report as a "basis of design" submitted at the end of the preliminary design phase along with preliminary drawings; the role and purpose of PERs and Ers will be differentiated; and the requirements for non-treatment plant projects will be clarified.

Speaker:
George Garden, Chief Engineer, TDEC, Division of Water Resources

Currently the Chief Engineer of the Division of Water Resources and responsible for engineering standards for water and wastewater projects, Mr. Garden has 21 years of consulting experience in the southeast specializing in water and wastewater design services.  He holds a BE in Chemical Engineering ('72) and an MS in Environmental and Water Resource Engineering ('93) from Vanderbilt; he is a registered Professional Engineer in Tennessee and a Board Certified Environmental Engineer in Water Supply and Wastewater by the ACEES.

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June 10 - Clay Shoot Fundraiser

Rescheduled to: Friday June 10, 2016

This is a great event hosted by the KY-TN Student Committee to raise money for student chapters!

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July 17-20 - 2016 KY/TN Water Professionals Conference

Knoxville, TN • July 17-20, 2016

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