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  • No Charge WEFTEC Exhibition Only Passes
  • No Charge Public Official Membership
  • Up to 5 Free New member registrations

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City of Franklin
City of Johnson City
City of Kingsport
City of Maryville
City of Memphis
City of Nicholasville
City of Oakridge
Cleveland Utilities
First Utility District of Knox County
Frankfort Sewer Department
Harpeth Valley Utilities District
Henderson Water Utility
Lexington Fayette Urban County Government
Louisville & Jefferson County MSD
Metro Water Services
Oak Ridge National Laboratory-UT Battelle
Sanitation District No. 1
Water Authority of Dickson County
West Knox Utility District
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Bowling Green Municipal Utilities
City of Franklin
City of Johnson City
City of Kingsport
City of Maryville, TN
City of Memphis
City of Nicholasville
City of Oakridge
Cleveland Utilities
First Utility District of Knox County
Frankfort Sewer Department
Harpeth Valley Utilities District
Henderson Water Utility
Lexington Fayette Urban County Government
Louisville & Jefferson County MSD
Metro Water Services
Sanitation District No 1
Water Authority of Dickson County
West Knox Utility District
Winchester Municipal Utilities

Calling for Award Nominations!

Due Wednesday, May 1

Award Criteria & Forms Available Here

Golden Manhole Award
Operational Excellence Award
Industrial Pretreatment Award
Control Authority Pretreatment Excellence
Outstanding Watershed Project
Outstanding Overflow Abatement Project
Beneficial Use of Biosolids
Beneficial Reuse of Effluent Water

Award Criteria and forms are available here.

Please don't wait to nominate a deserving facility and/or person today!

(Self-nominations also accepted)

 

April 27-28 - Management Conference

April 27-28, 2017

Aging Infrastructure - A Management Perspective

Hosted by the KY-TN WEA Management Committee (in conjunction with KY/TN Section AWWA)

Embassy Suites Nashville SE – Murfreesboro, TN

This conference will include interactive discussions focusing on a variety of topics related to aging water and wastewater infrastructure. Focus areas include national and regional perspectives on infrastructure conditions and needs, financial affordability/funding options, cyber security aspects of infrastructure protection, and outreach/public relations strategies to address funding needs.

Register Here! 

Preregistration closes April 14.

DRAFT AGENDA

Hotel Information
Embassy Suites Nashville SE – Murfreesboro
1200 Conference Center Blvd
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Room Rate (King): $139/night
Reduced Rate Available until March 29, 2017

To make reservations:
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Or call (615) 890-4464 or (800) 362-2779.
Group Code: KTW
Group Name: Kentucky-Tennessee Water Environment Association

 

April 26 - Trained Inspectors for Trenchless Rehabilitation Projects Webinar

April 26, 2017 • 12:30 PM ET/11:30 AM CT

One of NASSCO’s core goals is to improve the success rate of everyone involved in the infrastructure rehabilitation industry through education.  That philosophy has been applied to project inspection through the Inspector Training and Certification Program (ITCP).  ITCP for cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) was developed in 2007 with the first training session held in 2008.  Since then ITCP for manholes has been launched with a training program for grouting available in 2017.

The intent of ITCP for CIPP, manholes and grouting is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the technology for engineers and construction inspectors who provide on-site inspection services.  In order to become certified, each attendee is required to pass an open book exam. To date over 2000 inspectors have been trained.   

This presentation describes the trenchless rehabilitation market and the need for performance specifications with measurable QA requirements and trained inspectors to ensure that the project is built to the project specifications.  Although example inspection requirements are given for CIPP, the inspection principles presented are appropriate for any trenchless rehabilitation process.  When a project includes a professional engineering design, an experienced contractor and a trained inspector, the highest level of quality can be expected.

Speaker:
Lynn Osborn is NASSCO’s Technical Director and Owner of LEO Consulting, LLC. Lynn has over 40 years of experience in the water and sewer industry, including 9 years as a Project Manager for a civil engineering consulting firm and 31 years in engineering with a large technology provider and contractor principally in the business of pipeline trenchless technology. Lynn holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering and is a registered professional engineer in Kansas and Missouri. 

Register Here!

 

May 9 - TN and KY Legislative Updates Webinar

Tuesday May 9, 2017 • 12:30 PM ET/11:30 AM CT

(Hosted by Government Affairs Committee)

The webinar will cover key issues in the wastewater industry, including:
• 2017 KY and TN Legislative Sessions
• National Legislation/DC Fly-in

Speakers:
Carl Breeding, Dinsmore and Shohl (WEA Legislative Lobbyist - KY)
Ryan Swindell, Windrow Phillips (WEA Legislative Lobbyist - TN)
Wesley Sydnor, Louisville MSD (WEA Government Affairs Committee - KY Co-chair)
Saya Ann Qualls, Hazen and Sawyer (WEA Government Affairs Committee - TN Co-chair)

Register Here!

   

July 9-12 - 2017 KY/TN Water Professionals Conference

Lexington, KY • July 9-12, 2017

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