2018 Basic Waterworks Workshop – Lynnwood

 

2018 Basic Waterworks Workshop – Lynnwood

 

When
Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM PDT
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Where

Alderwood Water & Wastewater District Office
3626 156th ST SW
Lynnwood, WA 98087
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Other NWWA Training

Pump Station Operation & Maintenance – October in Mt Vernon

 

Emergency Preparedness – November 4th in Friday Harbor

 

Western Washington Short School & Trade Show – June 4 & 5, 2019 in Lynnwood

Reminder

Basic Waterworks

 

Thursday September 20th starting at 8:00 AM

at the offices of Alderwood Water & Wastewater District in Lynnwood, WA.

 

This program is designed for new utility front-line employees, office staff or others that want a preview or review of the basics of a water utility, the terminology, regulations, processes and goals.  Topics will include:

  • Overview of Water systems
  • Regulations & Contaminants
  • Water Sources
  • Hydrology & Hydraulics
  • Treatment & Disinfection
  • Water Quality Monitoring
  • Water Quality Protection Practices
  • Construction & Maintenance
  • Disaster Response

Instructors will be:

  • Jeff Marrs, City of Anacortes
  • Tom Vane, Alderwood Water & Wastewater District
  • Jeff Lundt, KCWTD

0.6 CEUs – CEUs are APPROVED

 

Cost is $80 for AWWA, WEF or PNCWA members and $105 for non-members.  $25 surcharge after September 12th.

 

Lunch and refreshments included.

 

Registration is limited to 40 people and will close on Monday September 17th.

 

Click on the link below to register or for more information.

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Small system and student scholarships are available.  For details please see the web page in the link shown above.  Our cancellation policy is also on the workshop web page.  If you have any questions, please contact us at the email or phone below.

 

Thank you for your time and attention and we look forward to seeing you at the Basic Waterworks Workshop.

 

Sincerely,

 

Jeff Lundt

Northwest Washington Subsection AWWA

jeff.lundt@kingcounty.gov

2064775582

2018 Emergency Preparedness Workshop – Friday Harbor

 

2018 Emergency Preparedness Workshop – Friday Harbor

 

When
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 from 7:45 AM to 4:15 PM PST
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Where

Sunset Point Fire Station
260 West ST
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
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Other NWWA Training:

 

Water Storage Basics September 12th Anacortes

 

Basic Waterworks September 20th, Lynnwood

 

Pump Station O&M October, Mt Vernon

 

Western Washington Short School & Trade Show, June 4 & 5, 2019

Please Attend

Emergency Preparedness Workshop

 

Wednesday November 6th starting at 7:45 AM

in the Sunset Point Fire Station

in Friday Harbor, WA.

 

(Please note this is a change of date from our advanced notice last spring.  Hope this new date works for you and we will see you November 6th in Friday Harbor!)

 

This program is designed to provide a basic understanding of emergency preparedness and the response of water utilities in the event of an emergency or disaster.  Assessing risks, planning, and preparedness will lead to utilities that function better in emergencies, work more efficiently to restore service to customers, and are better able to maintain water quality.  Topics will include:

  • Water Utility Emergencies
  • Emergency Case Studies
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • Risk & Resilience
  • Incident Command System
  • Public Outreach During Emergencies
  • Business & Operational Continuity
  • Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network (WARNs)
  • Tabletop & Field Exercises, and Other Training
  • Personal Preparedness
  • Facility Physical Security
  • Cyber Security

Instructors will be:

  • Jolyn Leslie, WSDOH
  • Jeff Lundt, KCWTD

0.7 CEUs Approved, water & wastewater

 

Cost is $80 for AWWA, WEF, or PNCWA members and $105 for non-members.  $25 surcharge after Thursday October 25th.

 

Lunch and refreshments are included.

 

Registration is limited to 30 people and will close on Thursday November 1st.

 

Click on the link below to register or for more information.

Get more information
Register Now!
Small system and student scholarships are available.  For details please see the web page in the link shown above.  Our cancellation policy is also on the workshop web page.  If you have any questions, please contact us at the email or phone below.

 

For other training events see the registration webpage or the Subsection website.

 

Thank you for your time and attention and we look forward to seeing you at the Emergency Preparedness Workshop.

 

Sincerely,

 

Jeff Lundt

Northwest Washington Subsection AWWA

jeff.lundt@kingcounty.gov

206-477-5582

Planning & Funding for Water Systems

WHEN:       Thursday, March 15th

TIME:         1 – 3 PM

WHERE:     Greenbank area, details to be provided upon registration

 

Topic of Discussion:  Infrastructure is expensive to replace, and most people don’t want to. or can’t afford to pay their share of the upgrade that may cost between $4,000K/home – $20,000K/home, or more.

Hear about two loan programs and what you need to do to become financially eligible and take on the loan/debt.

This is a collaboration with WA State Dept. of Health, Office of Drinking Water-NWRO and US-Rural Development, Mt. Vernon Office, and hosted by Honeymoon Lake CC Water System

Contact to register: 

Jennifer Kropack
Regional Planner
Phone: (253) 395-6769
Email: Jennifer.Kropack@doh.wa.gov

ODW Invites You to a Free Infrastructure Funding Webinar

Washington State

Department of Health

Office of Drinking Water

 

Are you interested in attending a no-cost webinar?

 

Always looking for additional resources?  Short on time and travel budget? Need Infrastructure Funding Program updates? Then join us Thursday, September 29th at 10 a.m. Learn about a variety of state and federal resources available to you! Get the latest infrastructure funding information on: Economic Development, Water Quality, Complete Streets, Brownfields, and many more programs.

 

You will hear from program experts:

  • Janea Eddy with the Community Economic Revitalization Board
  • David Dunn with the Department of Ecology
  • Karen Klocke with the Department of Health
  • Phyllis Cole with Community Development Block Grant
  • Allen Johnson with the Bond Cap Allocation Program
  • Chuck Miller with the Rural Community Assistance Corporation
  • Isaac Huang with the Public Works Board

 

Having access to multiple funders will be well worth the time invested. This coordinated effort brings a variety of infrastructure programs to the table to share program overviews and updates. Local infrastructure investments are vital to our state’s economic development and prosperity.

 

Register now! Click here to sign up for this no-cost webinar.

 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

 

For more information contact Karen Klocke via email or by phone at 360-236-3116.

 

Collaboration and Other Tools to Help Address Issues Facing Small Water Systems

Spanaway, WA | August 24, 2016 | 9:00am – 4:00pm
Spanaway Water Company
18413 B Street East, Spanaway, WA 98387
*Parking is limited, please carpool if possible
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Cost: Complimentary. Please register to reserve your spot.
CEUs: This workshop has been submitted to the state for CEUs.
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Running a small system is quite challenging. Water utilities have to meet ever increasing regulations and customer expectations, while at the same time having to address aging infrastructure, lack of personnel and financial resources, and competing priorities. Generally, small systems cost more to operate on a per customer basis than larger systems due to a lack of economy of scale, further complicating things for water managers and operators.

One strategy to help systems address some of their challenges is collaborating with other utilities. There are many different ways systems can collaborate from extremely informal information sharing sessions to sharing of personnel or purchasing to assistance with regulatory compliance. It is highly likely that one or more of these approaches may be beneficial and acceptable to your water utility.

We will discuss various approaches to collaboration and some of the benefits and challenges. In addition, we will introduce other strategies, such as energy efficiency, water loss auditing, asset management, rate setting, and funding options, that can be used to help address your water system challenges.

Trainer: Heather Himmelberger, Director, Southwest Environmental Finance Center

Contact: Susan Butler, butlers@unm.edu

Who Should Attend: This workshop is designed for water systems serving 10,000 or fewer people (though systems of any size may attend), especially targeting local government systems facing financial challenges. Owners of privately owned systems, consultants and technical assistance providers serving water systems are also invited to attend.

Partners: In Partnership with the Pacific Northwest AWWA And co-sponsored by the Washington State Office of Drinking Water

About the EFCN: The Smart Management for Small Water Systems program is administered by the Environmental Finance Center Network (EFCN), a university-based organization creating innovative solutions to the difficult how-to-pay issues of environmental protection and improvement. The program is brought to you in collaboration with the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and affiliated sections.

Asset Management; Financial Planning and Project Management

Four locations and dates available

Attend an Asset Management class to learn how Asset Management impacts your budget.

This training will help water system staff:

  • figure out the equity of their water system
  • see the condition of their water system
  • know what connections costs should be
  • define what are the system’s critical assets
  • know what their levels of reserves should be

The classes are free. Water system operators can earn 0.7 CEUs. See dates and locations listed in the Asset Management Flyer. You must register to attend. Registration form is also in the Asset Management Flyer.

Training Opportunity – Water Board “Bible” and Revised Coliform Rule

Training Opportunity

April 16th 2016

Heller Road Fire Station, 2720 SW Heller Road, Oak Harbor, WA 98277

8:00-8:30

Welcome and Introductions

8:30-12:00 Morning Session

The Water Board Bible
The Handbook of Modern Water Utility Management
Presented by Robert Kreb, Evergreen Rural Water of Washington

12:00-1:00

Free Lunch

1:00-3:30 Afternoon Session

Total Coliform Rule
Basics of Water Quality
Presented by Carol Stuckey and Virpi Salo-Zieman,
Washington Dept. of Health Office of Drinking Water

Pre-register using the Training Opportunity Pre-Registration Form

Free DOH Drinking Water Asset Management Workshop

Free DOH Drinking Water Asset Management Workshop

Saturday November 7th, 8:30 am-4pm, Heller Road Fire Station, Oak Harbor

Attend an asset management workshop to learn about the asset inventory and setting rates. Bring your laptop and we will help you begin your asset inventory exercise. Don’t have a lap top? We will have a few available for use in class and we will send you home with a thumb drive with all the attachments you should need.

DOH and RCAC program staff can provide one-on-one assistance with your asset inventory form and answer your questions.

The workshop is FREE and we are working on getting operator CEUs for it!

Registration required – click <here for registration form