Storage & Distribution 120920-2

Event Date & Time

12/9/2020 2:00 PM - 12/9/2020 4:00 PM

Location

ONLINE
Times listed are Pacific Time.

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This module presents the wide aspects and varying operation of water storage systems and distribution piping. The distribution and storage systems are the unrecognized backbone of any water system. However, due to its inconspicuous nature, problems are seldom realized and maintenance is seemingly nonexistent. The fact is that most bacteriological contamination takes place in the distribution system. This alone should be enough to warrant prudent maintenance of piping and valves, and storage tanks in the system. Through purposeful flushing procedures and adequate planning, system downtime can be minimized and water quality can be improved.

Participants will learn:

·                    Common components and types of water distribution system piping and storage

·                    Maintenance guidelines and programs that reduce long-term expenditures

·                    Possible pathways of and how to reduce contamination

·                    Inspection and record-keeping procedures that improve water quality

 

This workshop will give participants the information and resources they need to understand proper operation and maintenance of their storage and distribution systems.

2 CA (Drinking Water) Contact hours awarded.
Certificates for Contact hours are available through your profile. Times listed are Pacific Time.
Priority attendance will be given to those from smaller water systems.

Contact hours have been approved for the registered environmental health specialist program

For registration questions, contact us at: registration@rcac.org • (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

How do I get my Certificate?

Any document or written report prepared with these funds shall contain a disclosure statement such as "This document was prepared using funds under Agreement 18-019-550 with the California State Water Resources Control Board; the total Agreement is for $3,971,380.71 and will produce multiple documents."