Event Date & Time1/17/2024 2:00 PM - 1/17/2024 4:00 PM
Times listed are Pacific Time
Water Supply & Sources
2 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded
Contact hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist Program.
Certificates will be available through your profile.
Date & Time:
The Water Supply & Sources training will be held on the following date and time:
January 17 | 2:00AM - 4:00PM
This training is being held in Pacific Time.
The essential mission of every water system is to provide an adequate volume of high-quality water at the lowest sustainable cost. The key words here are “adequate volume” and “high-quality.” This learning event will provide operators, managers and board members of small water systems with a basic knowledge of how to determine the supply requirements (in terms of both volume and quality) of their water supply and to provide a basic understanding of the two types of water sources (groundwater and surface water) commonly used by small water systems. This will include the concepts of Max Day Demand, Peak Hour Demand, Diurnal Demand and source reliability. There will be a focus on the supply adequacy requirements of the California Water Works Standards.
Participants will learn:
· Water system demand - How much is enough?
· High-quality water - How clean is clean enough?
· Types of water sources commonly seen in small systems
· Source water protection planning
Operator Basics Series: The recommended audience includes system managers, new or existing water system operators, managers and especially board members.
Scholarship & Fees:
Water Supply & Sources is a free training to attend.
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Funding for this project has been provided in full or in part under the Safe and Affordable Funding for Equity and Resiliency (SAFER) Drinking Water Program through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board. The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the foregoing, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
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