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Corrosion Control/Drinking Water Regulatory Workshop

The Corrosion Control portion covers water quality parameters used to predict corrosive properties of raw & treated drinking water that can result in lead leaching into drinking water from customer plumbing. It also covers water treatment & water quality adjustments that can mitigate corrosion of water system piping & assist systems with meeting the requirements of the USEPA Lead & Copper Rule. The Drinking Water Regulatory portion will provide attendees with an overview of Federal Regulations as well as California Regulations: USEPA: 1972 Surface Water Treatment Rule, Arsenic Rule, Filter Backwash Recycling Rule, Groundwater Rule, Interim Enhanced Surface Water Rule, Lead & Copper Rule, Disinfection Byproducts rule(s), Long Term 1 & Long Term 2, public Notification Rule, stage 2 & total coliform rule CA Regulation Title 22 CCR (Chromium 6 & Fluoride Dosing).

Member $195 / Non-member $295
This workshop is 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Earn up to 8 contact hours.
Instructor: Colter Andersen
When
9/27/2018 - 9/27/2018
Where
Dr. Kenneth D. Kerri Training Center 3920 West Capitol Avenue, Suite 100 West Sacramento, CA 95691

Refund Policy

Due to our commitment to instructors, other students and materials, the following refund policy applies:
Requests for refunds must be made in writing and are subject to the following conditions: Full refund of fee paid (minus $50.00 handling fee) will be issued for cancellations received more than 15 days prior to class start date.  All fees are non-refundable thereafter.

A 100% refund or credit of your registration fee will be issued if a class is cancelled by the Section.

Transfer Policy

Requests for transfers must be made in writing and are subject to the following conditions: Transfers are based on availability.  No transfer requests will be authorized if they are not received more than 15 days prior to class start date.