point-of-use water Events

  • NGWA Conference on Hydrogeophysics and Deep Groundwater

    Gain understanding and insight on hydrogeophysics and deep groundwater during this two-day NGWA conference. Focusing on the use of geophysics — from remote sensing to borehole applications — for groundwater studies, the conference also includes a follow-up to the 2014 NGWA Conference on Characterization of Deep ...


    DENVER

  • Complete Lead Service Line Replacement: Tools for Creating a Successful Program

    Full lead service line replacement is not easily achieved. This webinar will review the key elements of a replacement program, the tools successful water systems are using, and an update on information and policy gaps associated with full lead service line ...


    ONLINE

  • Groundwater Assessment 2017

    This course provides participants with the background, understanding, and techniques to assess groundwater resources using a wide variety of information. Basic principles start from the point of geological mapping, which is re-interpreted using hydrostratigraphic classification to help to define hydrogeological units. Conceptual modelling approaches are used to interpret the boundary conditions ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Foundations in Water Loss: Resolving Apparent Losses at Your Utility

    In this webinar, speakers will give case studies regarding the latest in apparent loss programs: one from a Georgia utility that uses AMR data and one from a California utility that uses AMI data. In addition, a speaker will demonstrate results from a real-time apparent loss software tool that uses a “bottoms up” method now in use in six states (CA, GA, PA, IN, NJ, FL). The tool locates eight ...


    ONLINE

  • Infrastructure Finance Series: Federal Policy Developments Affecting the Water Sector

    The tools available to finance water infrastructure investment are growing and federal policy is affecting which tools are most cost-effective for utilities to ...


    ONLINE

  • Financial Management: Cost of Service Rate-Making Seminar

    This three-day course uses time-honored strategies to teach attendees how to set cost-based and defendable rates. Utilities are faced with escalating costs of operational and infrastructure improvements, expanding regulatory and environmental forces from government and public interest groups and public demand for clean and affordable ...


    NEW ORLEANS

  • Groundwater Sampling Methodology Training

    The full day seminar is delivered at a central UK venue and will provide delegates with up to date knowledge including: ~Why screen length is important when selecting sampling methods ~How flow within a borehole influences sample quality ~An overview and comparison of the 3 main groundwater sampling methods i.e. ~Well Volume Purge (3 or more well volumes) ~Low Flow (or micro-purge) – including ...


    BIRMINGHAM

  • Smart Water Systems Conference 2017

    SMi is delighted to announce its 6th Annual Smart Water Systems Conference, which will be held in London on the 24th and 25th April 2017. According to a recent study by the Transparency Market Research (TMR), the smart water management market is expected to reach a value of US $15.23 billion by the year 2019 ...


    LONDON

  • Groundwater Modelling 2017

    The Water Framework Directive and its daughter directive on groundwater place importance on the development of understanding of groundwater bodies and their interaction with the surface environment. Groundwater modelling plays an important role by bringing together conceptual understanding and quantitative data in a systematic framework to help understand and manage groundwater systems. The ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Lessons in Chloramine Residual Management

    San Jose Water Company (Partnership for Safe Water & Distribution System Optimization Program subscriber), Aqua Pennsylvania (Partnership for Safe Water subscriber), and East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) have recently been successful in managing chloramine residuals in problematic reservoirs larger than 5 million gallons. By using a commercial process that manages the desired chloramine ...


    ONLINE

  • Infrastructure Finance Series: Utility Integration of Private Financing

    This webinar will offer guided discussion on current and trending private financing tools, vehicles, and opportunities that public water utilities can potentially use to help meet infrastructure and operational financing needs. In addition to available private financing options that public and private water utilities of all sizes are using, discussion will focus on how choices to use various ...


    ONLINE

  • Integrating NASA Datasets into Utility Water Resources Planning and Management

    This webinar will provide an overview of NASA’s remote sensing data sets and products and describe how the data sets can be used to support utility monitoring, modeling, and management efforts. An overview will also cover satellites, instruments, and products related to climate and hydrologic conditions; watershed/land use characteristics; and source water quality. Successful applications of ...


    ONLINE

  • Community Engineering Corps: Using Volunteer Expertise to Make an Impact in Small Systems

    Many communities across the United States have deficient infrastructure systems and struggle with regulatory compliance issues. The American Water Works Association, in alliance with the American Society of Civil Engineers and Engineers Without Borders USA, has developed a program to fulfill such communities’ need for help in addressing these concerns. This program, the Community Engineering ...


    ONLINE

  • Borehole Design, Construction and Operation 2017

    Correct design and long term maintenance of boreholes is critical to ensuring sustainable water supplies from groundwater. This course provides a detailed understanding of the principles and practice of borehole design and maintenance, including site selection, design, drilling, geophysical investigation, test pumping, and long-term maintenance. The focus is on water supply boreholes, although ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Climate Change: Vulnerability, Impacts and Adaptation 2017

    This course provides in-depth understanding and hands on experience of using future climate scenarios from the UKCP09 and other international projections. The course can be tailored to specific sectors, and delegates may choose to specialise and attend: • Days 1-3: Impacts and vulnerability: methodology, application of climate scenarios, natural environment, water resources, sea level rise ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • 4th International Conference on Water & Society

    The Water and Society Conference is to be reconvened in 2017 following the success of the previous meetings, the first of which was held in Las Vegas in 2011, followed by a meeting in 2013 in the New Forest, UK, home to the Wessex Institute, and one in La Coruna, Spain in 2015.This meeting will encourage trans-disciplinary communication on issues related to the nature of water, and its use and ...


    SEVILLE, SPAIN

  • AquaConSoil2017

    The 14th International AquaConSoil Conference will focus on sustainable use and management of soil, sediment and water resources. The AquaConSoil program will offer Thematic Lecture Sessions, Poster Sessions, Special Sessions, Exhibition, Technical Tours, Courses, and a Matchmaking event. AquaConSoil 2017 provides great opportunities for scientists, companies and policy makers to extend and ...


    LYON

  • Guidance on Cross Connection Control Program Selection and Responsibilities

    Cross Connection Control programs using containment protection practices reduce the risk to the community from actual or potential contamination; however, internal backflow can occur because of cross connection at the point of use. In this webinar, risks and benefits of containment versus internal isolation programs will be assessed for hazard mitigation, and the responsibilities of both the ...


    ONLINE

  • Financial Management: Cost of Service Rate-Making Seminar

    This three-day course uses time-honored strategies to teach attendees how to set cost-based and defendable rates. Utilities are faced with escalating costs of operational and infrastructure improvements, expanding regulatory and environmental forces from government and public interest groups and public demand for clean and affordable water. ...


    DENVER

  • Funding Mechanisms for Source Water Protection Programs

    Participants attending this webinar will learn how to make a case for creating a permanent source water protection reserve account and will learn the specific steps for how to set up a reserve account to enable long-term land acquisition, conservation easements, land use best management practices, monitoring, education, and other critical source water protection ...


    ONLINE

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