protecting drinking water Events

  • Advanced Water Rights in Nevada Class 2017

    Class will expand upon the knowledge obtained from previous introductory Water Rights courses. Knowledge about water rights issues as they relate to the purchasing and selling of real estate in Nevada. A review of regulations established for water resource administration in Nevada. Information on court cases, chain of title, deeds and ...


    RENO

  • Water Rights in Nevada Class 2017

    Presented by Michael Buschelman, P.L.S., WRS.; Hugh Ricci, P.E.; & Chris ...


    RENO

  • 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

  • Perfluorinated Compounds: Research & Treatment Part II

    The aim of this webinar is to provide comprehensive and useful information to address Perfluorinated Alkyl Substances (PFAS) in drinking water sources. The PFAS occurrence in different geographic areas will be presented, and the current US Environmental Protection Agency health advisory level for Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and Perfluorooctanyl Sulfonoate (PFOS), plus anticipated regulations ...


    ONLINE

  • IFAT 2018

    IFAT is the World's Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management, and is a place where visitors can find strategies and solutions for using resources in intelligent cycles in a manner that ensures their long-term preservation—with a great deal of success. IFAT is an international industry event and an innovation platform, packed into 230,000 square meters. A ...


    MESSE MÜNCHEN

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