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    eLearning Program

    Welcome to AWWA's eLearning program, offering self-paced and instructor-led online courses for water industry professionals. We offer quality training and professional development and continuing education units (CEUs) with the ability to learn on your own time and at your own pace. Explore a variety of subjects, methods, and strategies with an ...

    By American Water Works Association (AWWA) based in Denver, COLORADO (USA).

  • Confined Space Awareness and Control of Hazardous Energy

    This program is required by OSHA/NJ PEOSH for all those who visit or work in or around confined spaces, i.e., manholes, sewer pipes, storm drains or pipes, digesters, tanks, meter vaults, etc. All aspects of the requirements for Entrants, Attendants, Supervisors and Rescue Teams in addition to atmospheric testing, non-entry rescue and harnesses ...

    By New Jersey Water Association (NJWA) based in Waretown, NJ, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Better Jetter Training Programs

    All first time purchasers of US Jetting units receive one day of new unit training at time of delivery. US Jetting offers, for a nominal fee, one-day technician training seminars for unit operators and one-day marketing seminars for owners, managers and service technicians employed by plumbing, sewer & drain contractors. Training classes are ...

    By US Jetting LLC based in Alpharetta, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • Understanding EPA’s NPDES MS4 Permit Program ()

    From the March 2012 Storm Water Solutions Virtual Expo, this Stormwater USA/Storm Water Solutions CEU webinar will address the many changes occurring at present and anticipated in the near future for EPA’s NPDES Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit program.

    By Stormwater ONE, LLC. based in Meriden, CONNECTICUT (USA). from Understanding EPA’s NPDES MS4 Permit Program () Training line

  • Confined Space and Control of Hazardous Energy

    This program is required by OSHA/NJ PEOSH for all those who visit or work in or around confined spaces, i.e., manholes, sewer pipes, storm drains or pipes, digesters, tanks, meter vaults, etc. All aspects of the requirements for Entrants, Attendants, Supervisors and Rescue Teams in addition to atmospheric testing, non-entry rescue and harnesses ...

    By New Jersey Water Association (NJWA) based in Waretown, NJ, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • WJA Tube and Pipe Cleaning Course

    This course is designed to offer the trainee both classroom based theoretical tuition together with practical instruction in the safe & efficient use of high pressure water jetting equipment & accessories for various types of tube & pipe cleaning applications such as clearing blockages, scale and debris.A 20 question questionnaire is ...

    By Jetmasters Limited based in Ewell, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • IDDE - Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System

    Municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) operators are required to train employees and contractors on control measures for stormwater pollution prevention. One such control measure is illicit discharge detection and elimination (IDDE). This kit is designed to train government employees and contractors on IDDE. The 14¼ minute video ...

    By Excal Visual, Inc. based in Avon, COLORADO (USA). from Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Training line

  • IDDE - a Grate Concern (Public Outreach)

    One of the requirements for permitted municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) is to reach out to the general public and inform them about stormwater pollution prevention. One area where many public outreach programs focus is on illicit discharge detection and elimination (IDDE). The public needs to know what an illicit discharge is, not to ...

    By Excal Visual, Inc. based in Avon, COLORADO (USA). from IDDE - a Grate Concern (Public Outreach) Training line

  • WJA Drain and Sewer Cleaning Course

    Most drains and sewer pipes for domestic and light industrial use are 4 inch (100ml) and 6 inch (150ml), going up to and beyond 9 inch (225ml). Blockages can occur anywhere along the length of the pipe, for any number of reasons - from soft tissue expanding as it absorbs water, like throw away nappies, to debris clinging to obstructions like tree ...

    By Jetmasters Limited based in Ewell, UNITED KINGDOM.

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