This two-day Customer Service Seminar addresses the challenges facing water utilities in the 21st century. The overall purpose of the seminar is to assist Customer Service Representatives in being responsive to increased customer expectations and expanding global demographics.
Ensure awareness of all safety issues. Promotes proper handling, improves production output and lifespan of the equipment. Reduces costs by increasing competence levels. Creates a better understanding of the unit and its process improves the presonnel's productivity, motivation, competence and retention.
This course provides the information needed to prevent and/or correct problems related to declining water quality and hydraulic performance. Troubleshooting and diagnostic exercises will be presented. The course will show you how to deal with these problems and will help you move from 'crisis management' to cost-effective maintenance.
Benefit from Specific Resources including; One-Stop Environmental Resource Center, Wastewater Training - either Onsite or Online, Cost Reduction Opportunities to Increase your Bottom Line and Strategies to Conserve-On-Water!
SERDP and ESTCP efforts are developing and demonstrating the science, models, tools, and methods needed to understand and manage DoD’s land and water resources and sustain their use for military training and testing lands while meeting stewardship requirements.
Energy Awareness training (EA) is a program that builds teamwork among co-workers in conserving energy, water, and reducing waste all the while reducing costs at work and at home. The training provides valuable information, both technical and behavioural, that will help individuals save energy and money. Statistics show that 5 to 10% energy ...
This class provides the student with the knowledge of how to recognize, document and process water loss claims that have the potential for an economically beneficial recovery of insurance claim costs through subrogation for product performance failure, material defect, manufacturing defect, installation error or construction defect.
This one-day course focuses on site management required to comply with environmental permits and regulations including the Clean air Act, Clean Water Act, and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
The Environmental Law Institute’s Wetlands Program provides professionals and the public with timely, balanced information on wetlands law, policy, science, and management in order to prevent wetlands loss and result in a net gain of wetlands across the United States.