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To our Water Institute Registrants, Exhibitors and Speakers – In light of Governor Holcomb’s recent proclamations and the escalating Covid-19 situation in Indiana and Orange County, the decision has been made to cancel our upcoming 2020 Water Institute (which was to take place December 7-9, 2020 in French Lick) as an in-person event. We will, however, offer virtual educational sessions for obtaining CEUs and relevant information. This decision has come with much regret, but also a great sense of responsibility…Find out more »
Exam Cram 1, water operators will study subjects regarding basic water treatment and distribution to further their knowledge in preparation for taking the certification exam. Pending IDEM approval of 2 Technical Water Hours Exam Cram PDF Online RegistrationFind out more »
Exam Cram 2, for water operators, will study subjects regarding water treatment and distribution to further build upon their knowledge and training from Exam Cram 1, in preparation for taking the certification exam. There will be more math formulas and specific discussion for larger systems and WT3, WT4 and WT5. Pending IDEM approval for 2 Technical Water Hours. Exam Cram PDF Online RegistrationFind out more »
Exam Cram 3, for water operators, will study more advanced subjects regarding water treatment and large distribution systems. This is to further build upon their knowledge and training from Exam Cram 1 and 2, in preparation for taking the certification exam. There will be advanced math formulas and specific discussion for larger systems and advanced treatment processes for surface and groundwater including source water protection, WT3, WT4 and WT5. Pending IDEM approval of 2 Water Technical Hours. Exam Cram PDF…Find out more »
Conference CHANGE - Our 113th Annual Conference will be held April 19 - 21, 2021 at the Marriott Hotel EAST in Indianapolis. Call for Abstracts We are currently accepting abstracts for our 2021 conference. The deadline for submitting your abstract is September 30, 2020. Criteria for selection to the conference will include originality, technical content, significance of work, and abstract quality. When submitting your abstract, please follow the items below: Abstracts must be between 100 and 200 words, typed. Any…Find out more »