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January 2022

January 25, 2022 Exam Cram 1 (Webinar)

January 25 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presenter Scott Ham is the Manager of Silver Creek Water Corporation, where he has worked for 32 years. In 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. There will be interactive and high energy examples, flip charts and slides of useful information, that will cover both general and technical categories that follow IDEM’s guidance on proper practices. Online Registration

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January 27, 2022 Exam Cram 2 (Webinar)

January 27 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presenter Scott Ham is the Manager of Silver Creek Water Corporation, where he has worked for 32 years. In Exam Cram 2, 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. This will include interactive and high energy examples, flip charts and slides…

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February 2022

February 1, 2022 Exam Cram 3 (Webinar)

February 1 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presenter Scott Ham is the Manager of Silver Creek Water Corporation, where he has worked for 32 years. In Exam Cram 3, 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…

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February 4, 2022: Power Lunch Hour: Valve Maintenance with Tyler Lucas; American Flow Control

February 4 @ 6:00 am - 11:30 pm

“The implementation of a well-documented maintenance program for distribution valves will greatly enhance an agency’s ability to prepare for and quickly recover.”  This presentation is focus the importance of valve maintenance, safety of the process, cover key information of AWWA Manual M44, and recording data. The goal is to give more insight and information on how to maintain and record keep for distribution gate valves per AWWA Manual 44. Online Registration

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February 10, 2022: Lead & Copper Rule Revisions: What’s New to Know (**FREE Webinar)

February 10 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

This presentation will cover the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions, including the December 17, 2021 Regulatory Determination published by U.S. EPA in the Federal Register, and the potential areas where U.S. EPA may change the rule.  After the overview, there will be a more in depth discussion of the Lead Service Line Inventory requirements (the inventory is due October 16, 2024) and a chance for webinar participants to ask questions. February 10, 2022 9:00 am- 12:00 pm Online Registration

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February 17, 2022; Water: What Do You Know (Webinar)

February 17 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Water:  What Do You Know? (WWDYK) is an advanced class for water operators to study more involved subjects regarding water treatment and large distribution systems. This is to further build upon their knowledge and training from Exam Cram 1, 2 and 3 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. This will include…

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March 2022

March 4, 2022: Power Lunch Hour; Central Canal Aqueduct with Ernest Rogalla; Wiss Janney Elstner Assoc

March 4 @ 6:00 am - 11:30 pm

The Central Canal Aqueduct over Fall Creek in Indianapolis conveys most of Indianapolis’ water for treatment.  Built in 1909, the historic aqueduct is a four-span concrete structure with concrete arches that support the water channel above. The advanced age of the structure and as visible water leakage from the channel prompted Citizens Energy Group to conduct a detailed assessment of the aqueduct to inform future maintenance of this critical piece of infrastructure.   In partnership with Citizens Energy Group (CEG),…

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April 2022

April 1, 2022: Power Lunch Hour: Central IN Groundwater Study with Jack Wittman, PhD; INTERA, Inc.

April 1 @ 6:00 am - 11:30 pm

This presentation summarizes the most recent analysis of future water demand and available supplies in the 9-county Central Indiana Planning Region: Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Morgan, and Shelby counties. Like most larger cities in the Midwest, water supplies in Central Indiana are primarily surface water diversions. Indianapolis’ water supply is the largest public water supply in the state and most of the source water comes from upstream intakes along the West Fork White River and storage in…

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May 2022

May 6, 2022: Power Lunch Hour: Meters, AMR, AMI and Technology Changes: How does it all Work? With Ben Christiansen; Utility Supply

May 6 @ 6:00 am - 11:30 pm

This presentation will highlight the modern technology changes in the utility industry and how implementing meter projects have changed from years past. Using software as a service, GIS data, and new metering technologies have changed the financial impact a traditional meter change out project has on a utility. So what’s best for your utility? What meter style options can be used? What impact do large meters have on your revenue? We will focus on the right questions to ask vendors,…

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June 2022

June 3, 2022: Power Lunch Hour: Citizens Reservoir Water Supply Project Update with Bruce Cooley

June 3 @ 6:00 am - 11:30 pm

Water supply of the future was captured to increase the resilience of the central Indiana water supply. Citizens Reservoir, a depleted rock quarry adjacent to Geist Reservoir, was developed by Citizens Energy Group. At approximately 230 ft deep, the quarry has a storage capacity of over 3 billion gallons. Two tunnels were blasted in the quarry walls to connect five, vertical-drilled shafts to an Intake Structure and a 30 MGD pump station—both built adjacent to the quarry. The pumping system…

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