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Workshops will educate water system managers, engineers and operators about upcoming regulations
In anticipation of California’s pending drinking water standard for hexavalent chromium (chromium-6), the CA-NV Section of the American Water Works Assn. (CA-NV AWWA), Hazen and Sawyer and the city of Glendale, Calif., are partnering to offer a free webinar and in-person seminars on the treatment technologies for chromium-6 removal. For nearly a decade, the city of Glendale has been managing a major research effort on identifying technologies for removal of chromium-6 from drinking water. Results of this research, technical evaluations, cost and compliance strategies will be discussed at length during the webinar and at each seminar. “This is an incredible opportunity for water system managers, engineers and operators to learn about the upcoming chromium-6 regulation, examine real-world solutions and ask questions at no cost to their utility,” said Tim Worley, executive director of CA-NV AWWA. The agenda features the following recognized experts:
Earn up to three free contact hours by registering for one of the live-lecture seminars.
For more information, contact Grace Cardenas at 909.291.2109, download the registration form or visit www.ca-nv-awwa.org.