Category: Certification

Operator Hiring Center

The Division would like to assist Utah’s water systems with obtaining a certified operator for their system. Water Systems Looking to Hire a Certified Operator Water systems may notify the Division when they are looking to hire a certified operator. Submit this information to DDWOpCert@utah.gov if your water system is hiring a water operator. Water …

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CEU Portal for Training Providers and Water Systems

A faster and easier way to submit CEU courses electronically. Enter operators individually or upload a CSV file. The CEU’s will be uploaded into the database immediately after approval instead of waiting for them to be entered by hand. Steps for Creating a Portal Account Go to WaterLink.utah.gov Go to the Public/Portals drop-down Click “Portal Access …

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Operator Certification: Utah Division of Drinking Water

Water systems provide safe drinking water to residents across the state. It takes Certified Water Operators to run the water systems, and the State of Utah oversees this certification program. The Water Operator exam certifies those who can demonstrate competency to protect the public health through proficient operation of waterworks facilities. Operator Certification Report Search …

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Managing or Operating an Existing Public Drinking Water System

Bacteriologic and Chemical Samples A minimum number of bacteriologic and chemical samples must be taken from your system. Samples must be analyzed by a certified laboratory. Monitoring waivers may be available for certain chemicals. Certified Operator Certain water systems must have a certified operator. Conservation Plans—Utah Division of Water Resources Systems serving 500 or more …

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2011 Environmental Benefits Realized: Reports: Clean Utah

| Overview | Autoliv | Circle Four Farms | Firestone | Granite | Hexcel | IM Flash | USANA | UTA | Xanterra Zion Lodge | Overview 1962 metric tons of CO2 reduced (from electrical saving calculations using 1.193 lbs CO2 per kWh). 49 tons of NOx reduced. Reduced 718,085 pounds of hazardous chemicals (normalized …

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