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Monthly Webinars

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Webinar Archive


2019

2019 Webinar Form

Complete this form after watching the webinar. Fill out the form completely and include your certification number for CEU credit.

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October 29, 2019: Source Protection is one of the most vital and least understood parts of running a successful drinking water system. Learn the basics of source protection as well as how IPS 2020 will change source protection regulation from Utah Division of Drinking Water geologists Deidre Beck and Melissa Noble.

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August 29, 2019: DEQ PIO Jared Mendenhall discusses how to work with the press and the public.

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July 29, 2019: Join Luke Treutel, DDW’s new Lead and Copper Rule Manager, to learn about certification and how to let your customers know the results of their samples.

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June 27, 2019: Learn about changes to the Consumer Confidence Rule and how to turn your CCR into a powerful public relations tool.

September 30, 2019: Reed Hendricks with ChemTech-Ford Laboratories will be teaching proper sampling methods, sample bottles, and correctly filling out the chain of custody forms.

May 28, 2019: Learn up on the recent changes to the Cross Connection Control Program and how they affect your water system. Also, get a tour of the new Cross Connection Control & Backflow Prevention website.

April 29, 2019: Learn about the role enforcement plays in protecting public health and how your system may actually benefit from various types of enforcement.

March 25, 2019: A review of seasonal start up procedures and chemical sampling. If your water system is seasonal, or your system has chemical sampling requirements then March is a good time to review those requirements with DDW staff.

February 4, 2019: See what’s in store for Rural Water’s 2019 Conference.

January 28, 2019: How to upload documents to Waterlink for your particular system. Operators now have the ability to access the Waterlink Portal which allows upload and tracking of documentation you need tracked and approved by DDW.

2018

2018 Webinar Form

Complete this form after watching the webinar. Fill out the form completely and include your certification number for CEU credit.

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November 20, 2018: Join us for Part 2 with Utah DDW Deputy Director Ying-Ying Macauley presenting more detail on how the Division will implement the new system specific sizing requirements.

November 20, 2018: This month the Division of Drinking Water Webinar has Ying-Ying Macauley presenting more detail on how the Division will implement the new system specific sizing requirements.

September 24th, 2018: This webinar explains the difference between reporting violations and monitoring violations and how water systems can prevent getting these avoidable IPS points.

August 20th, 2018: Alane Boyd of the Intermountain Section American Water Works Association highlights their upcoming conference.

Patti Fauver explains the sanitary survey process and how water systems can prepare for upcoming surveys.

July 25, 2018: Patti Fauver explains the sanitary survey process and how water systems can prepare for upcoming surveys.

Michelle Deras with Division of Drinking Water and Ben Holcomb with the Division of Water Quality discuss how the two agencies address harmful algal blooms in Utah.

June 20, 2018: Michelle Deras with Division of Drinking Water and Ben Holcomb with the Division of Water Quality discuss how the two agencies address harmful algal blooms in Utah.

Division of Drinking Water scientist Ryan Dearing presents on the risks of batch chlorination and when intermittent chlorination is appropriate.

May 30, 2018: Division of Drinking Water scientist Ryan Dearing presents on the risks of batch chlorination and when intermittent chlorination is appropriate.

April 30, 2018: Hear from Weber Basin Water Conservancy District and Lehi City on their experiences using the AWWA Water Audit Method to account for drinking water and irrigation water.

April 30, 2018: Hear from Weber Basin Water Conservancy District and Lehi City on their experiences using the AWWA Water Audit Method to account for drinking water and irrigation water.

March 26, 2018: Assistant Division of Drinking Water Director Ying-Ying Macauley explains how H.B. 303 will impact public drinking water systems in Utah.

March 26, 2018: Assistant Division of Drinking Water Director Ying-Ying Macauley explains how H.B. 303 will impact public drinking water systems in Utah.

February 12, 2018: Shannon Rasmussen, Utah Rural Water Association, reviews the exciting events and seminars scheduled for the Rural Water Conference.

February 12, 2018: Shannon Rasmussen, Utah Rural Water Association, reviews the exciting events and seminars scheduled for the Rural Water Conference.

January 29, 2018: Dr. Krista Carlson, a professor at the University of Utah, presents her water treatment research.

January 29, 2018: Dr. Krista Carlson, a professor at the University of Utah, presents her water treatment research.

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