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New Jersey Water Association Monthly Training

25

Sep

2019

Water Well Rehabilitation and Maintenance

September 25, 2019 - 131 N. Maple Avenue, Ridgewood NJ 07450.

Description:
Information about water well problems and effective solutions will be described based upon 35 years of experience. Wells experience loss of production and water quality problems as a normal process of aging. Wells require cleaning in order to minimize loss of production, extend the life of a well and minimize water quality deterioration. One main focus will be a shift away from the “operate to failure” approach, and toward a preventive, time-based maintenance approach to water well asset management.

Date and Location:
September 25, 2019 - 131 N. Maple Avenue, Ridgewood NJ 07450.

Accreditation:
4.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ-Licensed Water Operators. TCH Course Number 04-111802-10.
4.0 Technical Hours toward license renewal for NJ-Certified Public Works Managers. Course #DLGS-NJWA-166
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15

Oct

2019

Pre-Conference (A.M. Session) Benefits of GPS Mapping for Today and Tomorrow.

GPS Data Has Been Collected, So Now What?

NJ Water Association Pre-Conference
Golden Nugget, Atlantic City

 

Sign-in begins at 8:00 a.m. Seminar begins promptly at 8:30 a.m., and ends at 11:45 a.m.

3.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ Water and Wastewater licensees: TCH# 04-091901-30
Certified Public Works Manager Accreditation: DLGS-NJWA-173. (3.0 Hours Management)

 

 

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15

Oct

2019

Pre-Conference (P.M. Session) - Proper Utilization of Power Generators

Tuesday, October 15, 2019, Afternoon Session.
Sign-in begins at 12:15 p.m. Seminar begins promptly at 12:30 p.m., and ends at 3:45 p.m.
3.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ Water and Wastewater licensees: TCH# 04-091902-30
Certified Public Works Manager Accreditation: DLGS-NJWA-174. (1.0 Mgmt., 2.0 Tech.)


Course Description:
Public water and wastewater utilities that rely on emergency power generation know first-hand that despite proper planning and frequent exercising, generators can be damaged by events, can fail to start, or can fail under load. This seminar will provide water and wastewater personnel with information that will help them keep the power on when the grid fails. Topics discussed: Fuel Sources, Generator Placement, Electric Utility Coordination, O&M, Regulations, Cooling, Generator Exercising, Troubleshooting, a Safety and more.
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Training Sessions

NJWA has an extensive training program of half-day and one-day sessions. Seminars are conducted at locations throughout New Jersey for the convenience of participants. Seminars are performance based. NJWA trainings cover a wide variety of subjects pertaining to the technical, managerial and financial skills necessary for efficient system operation. 

For questions and comments about training please contact Rick Howlett