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Water Contamination Incidents and Response Guidance

January 21, 2015, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. MTN

The most significant Emergency Preparedness & Security incidents to occur in the US in the past year have been two contamination events.  In Charleston, West Virginia (Jan 2014), an accidental industrial spill contaminated the Elk River and, subsequently, the West Virginia American Water Company distribution system, leaving 300,000 people without water for drinking, showering, or cooking for more than a week.  In Toledo, Ohio (August 2014), an algal bloom in Lake Erie resulted in the release of cyanobacterial toxins that resulted in 500,000 people losing the use of their drinking water supply for several days.  The purpose of this webinar is to study these two incidents, and then review the US Environmental Protection Agency’s official guidance on response to drinking water contamination events.

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Professional Certification Meets Water Field Challenges

February 4, 2015, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. MTN

Built on a common body of knowledge, compatibility with apprenticeship and educational programs, universal standardized examinations, and industry-developed standards, Professional Operator (PO) certification/designation contributes to the recruitment of qualified personnel to safeguard the future of public health and environmental protection systems while increasing public visibility of those earning PO certification. By highlighting the considerable knowledge, experience, and skills required to meet Certification Commission for Environmental Professionals (C2EP) standards, PO certification firmly establishes water and wastewater operators as professionals and vanguards of environmental protection, public health, and safety. Operators earning this industry-first designation signify their commitment to the profession and expertise in the industry, thereby boosting not only their professional stature as operators but the credibility and public reputation of the organizations they represent. This webinar will lay out a road map to earning the PO designation and highlight the valuable resources that accompany it.

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Solutions to External Corrosion on Buried Mains

February 11, 2015, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. MTN

This webinar will provide the viewer with a basic understanding of common corrosion mechanisms and also presents several real-world projects that have demonstrated how cathodic protection can economically extend the service life of both new and existing buried water utility infrastructure.

Corrosion of various forms of buried cast iron, ductile iron, and steel piping is a serious problem to municipal water utilities. However, infrastructure asset management tools combined with cathodic protection can significantly reduce the number of premature breaks caused by corrosion. Properly designed, installed, and maintained cathodic protection systems can add years of additional service life to both new and existing water transmission and distribution mains.

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  1. View the full upcoming webinar schedule.
  2. After you have identified which webinar you would like to attend, determine if you are viewing as an individual or group. If viewing as an individual, click on “add to cart.” If viewing as a group, select the upgrade option and click on “add to cart.”
  3. Upon receiving your AWWA confirmation email you will need to register with GoToWebinar by following the email instructions.
  4. You must register with GoToWebinar by 9:00 a.m. MT the day of the webinar in order to receive access.
  5. When you register with GoToWebinar, you will be required to enter the AWWA order number in the order field. The order number appears in your confirmation email at the top of the form.
  6. Once you register with GoToWebinar, you will receive automatic approval to the webinar.
NOTE: If you are not the individual viewing the webinar, it is your responsibility to forward the order confirmation and the hand-out link to the viewer. Your access link to the webinar may be denied if you enter incorrect information in the order number field.


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Register through Customer Service at 1.800.926.7337 (Option 1). Phone registration is accepted until 9:00 a.m. MT on the day of the live webinar. 

If you have payment or registration questions or you have not received payment confirmation of your registration, email AWWA Customer Service or call 800.926.7337 (Option 1) or, if outside the United States and Canada, 303.794.7711 (Option 0).

If you have questions or issues with the archive, please contact Sue Bach.

Webinars are priced by individual and group rates.


A group registration fee allows multiple viewers to access the webinar via one computer log-in. All participants should assemble in one meeting room to hear and view the webinar (via one computer and a computer projection system). The group registration option does not permit you to have multiple log-ins. If your organization has multiple locations, each location will require a separate registration.
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AWWA Members
Student Registration – $25
Individual Registration (1 individual) – $75
Group Registration (2 or more people) – $255
Full Year Individual Bundle (1 individual) - $900
Full Year Group Bundle (2 or more people) - $2400

Non-Members
Student Registration – $120
Individual Registration (1 individual) – $120
Group Registration (2 or more people) – $370
Full Year Individual Bundle (1 individual) - $1500
Full Year Group Bundle (2 or more people) - $3750

Cancellation Policy
When you purchase a license you are automatically entitled to view the archived webcast for 30 days, so don't worry if you can't make the broadcast date. If you would like to cancel your purchase entirely, AWWA offers a partial refund on advance cancellations.

If you have a conflict and are unable to view the webinar on the date scheduled, the purchase of a site or single registration allows you to view an archived version of the webinar for up to 30 days following the broadcast date. However, if you still wish to cancel your registration in advance of the webinar, you will be entitled to a partial refund according to the following schedule.

If canceled
  • Three business days or more prior to the webinar date - 75% refund
  • Two business days through the webinar broadcast start time – no refund
  • Any time after the webinar broadcast – no refund
All cancellations must be in writing and must include:
  • Name of registrant
  • Membership number (if applicable)
  • Email address
Mail or fax your cancellation request to AWWA Customer Service at 303.347.0804. Questions? Call 1.800.926.7337 (Option 1)
AWWA utilizes the GoToWebinar platform. A webinar participant will need to review the GoToWebinar System Requirements prior to the webinar day to ensure smooth viewing.

For questions regarding distance learning, please contact the Conferences and Education group.