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Revisit AWWA’s webinar series “Contaminants of Concern”. Originally aired in May 2020, this series of webinar recordings offers you insight into regulatory concerns and updates for inorganic contaminants, corrosion control guidance, and how to manage risk from lead service lines. Sign up today and you will receive a link to view a recorded webinar on your own schedule. 

Contaminants of Concern Webinar Series

Each Webinar recording is $75 for members, $120 for non-members. Upon registration, you will receive a link to view the recording.


Webinar Descriptions

Webinar #1: An Experiment in Environmental Leadership: Denver Water Variance Experience
Register for Webinar #1 and receive these Webinar Presentations:

Denver Water’s Pursuit of a Variance to the LCR Rather Than Accept Orthophosphate as OCCT
Nicole Poncelet-Johnson, Denver Water, Tyson Ingels, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment

What we have Learned with Four Years of Pilot Studies on Harvested Lead Service Lines and Coupon Studies under Identical Conditions
Chris Corwin, Corona Environmental Consulting

A population Weighted Lead Exposure Model to Determine Equivalence between OCCT and the Requested Variance
Chad Seidel, Corona Environmental Consulting

Webinar #2: Manganese: Exploring Treatment Technologies
Manganese (Mn) is a frequent challenge for both surface and groundwater drinking water systems.  Successful management of Mn often involves both treatment at the source and stabilization of accumulated (legacy) Mn in the distribution system. Although Mn is considered an aesthetic concern, there is increasing evidence that the presence of Mn in drinking water may be related to undesirable health effects in humans. For these reasons, water professionals need to be well versed in the treatment of raw water Mn and management of legacy Mn. This webinar will present the most current guidance regarding the both the treatment of Mn and management of legacy Mn. It will also cover an investigating of improvements to manganese treatment by biological processes and review a successful implementation of manganese treatment that also managed iron and disinfection byproduct levels.

Register for Webinar #2 and receive these Webinar presentations:

A Review of Manganese in Drinking Water: Chemistry, Treatment, and Impact on Distribution Systems
Phil Brandhuber 

Renton's Maplewood Well Field Water Quality Improvements
Milton Larson, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants

Creative Process Combinations for Simultaneous Control of Mn, Fe and DBPs
John Tobiason, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Webinar #3: Regulatory Concerns and Updates for Inorganic Contaminants
In this webinar, recent and expected regulatory changes concerning inorganics will be covered. Results from a National Utility Survey on utility perspectives and experiences managing corrosion control in the distribution system will be presented.  Additionally, an overview of findings related specifically to inorganic contaminants from UCMR4 will be presented in this installment of the webinar series.

Register for Webinar #3 and receive these Webinar presentations:

Regulatory Update on Inorganics
Steve Via, American Water Works Association

Evolving Utility Perspectives and Experiences with Corrosion Control – Results from a National Utility Survey
Roger Arnold, Hazen and Sawyer

An overview of Inorganics findings in UCMR4
Andrew Eaton, Eurofins Eaton Analytical

Webinar #4: Corrosion Control
This webinar focuses on evaluating corrosion control in the distribution system and providing recommendations based on pilot-scale studies. Health Canada’s considerations for updating the Corrosion Control Guidance document will also be covered.

Register for Webinar #4 and receive these Webinar presentations:

Considerations in Updating the Corrosion Control Guidance  Document
France Lemieux, Health Canada Water and Air Quality Bureau

Evaluation of Phosphate- and Silicate-Based Corrosion Inhibitors using a Pilot-Scale Distribution System
Bofu Li, Dalhousie University

Impacts of Changing from Surface Water to Groundwater on Lead Behavior – A Desk-Top and Pipe Rig Case Study
Melinda Friedman, Confluence Engineering

Webinar #5: Strategies for Understanding and Managing Risk from Lead 
This webinar will focus on several high priority topics relations to understanding and managing risk from lead in drinking water. Information will be presented related to administering lead testing programs, lead in schools, and lead service line identification.

Register for Webinar #5 and receive these Webinar presentations:

Factors that Influence the Effectiveness of POU Filters to Remove Lead
Sandra Kutzing, CDM Smith

Managing Millions of Data Points – Administering Chicago’s Free Lead Testing Program
Sophie Manley, City of Chicago Water

Assessment of Lead in Childcare and School Drinking Water
John Tobiason, University of Massachusetts Amherst


Pricing

Each webinar is priced separately. There are five total webinars, and each one must be purchased individually for $75 each member rate, or $120 each non-member rate.  

Webinar Title
 
Member 
Price
Non member 
Price
Registration Link
Webinar # 1: An Experiment in Environmental Leadership: Denver Water Variance Experience   $75 $120 Register for #1
Webinar #2: Manganese: Exploring Treatment Technologies $75 $120 Register for #2
Webinar #3: Regulatory Concerns and Updates for Inorganic Contaminants $75 $120 Register for #3
Webinar #4: Corrosion Control $75 $120 Register for #4
Webinar #5: Strategies for Understanding and Managing Risk from Lead $75 $120 Register for #5
   

 

Cancellation Notice

The 2020 Symposium on Inorganics has been cancelled, due to the ongoing Pandemic. Please visit this page in 2021 to learn about future Inorganics events. 
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