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Upcoming Classes

Alliance of Indiana Rural Water offers training classes for water and wastewater operators, as well as classes for clerk treasurers, utility boards & councils and utility managers.  Unless otherwise specified all classes have been approved or are pending approval for water or wastewater contact hours by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM).  IDEM approved classes meet the Indiana State Board of Engineers criteria for professional development hours (PDHs).

Combined Sewer Overflows

December 2, 2021 - Webinar


Event date: 12/2/2021 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM Export event

THIS COURSE WILL BE PRESENTED IN WEBINAR FORMAT. PRE-REGISTRATION AND A VALID EMAIL ARE REQUIRED TO RECEIVE THE WEBINAR LINK.

Combined sewers can cause serious water pollution problems during combined sewer overflow (CSO) events when combined sewage and surface runoff flows exceed the capacity of the sewage treatment plant, or of the maximum flow rate of the system which transmits the combined sources. Due to the fact that not all combined systems in Indiana have yet been separated, we feel the need to present this presentation for enlightening the operators how these overflows impact our waterways.


Instructor: Rex Blanton, Wastewater Training Director - Alliance of Indiana Rural Water

Contact Hours: 5 Technical Wastewater
Cost: $30 members / $60 non-members / FREE if no CEUs needed
Time: 9am - 2:3pm (EST)

 

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