Video #126 - AWWA Satellite Teleconference O&M: Tools and Techniques to Protect Water Quality IEPA#5197
2 VHS Tapes - 3RTC - Operations and Maintenance: Tools and Techniques to Protect Water Quality in the Distribution System. This video of a satellite teleconference presents information on the sources of contamination in distribution systems and suggests steps, tools and techniques to solve this problem. Panelists include: Paul Carlisle, Construction and Maintenance Superintendent for the East Bay Municiple Utility District (EBMUD), gives tips on controlling sources of contamination; Mary Howell, President of Backflow Management Inc., discusses the importance of a cross connection control program; Paul Schwartz, University of Southern California Foundation for Cross Connection Control and Hydraulic Research, lists the elements of a cross connection control program; and, Mary Hicks, Superintendent for Water Treatment and Distribution at EBMUD, stresses the importance of a flushing program. The use of fire sprinkler systems for residential fire protection is discussed, along with the responsibility for the costs of such a program. Resources are given for more information on cross connection control. Quiz questions are given on the material discussed.
Rental information -
$10.00 for Illinois Section AWWA members or small systems
$20.00 for non Illinois Section AWWA members.
Includes test for renewal training credits for one person - additional tests are $5.00 each
10 days rental - renter is responsible for postage for returning video in good condition.
A $200.00 FEE WILL BE ASSESSED FOR ALL UNRETURNED VIDEOS
Once you have purchased the video, the video will be sent to you via Priority Mail. Once you have
viewed the video, please log in to the website with the quiz link sent
to you. Complete the quiz with a passing grade of 70% and your
renewal training credit hours will be entered into your record and you
may print your certification at the end of the quiz.Questions? Please contact the Illinois Section AWWA Offices at 866-521-3595 x3.