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Video #440 ISAWWA Drought Workshop IEPA#8020

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Video #440 - ISAWWA Drought Workshop  IEPA#8020

3 DVDs - 6.0 RTC

Original Air Date:  11-05-12  Elgin, IL

SUMMARY: A one day workshop that looks at the impacts of the 2012 drought on water systems in Illinois.  The workshop will focus on the supply and demand balancing act experienced by water suppliers during the current drought conditions.  Representatives from ISWS, USGS and IEPA will present rainfall, stream flow and groundwater level trends that compare this drought with previous ones.  Water utility representatives will present case studies of how the drought has impacted their systems, both from a demand standpoint and the impacts on supply.  Potential solutions to dealing with the effects of the drought conditions will be discussed in the afternoon session.

 Presenters:

TIME
TALK TITLE
PRESENTER
8:00-8:15am
Opening Remarks
Ed Coggin & Robyn Doescher, Source Water Committee
8:15-9:00am
Illinois State Water Survey Update
Vern Knapp & Jim Angel, Illinois State Water Survey
9:00-9:30am
U.S. Geological Survey Update
Jon Hortness, U.S. Geological Survey
9:30-10:00am
Issues from the 2012 Drought
Rita Lee, IDNR Office of Water Resources
10:00-10:15am
Break

10:15-10:45am
Case Study 1: City of Waukegan
Brian Andersen, City of Waukegan
10:45-11:15am
Case Study 2: City of Crystal Lake & Algonquin
Andy Resek, City of Crystal Lake
11:15-11:45am
Case Study 3 : City of Moline
Greg Swanson, City of Moline
11:45-12:15pm
Lunch

12:15-12:45pm
Case Study 5: City of Elgin
Kyla Jacobsen, City of Elgin
12:45-1:15pm
Case Study 6: City of Aurora
Dave Schumacher & Bob Leible, City of Aurora
1:15-1:45pm
Water efficiency improvements for reducing base demands Cary McElhinney, USEPA, WaterSense
1:45-2:15pm
Lawn Watering Ordinances & Water Reuse to Restrict Peak Demands 
Abby Crisostomo, Metropolitan Planning Council
2:15-2:45pm
Multiple Sources & Source Water Protection
Tim Loftus, CMAP
2:45-3:00pm
Supply: Aquifer Recharge - Effluent Reuse
Ed Coggin, HR Green
3:00-3:15pm
Summary and Concluding Remarks
Ed Coggin, HR Green

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
Renter is responsible for postage for returning in good condition.

A $200.00 FEE WILL BE ASSESSED FOR ALL UNRETURNED VIDEOS

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