SAVE THE DATE for the 2013 WWOAP Conference, August 5,6,7 in State College
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2012 Overview of Chapter 109
Chapter 109 Overview Session: This file contains the information presented during the on hour Chapter 109 overview session at the 2012 WWOAP Conference.
Topics include: subchapters within Chapter 109, one hour reporting violations or situations, Stage 2 Disinfection Byproducts Rule
sampling date and location ID tips, and a Central Office DEP contact list.
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Outline of Chapter 109 by Subchapters
Outline of Subchapters within Chapter 109 and links to additional resources: This file contains a description of each subchapter within Chapter 109 and hyperlinks to additional resources.
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OPERATOR CERTIFICATION EXAM NOTICE
Veteran Hiring Opportunities Click Here for Veteran Hiring Opportunities
Every year, the WWOAP awards a scholarship to a student
pursuing a career in the waterworks industry. CLICK
HERE for more information about the scholarship award.
Operator Certification Regulations have been updated.Click Here for Summary prepared by PA DEP
A Brief Presentation (recently updated) on finding selected topics on DEP's Drinking Water Website has been created.Click Here for Presentation prepared by PA DEP
WWOAP supports the efforts of PaWARN
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You may be eligible for up to $1,500 in reimbursement for training expenses.
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The Partnership is looking for more staff!!!
Partnership for Safe Water Program Representative Wanted in Western Pennsylvania:
The Pennsylvania Section of the American Water Works Association (PA-AWWA) is seeking a representative for the Partnership for Safe Water program (PfSW). The PfSW focuses on optimizing the operation of water filtration plants and is supported by both the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Section. The representative will visit surface water filtration plants in the western portions of the Commonwealth.
The representative's primary objective will be to provide technical assistance and training (e.g. report writing and computer software) to systems working through the Partnership's Phase III Self-Assessment process.
A secondary objective would be to educate the owners/operators of the benefits of membership in the Partnership, with a goal of enrolling additional filter plants in the program. This is a compensated and part-time position. If you have a strong background in optimizing surface water treatment plant operations, are knowledgeable and supportive of the PfSW, are proficient with Word, Excel, and the internet, have good people skills and a desire to see the Partnership Program flourish, please contact Nancy Dinger at 717-774-8870 or email@example.com
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