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  • Fall Call for Abstracts
    Operators Online Training for Utilities ACE16 Reception Future Events Membership Join or Renew My Membership Student Chapters Photo Albums Certification Backflow Cross Connection Specialist Water Quality Lab Analyst Water Distribution Operator Water Treatment Operator Water Use Efficiency Advocacy Advocacy Government Affairs News NSF ANSI Std 61 Communications SOURCE Magazine Resource Guide Publications Email Archive Water Loss Loading Important Dates MARCH 14 2016 Deadline to Submit Abstracts MARCH JUNE Abstract Review

    Original URL path: http://ca-nv-awwa.org/CANV/CNS/Events/FC16Abstracts.aspx (2016-04-24)
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  • Membership Applications
    interested in or serving in the field of water supply Young Professional 172 A special discount on first year dues for individuals interested in or serving in the field of water supply who are age 35 or younger Operations Administrative 105 An individual employed in any operating or administrative position by a water utility with 1 000 or fewer service connections or any employee below the supervisory level in a utility with more than 1 000 service connections Student 20 A student enrolled in a minimum of nine credit hours or the equivalent thereof at an accredited institution 2016 Utility Membership Annual Dues Includes membership in AWWA and CA NV Section Dues are determined by the number of service connections Service Connections Grade Annual Dues Plus Points 0 to 5 000 80 300 0 5 001 10 000 81 1 738 125 10 001 25 000 82 3 279 250 25 001 50 000 83 5 380 425 50 001 100 000 84 8 681 650 100 001 150 000 85 12 052 825 150 001 and greater 86 19 439 1 225 2016 Service Provider Membership Annual Dues Includes membership in AWWA and CA NV Section Dues are determined by the gross annual sales to the water supply industry Gross Annual Sales Grade Annual Dues Plus Points Under 1 million 90 1 261 75 1 to 3 million 91 2 251 125 3 to 10 million 92 3 679 375 10 to 20 million 93 5 539 625 Over 20 million 94 7 368 775 Companies engaged in the following Manufacture sales and or distribution of products or services to the water industry Construction of water supply and or treatment facilities Consulting professional services to the water industry Contract operation of water utilities 2016 Partner Agency Institution Membership Annual

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  • NewMembers
    Schedule Education 2016 Water Well Workshop Small System Operator Training Online Training Online Training for Water Operators Online Training for Utilities ACE16 Reception Future Events Membership Join or Renew My Membership Student Chapters Photo Albums Certification Backflow Cross Connection Specialist Water Quality Lab Analyst Water Distribution Operator Water Treatment Operator Water Use Efficiency Advocacy Advocacy Government Affairs News NSF ANSI Std 61 Communications SOURCE Magazine Resource Guide Publications Email Archive

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  • cr6
    provided testimony to CDPH in Los Angeles and submitted written comments jointly with AWWA s regulatory office CA NV AWWA comments suggested several important improvements to the CDPH regulation in part based upon technical analyses by the Jacobs Engineering Group and Water Quality and Treatment Solutions California sets Maximum Containment Level for Hexavalent Chromium On August 22 2014 CDPH announced a proposed MCL for hexavalent chromium or Cr 6 CA NV Section AWWA released a statement in response to the CDPH announcement The full regulatory notice is posted on the CDPH website This begins a 45 day public comment period The Section s CR 6 TAG will review and comment on the proposed MCL Background on Hexavalent Chromium also Chromium VI or Chromium 6 Chromium in several forms is a metallic element found in nature and also from human activities such as making steel plating metal tanning leather or others A California Department of Public Health database of chromium monitoring results collected by California utilities shows that hexavalent chromium has been detected in drinking water sources in 52 of California s 58 counties AWWA has produced a comprehensive primer on hexavalent chromium which should be consulted for much more information California s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment OEHHA set a Public Health Goal PHG for Cr 6 at 0 02 parts per billion in July 2011 In turn the California Department of Public Health will set a Maximum Contaminant Level for Cr 6 in 2013 separate from the existing MCL for total chromium Treatment processes can remove hexavalent chromium to a relatively low level but not to the PHG Depending on where an MCL is set the cost of treatment facilities and their operation and maintenance may potentially add substantial new expenses to a utility s budget Webinar State

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  • wifia
    2016 Water Well Workshop Small System Operator Training Online Training Online Training for Water Operators Online Training for Utilities ACE16 Reception Future Events Membership Join or Renew My Membership Student Chapters Photo Albums Certification Backflow Cross Connection Specialist Water Quality Lab Analyst Water Distribution Operator Water Treatment Operator Water Use Efficiency Advocacy Advocacy Government Affairs News NSF ANSI Std 61 Communications SOURCE Magazine Resource Guide Publications Email Archive Water Loss Infrastructure Financing On June 10 2014 President Obama signed into law the Water Resources Reform and Development Act which includes the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act that AWWA and other groups have been seeking for about three years AWWA began shining a light on the issue of investment or as it were underinvestment in critical water infrastructure The Association published a report in 2012 called Buried No Longer Confronting America s Water Infrastructure Challenge This report free to download determined that over a trillion dollars should be invested in buried water infrastructure between 2012 and 2035 AWWA members were not just talking about the problem however We had a viable approach to spur investment that Congress should act on now the Water Infrastructure Financing Innovations Act WIFIA Download the

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  • npdes
    that drinking water systems with 1 000 or more connections either enroll under the permit or submit a notice of non applicability for their system by September 2015 The State Board does plan to cross reference applications against the Division of Drinking Water permit list to ensure compliance The State Board s program page for the permit is available here Key to compliance with this permit will be the implementation of Best Management Practices BMPs In early 2014 the Environmental Health Safety committee updated their BMP manual which is available for free from the CA NV AWWA website This BMP Manual which was originally developed back in 2005 has become an industry standard and is cited as a reference in the new Statewide NPDES permit When the permitting process began most utilities across the state were not in favor of a statewide permit Most utilities preferred to continue coverage under existing Regional Water Quality Control Board Permits These permits varied in the level of monitoring and reporting required Throughout the three year permit development process State Board staff made significant efforts to engage stakeholders and address the concerns of the water industry State Board staff held nine stakeholder meetings statewide and met one on one with many other utilities and stakeholder groups to incorporate the most crucial concerns related to small systems feasibility and cost of permit compliance Over 90 comment letters were received Three drafts of the permit were developed and in each revision changes were made to address many concerns For example the first drafts of the permit required that all discharges meet primary and secondary MCLs on an annual running average After several utilities explained their operations and expressed concerns compliance with MCLs was dropped in favor of a turbidity effluent limit of 10 NTU After further

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  • News
    Nino stormwater Published 1 12 2016 Press Release California Water Board backs program targeting utilities water losses Published 1 5 2016 Tahoe gets 6 4 billion gallons of water Published 12 22 2015 Breaking Down California s Drought Published 12 7 2015 MWD Partners with Sanitation Districts of LA to Explore Published 11 23 2015 A Day Without Water Published 11 19 2015 El Nino is here and its huge Published 11 16 2015 Three Students to be Awarded at AFC15 Published 10 19 2015 Senate Bill 555 Passes Published 10 9 2015 Rancho Cucamonga reduces water use by 40 Published 10 6 2015 Dr Kenneth D Kerri Training Center Published 9 23 2015 An Epic 500 year Snow Fail in California s Iconic Mountains Published 9 14 2015 LAUSD Board Allocates 20 million to get the Lead out of Water Published 9 4 2015 Chino Basin Water Conservation Fair Published 9 8 2015 North America s Largest Seawater Desalination Plant is Ahead of Schedule Published 9 3 2015 Link Helps Boost Water Wisedom Published 8 26 2015 Napa Seeks Stronger Oversight of Reservoir Areas Published 8 20 2015 Officials Step Up Sampling of Lake Mead Published 8 17 2015 River that runs through downtown San Jose goes dry fish and wildlife suffer Published 8 10 2015 What is Groundwater Published 8 4 2015 July s Record Breaking rainfall may not be over yet Published 7 27 2015 Water managers dodge bullet with May miracle rains Published 7 17 2015 California Utility Stays Ahead of Leaks Published 7 17 2015 EPA Puts Crisis Tools In The Hands of Utilities Published 7 14 2015 Lake Mead Declines Could Tourism Soon Follow Published 7 7 2015 Troubled Delta System is California s Water Battleground Published 6 24 2015 Despite drought some Valley

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  • Government Affairs
    or Renew My Membership Student Chapters Photo Albums Certification Backflow Cross Connection Specialist Water Quality Lab Analyst Water Distribution Operator Water Treatment Operator Water Use Efficiency Advocacy Advocacy Government Affairs News NSF ANSI Std 61 Communications SOURCE Magazine Resource Guide Publications Email Archive Water Loss About Government Affairs Laws and regulations such as those related to the safety of drinking water are critically important to utilities and to AWWA which is an organized voice on a range of issues As a scientific technical and educational organization AWWA frequently serves as a crucial source of information on contamination water treatment and distribution water supply and demand and other vital issues The Government Affairs Committee and the Safe Drinking Water Act Committee keeps the Section abreast of the legislation and regulations affecting Water The Government Affairs Committee weighs alternatives and decides the best approach for conveying vital information to elected officials regulatory agencies or others The Executive Committee typically acts on recommendations made by the Government Affairs Committee so that an action is officially endorsed by the full organization The Safe Drinking Water Act Committee informs Section members and water utilities about existing and proposed state and federal water quality regulations information

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