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  • Water Treatment
    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 Water Treatment Operator Associate Summary The Section offers a professional certification for Water Treatment Operators Each Water Treatment Operator applicant must submit the following items 1 Completed application all requested information 2 Exam payment 120 Members 145 Non Members 3 Proof of qualifications Be able to comprehend the English language to the extent that effective communications can be held with co workers and supervisors Have attained his her 18th birthday 4 Send all the above to the Section Office no later than 20 days prior to the examination Mail 10435 Ashford St Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730 Email Gina Enriquez Fax 909 481 4688 5 RENEWAL Click here to download your application or to renew your certification please complete the Renewal by Fax Form When your application is approved you will be notified of various testing locations including written and computer based options You will be allowed to schedule your exam at a convenient time and place Exam Dates All exam grade levels are

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  • Water Use Efficiency Practitioner
    Use Efficiency Practitioner Examination Renewal Each Water Use Efficiency Practitioner applicant must submit the following items 1 Completed application all requested information 2 Exam payment 135 Members 155 Non Members 3 Proof of qualifications Be able to carry out all duties and responsibilities inherent in the field of water use efficiency Be able to comprehend the English language to the extent that effective communications can be held with co workers and supervisors Have attained his her 18th birthday 4 Send all the above to the Section Office no later than 20 days prior to the examination Mail 10435 Ashford St Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730 Email Gina Enriquez Fax 909 481 4688 When your application is approved you will be notified of various testing locations including written and computer based options You will be allowed to schedule your exam at a convenient time and place Exam Dates All exam grade levels are administered at the dates below in addition to what exam dates are listed on the Events and Classes schedule Name Date There are no records Related Documents Please click on the link below to open each document Exam Application Water Use Efficiency Grade 2 Requirements Water Use Efficiency Grade

    Original URL path: http://ca-nv-awwa.org/canv/CNS/Professional_Certification/Water_Use_Efficiency/CNS/Certification/WaterUseEfficiencyPractitioner.aspx?hkey=8f9a8b83-ff5f-4cdf-bb8e-29153627a371 (2016-04-24)
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  • Advocacy
    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 Advocating for Water The CA NV Section AWWA promotes tap water s vital place in public health and advocates on behalf of the utilities that ensure the reliable delivery of safe drinking water We elevate the image of the drinking water profession

    Original URL path: http://ca-nv-awwa.org/canv/CNS/Advocacy/CNS/Advocacy/Advocacy.aspx?hkey=e0a62cc9-3367-46e5-8adb-62938c6e6c91 (2016-04-24)
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  • Advocacy
    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 Advocating for Water The CA NV Section AWWA promotes tap water s vital place in public health and advocates on behalf of the utilities that ensure the reliable delivery of safe drinking water We elevate the image of the drinking water profession

    Original URL path: http://ca-nv-awwa.org/canv/CNS/Advocacy/Advocacy/CNS/Advocacy/Advocacy.aspx?hkey=c82633dc-0eb1-49e9-9841-09f683671adf (2016-04-24)
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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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  • 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

    Original URL path: http://ca-nv-awwa.org/canv/CNS/Advocacy/News/CNS/Advocacy/News.aspx?hkey=eee25cb1-3f0a-4121-abea-e6c554b79780 (2016-04-24)
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  • NSF/ANSI 61
    Compliance with NSF ANSI Std 61 In Drinking Water Systems The State of California s Title 22 Drinking Water Standard Section 64591 states after March 9 2008 a water system shall not use any chemical material lubricant or product in the production treatment or distribution of drinking water that will result in its contact with drinking water that has not been tested and certified as meeting the specifications of NSF International American National Standard Institute NSF ANSI 61 2005 Addendum 1 0 2005 Drinking Water System Components Health Effects An ad hoc subcommittee was formed in late 2012 to address a recurring subject at CANV AWWA conferences brought forth by utility owners consultants and manufacturers alike that is challenges complying with NSF ANSI Standard 61 concrete and other materials used in drinking water systems The subcommittee formed a working group and worked with the California Division of Drinking Water known as CA Department of Public Health when the efforts began to insure there is clarity in the process for insuring compliance with Standard 61 and that the materials used are equally as protective of public health In addition the group engaged with California Construction and Industrial Materials Association CALCIMA for

    Original URL path: http://ca-nv-awwa.org/canv/CNS/Advocacy/NSF_ANSI%20Std%2061/CNS/Advocacy/NSF_ANSI_61_.aspx?hkey=f9adf49e-94f0-4b0b-a859-6c470609b2c6 (2016-04-24)
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  • Source Magazine
    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 SOURCE MAGAZINE Winter 2016 Winter 2015 Spring 2015 Summer 2015 Fall 2015 Winter 2014 Spring 2014 Summer 2014 Fall 2014 Winter 2013 Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Winter 2012 Spring 2012 Summer 2012 Fall 2012 Winter 2011 Spring 2011 Summer 2011 Fall 2011 Summer 2010 Fall 2010 Editorial Information Source is open to all members of CA NV AWWA and the California Nevada Water Community Please contact the Editor Penelope Grenoble to discuss your ideas and how they might integrate with the annual editorial calendar The editor is also available to work with content experts who have an idea or case study they would like to peruse but may not have time to develop Advertising Opportunities Email Kathleen Pishotta Apogee Publications or call her at 888 371 4933 for more information Additional Specifications Guidelines for

    Original URL path: http://ca-nv-awwa.org/canv/CNS/Communications/CNS/Communications/Source_Magazine.aspx?hkey=09e29fc0-33fb-4be4-8875-0035a2059227 (2016-04-24)
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