[Dwopcert] October 12, 2006 Water & Wastewater Workshop
Thu Sep 28 13:27:59 MST 2006
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Water and Wastewater Workshop
October 12, 2006
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Building
1110 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Sponsored by: ADEQ Safe Drinking Water Section
8:00 - 8:30 Registration
8:30 - 9:00 The Need For Pilot Testing: A Discussion
Brian Popadak, Drinking Water
9:00 - 10:00 Arsenic Adsorptive Media - A Good Fit For
Fred Vance, Ph.D., The Dow Chemical
10:00 - 10:15 Break
10:15 - 11:00 Water & Wastewater Field Inspections
Pat Finton & Scott Herschberger,
Water Quality Field Services Unit
11:00 - 12:00 Emerging Water Quality Concerns: A Total
David Walker, Ph.D., University of
12:00 - 12:30 Drinking Water Programs Unit Updates
* Scott Steinhagen, MAP
* Kathy Stevens, Capacity Development/Technical Assistance
* Bill Reed, Op-Cert; Upcoming VA/ERP & Op-Cert ERG Workshops
We anticipate awarding four PDHs for this workshop. In the event of
unforeseen circumstances, agenda items and total number of PDHs offered
may change without notice. Also, workshops often run long. Please
allow some flexibility in your schedule in case changes occur.
Partial PDHs will not be awarded; please plan on attending the entire
There is no need to register in advance; you can register at the door
the morning of the workshop. However, you must sign in with the main
ADEQ desk in the lobby and obtain a visitor ID badge, which must be
displayed on the premises.
Free parking is available in our garage, located on the NW corner of
10th Ave. and Washington St. The visitor's entrance is located off
Washington. There is also on-street parking available on 10th and 12th
Avenues and Adams St.
There is no fee for this workshop.
If you have additional questions, please contact the ADEQ Safe Drinking
Water Section at (602) 771-4644 or, toll free in Arizona, (800)
234-5677, Ext. 771-4644.
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