Water Conservation, Where's the Water, 5/1/19, Frankenmuth

Water Conservation from a Utilities Standpoint 
and 
Where’s The Water 
(Realistic Disaster Management)


May 1, 2019
Bavarian Inn Lodge
One Covered Bridge Lane
Frankenmuth, MI 48734

PENDING DEQ APPROVAL: 0.5 CECs Water

INSTRUCTOR: USABlueBook

Water Conservation from a Utilities Standpoint
Saving water is everyone’s business. Determine the direction your system needs to take in production, maintenance and/or repairs to save water and extend the expected life of your system. Discuss public contributions to water conservation, and how to implement user-based water saving devices. Finally, identify what you should do as a system manager when water rationing becomes required.



Where’s the Water? (Realistic Disaster Management)
The primary job of all water systems is to provide sufficient safe drinking water for their customers. The cookie cutter approach does not work as all systems are unique. Learn which questions to ask and how to better prepare your system for an upcoming disaster. Learn what equipment is available and the necessary supplies to prevent the second disaster which can occur from poor disaster management.



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No lunch/coffee/donuts included $0
Lunch/coffee/donuts included: $25 per person


*Bavarian Inn hotel room offer: $99 for standard double room; $109 for a premium King of double room plus taxes and fees. Call the Bavarian Inn and ask for the MRWA rate.

Payment/Cancellation Policy: Payment is expected prior to class. Cancellations must be requested at least 3 business days prior to the start of the class or your registration fee will be forfeited. If you cancel least 3 business days prior to the start of class, the full amount may be used as credit toward a future class. You may send a substitute attendee.

When
5/1/2019 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Where
Bavarian Inn Lodge One Covered Bridge Lane Frankenmuth 48734

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