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      For over 100 years, the people of Allensworth have been looking for safe, reliable sources of drinking water. Now, after decades of investigating and implementing various technologies, the community is evaluating an innovation that makes quality drinking water from resources in the sky. Arsenic naturally occurs in the region’s groundwater and Allensworth is served by...

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        Here’s how to show you’re proud to be a CWEA member, to work in wastewater and receive a contest entry. Watch for the dark blue CWEA brochure “CWEA is Dedicated to You” arriving in the mail. Be sure to open that mailer up, free stickers are inside! Want more CWEA stickers? E-mail Alec Mackie at...

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          Read our first article “The SLO Mystery: What Caused a Sudden Drop in Nitrification?” It’s a nightmare every wastewater operator fears – one day your secondary and nutrient removal processes are humming along and the bugs are happy. The next, the biomass is dying, ammonia levels begin rising, turbidity goes up and the process is...

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            All water and wastewater professionals are welcome, including both members and non-members. Wednesday, May 5th 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Registration charge is $50 REGISTER TODAY (If you do not already have a CWEA account, please click “Register” to establish a free account) Event sponsors This workshop will allow attendees to explore the strategic, leading-edge...

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              Name: Thomas Bond Current Position: Electromechanical Technician (EMT) Experience/Certifications: 39 years in the Water and Wastewater industries. I currently hold a CA T3 D3 1. What is your current role in water/wastewater? I currently perform the duties of Electromechanical Technician which include but are not limited to performing scheduled preventive and predictive maintenance tasks on...

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                All CWEA members are invited to vote on the incoming officers for the board of directors online. This is your chance to have a say in CWEA leadership and meet the nominees. For continuity of our board leadership, CWEA will conduct the election of its 2021-2022 slate electronically, so watch for a special email to...

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                  Join the Students and Young Professionals Committee Brownbag Luncheon on Mentoring with speaker Kerrie Greenfelder, Kansas City Municipal Water Division Department Manager for Burns & McDonnell and inaugural winner of the 2020 WEF Mentorship Award on June 9 at 12:00 p.m. Students can register for free. Members get a $130 discount before April 23. Cecilia...

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                    Having diversity, equity, and inclusion in all levels of the workforce is vital to innovation and growth in the water sector. WEF’s Board of Trustees has established a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Subcommittee to provide guidance on programs, communications, and membership as the next step in the journey toward becoming as a fully diverse, inclusive,...

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                      Don’t miss the AC21 information session discussing the informal staff draft Statewide Sanitary Sewer System General order on Tuesday, June 8 In March, the State Water Board released an informal staff draft Statewide Sanitary Sewer System General Order, sometimes referred to as the Update to the Waste Discharge Requirements or “WDR Update.” The purpose of...

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                        Don’t miss the AC21 session, Improving your Utility’s Cybersecurity, Moving Past the Oldsmar Hack on Thursday, June 10. Register before April 23 to receive a $130 discount. What are a few important lessons of the Florida cyberattack and was there a similar TeamViewer attack at a California water facility? There are a few important lessons...