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Broken Image 2019 Water/Wastewater Intermediate & Advanced School
04/15/19 - 04/19/19

Embassy Suites
Loveland, Colorado
April 15 - 19, 2019


The Intermediate/Advanced School offers courses designed to furnish established operators with information to better understand treatment processes and perform their duties in an ever-changing environment. Approved Training Units (TUs) for the courses will be available on the website.

Fees
To pay the advance (discounted) fee, your registration must be received no later than April 1, 2019.
Intermediate Water - $450 (after April 1, $500)
Advanced Water - $450 (after April 1, $500)
Intermediate Wastewater - $450 (after April 1, $500)
Industrial Wastewater - $450 (after April 1, $500)
Biosolids - $450 (after April 1, $500)
Activated Sludge - $450 (after April 1, $500)
Lunches and Course Notebooks can be included for an additional fee.
*Scholarship options are available - Scholarships covering the tuition for one course of study in the Intermediate/Advanced School will be awarded to applicants employed by a town or municipality water or sewer district serving fewer than 3,300 residents within the Rocky Mountain Region. (CO, NM, WY)
Scholarships will be reviewed and awarded based on size of community served, location, and level of certification required for that entity by the scholarship review board.

Hotel Reservations

New location: The Intermediate & Advanced School now takes place at the Embassy Suites in Loveland, CO. The hotel is located off I-25 (Exit 259) and Clydesdale Parkway.

If you are staying at the Embassy Suites, breakfast and a Manager’s Reception in the evening will be included with your room reservation. To reserve a room, call 970-612-2440 or go to https://embassysuites.hilton.com/en/es/groups/personalized/F/FNLESES-RIA-20190414/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG. Make sure to use the code RMWEA Intermediate/Advanced School in order to receive the discounted sleeping room rate. Rates will increase after March 30, 2019.


Location: Embassy Suites Loveland
4705 Clydesdale Parkway
Loveland, CO 80538

Registration ends on April 19, 2019





Industrial Wastewater Committee Tour, LePrino Wastewater System
02/21/19

1:00 tour of the LePrino Wastewater Treatment System
Location: LePrino
1133 Ash Ave.
Greeley, CO


The attendee limit has been reached for this event.



TAC Luncheon February 2019
02/21/19

 

Hot off the Press: Recent Advancements in Water Treatment 
Thursday, February 21st,
2019

This month’s presentation will be a “tag-team” by Charlie Liu, Carolyn Coffey and Kate Newhart. Charlie, Carolyn, and Kate are all PhD students at the Colorado School of Mines in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department, each representing a major water/wastewater treatment research lab on campus.  
 
Charlie Liu will be discussing per and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) treatment in groundwater including a brief overview on PFASs, treatment technologies currently used and researched, and results from pilot scale case studies with granular activated carbon (GAC) and nanofiltration (NF) membranes in contaminated and spiked waters. Carolyn Coffey will present her work on energy-positive, anaerobic treatment of municipal wastewater including how anaerobic organic removal with simultaneous partial-nitritation anammox (PN/A) can be achieved in a pilot-scale primary/secondary anaerobic reactor for energy generation. Kate Newhart will discuss the use of big data in municipal wastewater including a case study of statistical process control to detect treatment faults in a sequencing batch membrane bioreactor. 
 
Directions: 
The luncheon will be held at AWWA at 6666 W. Quincy Ave, Denver. From Hwy 285 (W. Hampden Ave)  exit Sheridan Blvd. Turn right onto W. Quincy Ave. Turn right at the entrance to the AWWA campus  (Pierce Street), and proceed to the south side of the building. Enter through the south (visitor) entrance  and proceed upstairs to the Lynn Laskey Center. Visitor parking is available on the south and west sides  of the building.    Registration:  JTAC Registration: Registration and payment for JTAC luncheons is handled on line at: JTAC Luncheon 

Registration:
Registration may be made for a single attendee or for multiple attendees in a party. It will  still be necessary to check in at the luncheon. Lunches will be based on the head count per the  registration site. Please do not attempt to show up without registering in advance. If you are unable to  pay on line, please contact Steve Polson (720‐286‐5376, steve.polson@jacobs.com) to make  arrangements for paying with check or cash.  The registration deadline for this event is Wednesday, February 20th, at 10:00 AM MST. Please be  aware that with the new registration procedure, late registrations will not be accepted as in the past.  This will enable us to avoid having to purchase extra lunches to allow for potential late‐comers.   Check‐in at the site is from 11:30 am to 12:00 pm. The presentation will begin shortly thereafter.  Registration fees are $20 for AWWA or WEF members, $25 for nonmembers, and $15 for Students and  Retired Members.


Location: AWWA
6666 West Quincy Avenue
Denver, CO 80235

Registration ends on February 20, 2019



How to register:
- Click on "click here to register for this event".
- Enter your email address
- Enter your contact information

If you are an RMWEA member you will be directed to select a registration package. Select a member package.

If you are NOT an RMWEA member you will be asked if you want to become one. If you DO NOT want to become a member click "No, not at this time". As a non-member you will see a note that says you cannot purchase a membership package. If you are an RMSAWWA member IGNORE this and select a member package. If you are a non-member select a non-member package.

At this point you may add another attendee of complete the registration.




16th Annual Rocky Mountain Student Conference
05/13/19

The student conference is a research forum where talented graduate and undergraduate students from various universities in the Rocky Mountain region present water/wastewater related projects. Above all, this conference connects academia and industry through networking among students, engineering and consulting firms, local utilities, university faculty, and more.
 
Location: CU Boulder
Boulder, CO


Registration is Coming Soon for this event



Boots on the Ground PWO – NTP Edition
05/15/19 - 05/15/19

Course name:  Boots on the Ground PWO – NTP Edition
Presenting facility-specific wastewater treatment technology from a real-life Operations perspective
 
RMWEA is sponsoring the launch of a new PWO event:  “Boots on the Ground”, where we explore the practical application, troubleshooting, and personal experience of wastewater treatment technology from the Operations perspective.  The event will encompass presentations made by the Operators and Inline Instrument Specialists who work with the equipment and processes on a daily basis.  We will discuss the process theory, history of operating the process and/or equipment, modifications needed for real-life application and/or changing conditions, and all the ingenious troubleshooting made by O&M and Inline staff.  We will follow up presentations and discussions with field visits of the actual process at the plant, to get a real ‘boots on the ground’ view.  Networking and question/answer sessions are also encouraged, to help us all learn as  a regional community.
 
The NTP Edition will be held at the Metro Wastewater Reclamation District’s new 4.2 avg MGD/28.8 rated MGD facility, the Northern Treatment Plant, to discuss the startup, operation, and troubleshooting of several key systems of the plant:  Secondary treatment (5-stage bardenpho with step-feed, and 100% SWAS), Tertiary treatment (flocculation/sedimentation using alum + course sand filtration), Post-Aerobic Digestion (mitigating sidestream nitrogen and phosphorus loading), and an overview of the inline instrumentation systems of the plant (which makes it all possible).
 
We are asking to limit attendance to municipal wastewater treatment plant field workers and supervisors.  The launch of this PWO series is an effort to connect field workers to share real-life operational experience of wastewater treatment. 
 
 
Location: Northern Treatment Plant
51 E. Baseline Rd
Brighton, CO 80603

Registration ends on May 1, 2019
There are currently 27 spots remaining out of 30





2019 Operations Challenge Golf Tournament
06/03/19


20th Annual Operations Challenge Golf Tournament
Check in Opens at 7:00 AM
Shotgun start at 8:30 AM
Banquet 1:30 - 3:30 PM
Location: Todd Creek Golf Club
8455 Heritage Drive
Thornton, co 80602

Registration ends on May 30, 2019





Greeley PWO Seminar 2019
06/13/19

PWO Seminar
Double Tree by Hilton Greeley at Lincoln Park
919 7th St., Greeley, Colorado 80643


June 13, 2019

Presenter Title of Presentation Time Slot Company
       

Location: Double Tree by Hilton Greeley at Lincoln Park
919 7th St
Greeley, CO 80643

Registration ends on June 11, 2019
There are currently 39 spots remaining out of 40






Leadville Operator School 2019
07/22/19 - 07/26/19

32nd ANNUAL LEADVILLE
WATER and WASTEWATER OPERATORS CONFERENCE
JULY 22 – JULY 26, 2019

 
A full curriculum for Water and Wastewater Plant Operators as well as Collection and Distribution System Operators is being offered at this year’s conference. This conference has been designed to upgrade operational skills, obtain the required Training Units for certification renewal or obtain additional education and aid in helping those studying for certification exams. 

The Water course is limited to the first 45 participants. Math classes will be divided into Basic and Advanced. The Distribution / Collection course is limited to 35 participants. 

The PWO Committee of the RMWEA will offer two tracks for the Wastewater Operator, Advanced (A/B certifications) and Intermediate (C/D certifications). The Wastewater tracks will be limited to 35 participants for each course.  

The Colorado Mountain College offers dormitory style housing and meals served cafeteria style. Single occupancy room and board for 5-nights is $550 and is limited to a first come first served basis. This will provide lodging from Sunday night through Thursday night; it also includes meals from Monday breakfast through Friday lunch. Check-in for the dorm rooms are handled by the college and starts Sunday after 4:00 pm. If you are taking an exam on Saturday, be sure to register for a 6-night stay, $620. (you must be pre-registered by March 1st to take an exam).

The dorm rooms have limited furnishings. There is no TV, radio or alarm clock. There is free internet via High Speed Wireless. The bed is a single and includes linen, bring your own pillow. There is a common area with a TV lounge and pool table. 

Cafeteria meal tickets are available for those staying off campus for $185 for the week. Individual meals can be purchased at the conference information desk in the cafeteria. No meals are served after lunch on Friday. 

Please check website for updated schedule information. http://www.rmwea.org or http://www.rmsawwa.org 
REGISTRATION FOR THE CONFERENCE WILL BE LIMITED, so please send your application in early! 
 
Registration confirmation will be acknowledged by phone or e-mail. 
 
Limited evening activities have been planned to allow time to study or enjoy Leadville and the surrounding area. All attendees are encouraged to Check-In for the conference at the residence hall Sunday afternoon during our “Meet & Greet” session, which will include snacks and beverages; this is an opportunity to get acquainted with your fellow operators and conference coordinators. These beverages and snacks will be provided from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm, no dinner will be served at the cafeteria Sunday. 

There will be a “Special Math Help Session” during the week; more information on this will be available during the conference.
 
Thursday night has been set aside for the traditional “Toilet Bowl Competition” (Water and Wastewater trivia). Four person teams consisting of 2 Water and 2 Wastewater people will vie for the coveted, savagely contested, priceless and precious individual trophies for First and Second Place (Bragging rights included). 

Training Unit Certificates will be emailed to attendees; you must provide a working email address when you register. 

 All 5-Day courses will provide a minimum of 3.0 TU’s for their respective field. 

This is the largest Water & Wastewater Conference specifically for OPERATOR’s in the Rocky Mountain region. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet, interface and network with others in your industry

Location: Colorado Mountain College - Leadville
Leadville, Co

Registration ends on July 15, 2019