Tag Archives: surface water

Close Hetch Hetchy?

The Hetch Hetchy reservoir in Yosemite National Park has served as a major water source to San Francisco for about a century.  If you’re unfamiliar with California geography, you need to appreciate a few things here.  First, Hetch Hetchy was …
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My Water Stinks!

My old friend Jim Green at the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California apparently “pulled the short straw” and had to speak to the press about a water quality issue facing a few million people in the Inland Empire region …
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WT 1 – The Surface Water Treatment Rule

This course will explore the Surface Water Treatment Rule, including a look at multiple barrier treatment, approved pathogen removal technologies, and disinfection credit using the CT calculation.  Course intended for Water Operator contact hours and continuing education.  Approximate length:  1 …
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WQ 8 – General Source Water Characteristics

This course examines and contrasts the general water quality characteristics of surface water and ground water, looking especially at the occurrence of pathogens.  This course is eligible for one contact hour of continuing education credit for Water System Operators.  Approximate …
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