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Don’t Miss This Important Workshop…Method 334.0 Operator Training Reading, PA (SC)

September 24 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Method 334.0 Operator Training
Southcentral Region

Presented by Pa. DEP and PA-AWWA

3.0 Water Contact Hours for Drinking Water Operators

Course no. 7921

SC Flyer METHOD 334.0 Registration Form

Background: EPA Method 334.0 is a quality control protocol for online and handheld/benchtop chlorine analyzers used to collect regulatory data. In Pennsylvania, all community water systems, all nontransient noncommunity water systems, and any transient noncommunity water system using a surface water source or 4-log treatment of viruses for a groundwater source are expected to comply with Method 334.0.

This course explains the various requirements of Method 334.0, including applicability, basic QA/QC considerations, how to work with and dilute primary standards for analyzer verifications, and how to properly document all verifications.

Who should attend? Water operators and other system personnel responsible for conducting chlorine analysis for compliance purposes, including entry point and distribution monitoring, or for the calculation of log inactivation.

Due to class size, we ask that each system initially registers no more than two individuals. 

Course Facts:

Time: 8:30 AM to 12 PM

Certified Operator Contact Hours: 3.0 (Drinking Water Operators only)

Fee: $60 (includes AM coffee, comprehensive workbook and operator contact hours!) Choose your session date location on the registration form.

 

For more information contact Nancy Dinger at (717) 774-8870 or nancydinger@paawwa.org  (Fax number:  717-774-0288)

 

Details

Date:
September 24
Time:
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Venue

Nolde Forest State Park-McConnell Hall
2910 New Holland Road
Reading, PA 19607
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