Michigan Water Environment Association


Upcoming Events - MWEA
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Events available for Registration...

Watershed Management Certification Program
03/27/17 - 12/31/18

Online Registration has been Temporarily Suspended for this event

Fund. of Wastewater Math I - Linden
01/18/18
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Asset Management Seminar (Frankenmuth)
01/24/18
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2018 Wastewater Administrators Conference ATTENDEE Registration
01/25/18 - 01/26/18

Registration is Full for this event

2018 Wastewater Administrators Conference SPONSOR Registration
01/25/18 - 01/26/18
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Fund. of Collection Systems - Boyne
01/30/18
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Fund. of Activated Sludge I - Linden
02/01/18
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Infrastructure Funding Seminar 2018
02/06/18
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Operators Day 2018
02/06/18 - 02/07/18
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Fund. of Wastewater Math I - Kalamazoo
02/08/18
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Fund. of Maintenance Practices I - Grand Rapids
02/14/18
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Fund. of Wastewater Math II - Linden
02/15/18
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Fund. of Maintenance Practices I - Bath
02/20/18
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Basic Health and Safety Practices - Grandville
02/21/18
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Fund. of Solids Handling - Boyne
02/21/18
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Fund. of Activated Sludge I - Kalamazoo
02/22/18
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Fund. of Wastewater Math II - Midland
02/28/18
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Fund. of Wastewater Math II - Kalamazoo
03/01/18
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Fund. of Activated Sludge II - Linden
03/06/18
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Fund. of Maintenance Practices II - Bath
03/06/18
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Fund. of Activated Sludge II - Kalamazoo
03/08/18
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Biosolids Conference 2018 - Battle Creek
03/13/18 - 03/14/18
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Fund. of Anaerobic Digester and Control - Kalamazoo
03/15/18
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Basic Health and Safety Practices - Linden
03/20/18
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EDIT - Michigan Watershed Summit
03/28/18

Registration is Coming Soon for this event

Fund. of Activated Sludge I - Boyne
03/29/18
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Fund. of Maintenance Practices II - Grand Rapids
03/29/18
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C and D License Exam Preparation - Spring 2018
04/03/18 - 04/25/18
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Fund. of Anaerobic Digester and Control - Linden
04/05/18
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Fund. of Wastewater Math II - Grandville
04/12/18
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Fund. of Activated Sludge II - Grandville
04/19/18
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Fund. of Wastewater Math I - Bath
04/19/18
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Fund. of Activated Sludge II - Midland
04/25/18
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Fund. of Activated Sludge II - Boyne
04/26/18
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Fund. of Anaerobic Digester and Control - Boyne
05/24/18
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EDIT - 2018 MWEA Annual Conference - Exhibit / Sponsorship
06/24/18

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Missouri River Voyage - Water For People
09/28/18
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Events in the next 30 days...
DateEvent
01/18/18
Fund. of Wastewater Math I - Linden

Linden WRRF

Registration: 7:00 am
Class starts: 7:30 am
Class ends: 3:00 pm


This course is worth 0.6 Technical Wastewater Credits.

Math is a basic skill that is necessary for the function of any wateswater plant. This course will cover much of the basic math and calculations used regularly in wastewater treatment. This course will assist indviduals preparing to take the State of Michigan Wastewater Operators Certification exam. Basic Math I is inteded for D Operators who are preparing to take their C Exams.

 

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01/18/18
IPP Committee Meeting

Call in option is also available: 1-800-747-5150, access code: 6417377

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01/24/18
Asset Management Seminar (Frankenmuth)

Registration is Filling Quickly!!
Join us to learn about steps to implement your 
municipality’s asset management program. 

Topics scheduled to be presented include: review 
of fundamental asset management concepts, 
service and public education, asset management tools,
financial analyses, strategic planning, lessons learned
from several municipalities and an MDEQ update.

This course is worth 0.5 Managerial Wastewater Credits and Drinking Water Credits, and up to 5 PDHs.

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01/25/18
 -01/26/18
Wastewater Administrators Conference (WWAdCon) - Frankenmuth ATTENDEE Registration

2018 Wastewater Admnistrators Conference
Bavarian Inn Lodge, Frankenmuth, MI
Thursday, January 25th & Friday, January 26th

Join us for a two-day event focusing on new ideas and innovations for Wastewater Administrators!

***Attendee registration is full - please contact the MWEA office to be placed on the waiting list in case of a cancellation: (517) 641-7377.***

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01/25/18
 -01/26/18
Wastewater Administrators Conference (WWAdCon) - Frankenmuth SPONSOR Registration

The Wastewater Administrators Conference (WWAdCon) is a gathering of senior wastewater administrators, superintendents and operators from throughout Michigan. This year's conference consists of a 2-day event with technical sessions each day, beginning with a Welcome Reception on Wednesday evening. Additionally, there will be evening entertainment and an awards ceremony on Thursday evening.

Make the most of your company’s investment by participating as a CONFERENCE SPONSOR, now with three levels for 2018 with fabulous perks. View the Sponsor Contract here or click below to register!

**Note: To register as a conference attendee, a separate "Attendee Registration" must be submitted. View Full Agenda Here**
 

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01/26/18
Process Committee Meeting

The Process Committee will be meeting during breakfast Friday morning (Jan 26) at
WWAd Con. Let’s plan on meeting around a table at 7:00 AM. (The program starts at 8:00 AM). Current committee members and anyone interesting in joining are welcome!
 
We will discuss the following topics:
  1. 2017 Process Seminar feedback
    • See attached Seminar Recap. Overall, it was a very well-received seminar with solid speakers.
  2. 2018 Fall Seminar
    • Joint seminar with Sustainable Energy
  3. "Mini" Seminar in Spring
    • Please give some thought to possible “Mini-seminar” locations/topics
Please contact Allen Gelderloos with any questions before the meeting at agelderloos@fveng.com.

01/30/18
Fund. of Collection Systems - Boyne

Boyne City WWTP

Registration: 8:00 am
Class Starts: 8:30 am
Class Ends: 3:00 pm


This course is worth 0.5 Technical Wastewater Credits.

Safe, sanitary and efficient collection of wastewater at its sources (domestic, commercial and industrial) and then its delivery to a facility begins the treatment process. It is also usually the only part of the process of which the public has much awareness. That awareness all too often happens when there are issues with the system causing problems for the public (your customers). The information covered in this course will help staff understand the basics of function, maintenance, operation, protection and preservation of the asset of your system.

 


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02/01/18
Fund. of Activated Sludge I - Linden

Linden WRRF

Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
Class starts at 8:30 a.m.
Class adjourns at 3:00 p.m.


This program explains the basis for specific process controls strategies, the calculations used to implement them and the sampling programs to support them. Also included are general biological concepts related to activated sludge plants and the factors that affect these processes. This course will serve as an excellent part of the MDEQ Operator Certification exam preparation.

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02/06/18
Infrastructure Funding Seminar

This seminar will provide valuable information to 
Utility Owners, Managers, Superintendents, and 
Consultants associated with infrastructure systems.
Current funding programs, water infrastructure audit
tips and benefits of partnerships will be discussed.
 

 
 

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02/06/18
Operators Day

Space is filling up - reserve your spot today!
Registration:
    7:15a - 8:00a
Program:
    8:10a - 11:30a

 
Water and wastewater utility managers and operators should plan to attend either or both days of this training opportunity. Topics include: Audits, Cyber Security, Mobile GIS, Flow Metering, Process Monitoring and more.

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02/07/18
Operators Day

Space is filling up - reserve your spot today!
Registration:
    7:15a - 8:00a
Program:
    8:10a - 11:30a

 
Water and wastewater utility managers and operators should plan to attend either or both days of this training opportunity. Topics include: Audits, Cyber Security, Mobile GIS, Flow Metering, Process Monitoring and more.

more info...
02/08/18
Fund. of Wastewater Math I - Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo Water Reclamation Plant
Building 6

Registration: 7:30 am
Class starts: 8:00 am
Class ends: 3:30 pm


This course is worth 0.6 WW Technical CECs.

Math is a basic skill that is necessary for the function of any wateswater plant. This course will cover much of the basic math and calculations used regularly in wastewater treatment. This course will assist indviduals preparing to take the State of Michigan Wastewater Operators Certification exam. Basic Math I is inteded for D Operators who are preparing to take their C Exams.

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02/13/18
MWEA Lagoon Committee Meeting

The next meeting of the MWEA Lagoon Committee is scheduled for:
 
Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 at 10:00 am.
 
Location:
104 E. Saginaw St.
Breckenridge, MI 48615
 
Our host will be Jeff Ostrander, Village Manager

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02/14/18
Fund. of Maintenance Practices I- Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids WRRF

Registration: 8:00 am

Class starts: 8:30 am
Class ends: 4:00 pm


Wastewater treatment facilities are among a community's greatest assets, both in terms of value to the quality of life of its citizenry and capital investment. It is imperative that those in charge of said facilities take the utmost care of these crucial resources.

Having a good plan for maintaining the equipment of each component is only the beginning. Personnel assigned to perform the tasks associated with prolonging the life of the system assets must receive proper training. While some of the maintenance can be quite specific to certain devices, there are many general principles, practices and skills that are helpful in almost every maintenance application.

Persons completing this class will have a better base of knowledge and/or skills towards contributing to the overall success of any maintenance program.

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02/15/18
Fund. of Wastewater Math II - Linden

Linden WRRF

Registration: 7:00 am
Class starts: 7:30 am
Class ends: 3:00 pm


This course is worth 0.6 Technical Wastewater Credits.


Math is a basic skill that is necessary for the function of any wastewater plant. This course will cover more advanced math and calculations used in wastewater treatment. There is minimal overlap between this course and Wastewater Math I, and while taking Math I is highly recommended, it is not a prerequisite for Wastewater Math II. Therefore, this class can be considered a ‘stand alone’ option. This course is not for beginners in the wastewater treatment profession.

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