Event Registration - Ohio Water Environment Association

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July Webinar 2024
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

Event Description
Today’s municipal water utilities are facing unprecedented challenges ranging from current and emerging regulatory drivers, climate change impacts, and affordability challenges. Water Research Foundation’s Navigating One Water Planning through Municipal Water Programs: Meeting Multiple Objectives and Regulatory Challenges (WRF 5175) provides insights and strategies for water utilities to use One Water principles to strategically comply with Clean Water Act (CWA) and Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) requirements. This presentation will provide participants with a research approach overview and water sector engagement results, while applying a one water lens to aspects of holistic PFAS management, Use Attainability Analyses and CSO policy.

This webinar is made possible by the generous support of HDR.
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July 10th, 10 am - The webinar will start approximately 15 minutes early to allow for any technological challenges registrants may have. Please plan on logging on early to ensure your equipment is working correctly.

$15 for members; $20 for non members

- Partial credit will not be offered.

- Each registrant must be on their own computer or tablet in order to receive credit.

- Credit will only be granted to those who have the webinar as their active window a minimum of 90% of the time and correctly answer the majority of the questions asked at the end of each presentation.

- If you utilize more than one screen you will need to check the webinar is on your main screen.

- OWEA is not responsible for any technological challenges, including loss of internet. If the registrant doesn't maintain the webinar as their active window for a minimum of 90% of the duration of the webinar due to a lose of internet or other technological issue, no credit will be given.

- Attendees will receive a certificate via email after the webinar as proof of attendance and all awarded contact hours will be uploaded to the EPA within 30 days of the event.