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GMWEA Tradeshow, November 8!

It’s almost here!

GMWEA will present its 35th annual Tradeshow and Conference — our largest and most  anticipated annual event — on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, at the Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center, Burlington, Vt.

Don’t miss this event — it’s Vermont’s most important water quality professional development opportunity!

It brings together over 400 water, wastewater, and stormwater professionals, water quality technology and service providers, DPW administrators, staff from water-related nonprofit organizations, State agency administrators, educators, and students.

2018’s keynote speaker, Vt. ANR Secretary Julie Moore, will speak about the challenges facing Vermont’s natural waters and our water quality infrastructure. The tradeshow will feature over 100 exhibitors as well as six technical trainings — see below– presented by renowned experts, a delicious lunch, guest speakers, vendor raffles, and lots of networking opportunities.

The sessions (for full descriptions and registration information, visit https://www.gmwea.org/fall-trade-show.html):

Online Resources at OPR (Office of Professional Regulation), presented by Tara Grenier, OPR’s licensing administration supervisor, and Kara Shangraw, OPR’s license administrator for water/wastewater system designers and operators

Safe Handling, Storage, and Pumping of Water and Wastewater Chemicals, presented by Loren A. Swears, Slack Chemical Technical Applications

Polymer: An Owner’s Manual, presented by Ryan Peebles, New England regional manager, Cleanwaters, Inc.

Basic Math for Water and Wastewater Operators, presented by Matt Guerino, training specialist, Vermont Rural Water Association

Updated Boil Water Notice Policy, presented by Ben Montross, compliance and support services section chief, Vt. DEC Drinking Water and Groundwater Protection Division, and Patrick Smart, DEC, DWGWP Division

Working in Confined Spaces, presented by Raymond Morang, safety, training, and service manager, E.J. Prescott Inc.

To return to GMWEA’s website, click here: https://www.gmwea.org.