With three webinars and three years of Annual Conference online proceedings complete, we’ve developed a new spot for you to get access to these items 24/7. You’ll find our online learning in our member only area with the online member directory and study guides. You can get up-to-date on the latest in SSO-WDR information by checking out the three SSO-WDR webinars: SSO-WDR Enforcement: Collection Systems Inspections Lessons Learned, SSO-WDR Order Changes and SSO-WDR Clean Water Lawsuits. Continue your learning from our Annual Conference proceedings from 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Every year, Northern Safety Day attendees discover the safety training they need and this year is no different. Join us at the Yolo County Fairgrounds on October 27th to learn the latest in trench safety, fall protection, Cal-OSHA regulations, electrical safety and much more. Watch two live confined space demonstrations and be sure to visit with over 25 exhibitors showcasing the latest in safety. Enjoy a BBQ lunch from Buckhorn Catering, and stay ‘til the end for the door prize drawings as you network even more with the exhibitors.
Questions? E-mail Serena or call 510.382.7800 x 115
CWEA can help through the Kirt Brooks Memorial Water Environment Scholarship. The scholarship is for students in or interested in the water environment industry who are members of CWEA or sponsored by CWEA members. Applications for next Fall are due on January 16.
About the Student Winners
Kirk Brooks Memorial Water Environment Scholarship recipients have gone on to serve the public and environment in varied roles such as water quality lab analysts, environmental and civil engineers, university educators, pollution prevention professionals, regulators, utility administrators and managers, and operations and
About Kirt Brooks
CWEA’s scholarship program was named after Kirtland “Kirt” Brooks, who contributed his time, creativity and wisdom to CWEA for nearly 30 years. Kirt become active in the CWEA San Francisco Bay Section and several other northern California sections in the mid ‘60s and then expanded his roles as a CWEA Director and its first paid staff person. He saw the scholarship as a logical extension of the Association’s basic purpose of education of its members.
From Wendy Wert, Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County
On July 7, 2011 William C. Garrett III (Bill), retired from the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County after 39 years of dedicated service. Mr. Garrett’s exemplary professional conduct and achievements in the environmental engineering profession have contributed to the status of our industry. Bill committed his professional life to protecting the water environment through his selected career and in numerous volunteer leadership positions. Bill has been an active member of the California Water Environment Association (CWEA) and the Pretreatment, Pollution Prevention, and Storm Water Committee (formerly the Industrial & Hazardous Waste Committee) for 31 years, and he has been a member of the Water Environment Federation throughout his career. [Read more]
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