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Water Reliability Series: COVID-19 and Your Facility
Join us every Thursday at 1:30 PM CST for a virtual workshop and discussion that will walk you through current challenges being posed by COVID-19.

8/6: COVID-19 and Your Facility: A New Chapter with New Challenges
The US water industry will experience a reduction in economic activity by as much as $32.7 billion and lose 75,000-90,000 jobs during this global pandemic.* COVID-19 has provided many challenges, from resourcing to funding, that have to be factored into how facilities operate. How are you pivoting your organization to take COVID-19 into effect?

8/13: Operating Your Facilities - from Home
COVID-19 has changed nearly every aspect of our lives, including how we work. With the threat that COVID-19 poses, it is of utmost importance to keep your team's health and safety as a priority. How do you balance this with effectively operating and maintaining the critical equipment at your facility?

8/20: Training and Continuing Education in the Time of COVID-19
Many facility operators have requirements as to the hours of continuing education and training that should be completed in a year. Due to the current situation, many opportunities for operators to engage in these training opportunities do not exist. How are you ensuring your staff accreditation is not at risk?

9/3: Influent Challenges Caused by Reduced Flow
The reduced demand on many facilities due to COVID-19 has led to unique technical challenges for many wastewater treatment facilities. How do you manage biology, back flushing, and ramping back up once demand picks up?

9/10: Liquidity Lows: Re-prioritizing Budgets Due to Reduced Funding
An April 2020 American Water Works Association report* stated that the US water industry experience a reduction in economic activity by as much as $32.7 billion due to COVID-19. With a significant drain on tax revenues that many water facilities depend on, how do you re-prioritize your budget to focus on the most important items?
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