The Water Quality Accountability Act (WQAA) became effective on October 19, 2017 and established new requirements for purveyors of public water to improve the safety, reliability and administrative oversight of water infrastructure. The Act requires purveyors to create and implement an asset management plan (AMP) designed to inspect, maintain, repair and renew its infrastructure consistent with standards established by the American Water Works Association (AWWA). In addition to drafting an AMP, purveyors are required to routinely exercise water valves.
3.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ-Licensed Water Operators. TCH Course Number 04-081804-10
3.0 Hours toward license renewal for NJ Certified Public Works Managers: DLGS-NJWA-153 (1.0 MGT, 2.0TECH)
Dates and Locations:
September 20, 2018, Denville Public Works (Back of the yard), 140 Morris Ave., Denville, Morris County