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This year's theme is "Public Perception - What Are People Thinking" and is brought to you by the Drinking Water Quality and Research Committee. Don’t miss out on a fantastic group of speakers and the chance to earn up to 5.5 CPE/CEC credits! 


This event has been rescheduled to July 7, 2020. If you previously registered for the original date in March, your registration has automatically been transferred to the new date. Please contact Geneva Hudgins for a refund if you are unable to join us on the new date.

The theme for the 2020 seminar will focus on public perception and steps that water systems can take to address public concerns about emerging drinking water quality issues.  Seminar topics will highlight areas of growing public concern about water quality, including:

  • Source water contaminants including PFAS, cyanotoxins, pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs),
  • Premise plumbing issues including lead and copper corrosion, Legionella, and other opportunistic pathogens, and
  • Drinking water aesthetic issues associated with manganese and taste and odor.
The seminar will feature presentations by nationally recognized speakers on topics with local relevance, as well as a regulatory update on these key topics.  Get to know the speakers by reading their bios located in the Seminar Preview
For more information, please contact Michele Maclauchlan (mac070@henrico.us) or Roger Arnold (rarnold@hazenandsawyer.com).
University of Richmond - Jepson Center
442 Westhampton Way
Richmond, VA 23173
Geneva Hudgins