In two days of hands-on workshops, you will learn the latest version of the PCSWMM graphical decision support system, as well as the internals of the latest version of the Stormwater Management Model (SWMM5).
The annual International Conference on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling is a forum for professionals from across North America and overseas to exchange ideas and experience on current practices and emerging technologies.
The BCWWA Young Professionals Committee is hosting a Presentation Skills for Young Professionals breakfast seminar at the Executive Hotel & Conference Centre Burnaby on November 4, 2010 at 7:30 am. This seminar is open to all BCWWA members under the age of 35 or who have less than 10 years work experience in their field. The cost of the event is $40 for members and $75 for non-members. Space is limited so you must register by Friday, October 22.
Effective rainwater management is a critical tool for adaptation to climate change – a leading policy concern in British Columbia. The goal of this workshop is to share positive and innovative developments in rainwater management and to discuss how barriers to change are being overcome in communities in B.C. and beyond. The overall objective is to move municipal governments beyond conventional stormwater management, and inspire them to use rainwater as an integrated resource.
The Cross Connection Control industry requires leading edge skills to ensure safe drinking water from source to tap. This conference is targeted to the needs of backflow prevention testers where participants will obtain technical information on installation, maintenance, testing and recertification.
2010 BCWWA Trade Show in Vancouver at the University of British Columbia.
In partnership with the BCWWA Climate Change Committee, the BC government’s Climate Action Secretariat will hold a 1-day workshop on adapting to climate change in Whistler, BC on Wednesday May 5th.
BCWWA Seminar: Source to Tap: The Comprehensive Drinking Water Source to Tap Assessment Guideline (CS2TA)
The Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport and BCWWA Drinking Water Committee will hold a 1-day workshop in Whistler, BC on May 5th, 2010. This session will introduce the updated Comprehensive Drinking Water Source to Tap Assessment Guideline (CS2TA), and provide information on when, how and where it may be useful in identifying risks to a drinking water system.
BCWWA's Utility Engagement Committee and BC Hydro will be holding a seminar on How to Assess, Design, and Implement Energy Conservation Measures in Partnership with BC Hydro. Wednesday May 5th in Whistler, BC.
A 1-day SCADA workshop in Whistler, at the BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show on Wednesday May 5, 2010.