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We will be sending all registrants and attendees a link to the recorded discussion with slides and captions on Friday, May 25th. Thank you for your patience as we prepare these items.
Attend the Live Webinar with 4 Panelists on May 22nd at 2pm Eastern.
This is the first free online webinar held with representatives from many sides of the backflow installation equation. Fill out the form below to join. You'll hear from:
Joe Gildersleeve has served as the manager with the City of Arlington Water Resource Services for 12 years. Water Resource Services safeguards the City of Arlington water and wastewater systems through applicable federal, state and local regulations. These regulations are implemented in the Industrial Pretreatment, Backflow Prevention, Grease Abatement, and Liquid Waste Transporter programs of the City of Arlington Water Utilities.
Sean Cleary is VP of the IAPMO Backflow Prevention Institute. A 34-year member of UA Local 524 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union, Scranton, Pa., he graduated from their apprenticeship program in 1982. He received his journeyman plumbing license from the City of Scranton in 1983 and received his Master Plumbers License in 1988. He has worked in all phases of the plumbing and mechanical industry.
|Nataly Flores is a civil engineer at Menlo Engineering Associates based Highland Park, New Jersey. MEA provides engineering & landscape architecture design services. They have more than 3,000 planning & design projects to their credit.||
Chris Mayhew is a certified tester and instructor in Richmond, VA. He teaches both a 40 hour backflow tester certification course as well as an 8 hour installation course. He completed the University of Florida (UF), Training, Research and Education for Environmental Occupations Center (TREEO) and holds multiple nationally recognized certificates and a Commercial Plumbing Inspector Certificate from the ICC.
They will talk about current regulations regarding backflow vaults, safety considerations, and what these industry experts would change to improve our current systems. You don't want to miss this discussion.