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2/3/202311:30am to 1:00pm

This is the annual leadership retreat for FWEA volunteers. This is an invitation only event.

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1:00pm to 5:00pmKaren Wallace

Come join the West Coast Chapter as we kick off the 2023 year with great food, great company and a great topic of discussion:

Topic: Pinellas County Private Sewer Lateral Program

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2/9/202311:30am to 1:00pmAdriell Shrikissoon

 Join us for he Operations Challenge kickoff meeting and training day. There is no cost for operators to attend. Come and learn about Operations Challenge and how you can form a team. 

Please RSVP by selecting the registration link. 

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2/15/20239:00am to 1:00pmAda Levy


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2/15/202311:45am to 1:15pmAngel Villarruel-Moore

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2/22/20237:30am to 4:00pmNicole Little

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2/22/20238:00am to 4:00pmLarry Hickey

Speaker: Steve Williamson, Manager, Village of Key Biscayne


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2/23/20236:00pm to 9:00pmAbnery Picon

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2/24/202311:00am to 4:00pmJacob Porter

The FWEA Treasure Coast Chapter will be hosting a clarifier technical workshop on February 28th focusing on the design, construction, operations of clarifiers in our industry. 


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2/28/20238:00am to 4:00pmAlex Maas

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3/3/20238:00am to 4:00pm

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3/9/20236:00pm to 9:00pmCarlee Chaffin



FWEA Members:  $110
Non-Members:  $155

Add $20 after Apr. 7, 2023. 



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4/13/20239:00am to 4:00pmHai Vu


This will be the 1st clay shooting tournament for the FWEA Treasure Coast Chapter so let's be sure to make it a great one! Come on out and shoot for charity and get a chance to win some amazing prizes!


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4/28/20239:00am to 2:00pmAlex Maas

This is a joint annual conference between FWEA, FWPCOA and FSAWWA. 

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Event schedule will be online

Effective Utility Management Workshop:

Your Path to Sustainability  

This workshop will help utilities address a full range of challenges and move toward sustainable management of their operations and infrastructure.
  • Conduct the EUM Self-Assessment the results from which participants can use to spark and support further dialog within their utility about areas for potential improvement and further use of the EUM framework.
  • Equip participants to create an internal team and utilize the EUM framework to assess utility conditions and create a plan for improving.
  • Create an opportunity to learn from peers about their challenges, successes, and plans for improving the future. 
Utilities will learn how to make improvements in the Ten Attributes and Five Keys to Management Success, at a pace consistent with their most pressing challenges. 

This program is presented by the FWEA Utility Management Committee in partnership with U.S. EPA. 

Details coming soon. 

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6/19/20238:30am to 4:00pm

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