Join your fellow operators at the 30th gathering of the Native American Water Master’s Association on Tuesday, August 29th, at the Cher-Ae Heights Casino Sunset Restaurant, 27 Scenic Drive, Trinidad, CA 95570. The purpose of NAWMA meetings is to provide a forum to discuss evolving drinking water regulations, technologies, and issues facing tribal water utilities. These meetings support local tribal water operators by providing relevant changing information and contact hours needed to maintain drinking water certification as well as allow for networking with regional and local
operators. NAWMA sessions occur on a minimum quarterly basis throughout the year and are coordinated by local RCAC technical assistance providers. Trinidad, Mckinleyville and Arcata offers several sites for per diem lodging. Lunch will be provided. Agenda: Roundtable Discussion: Your chance to discuss drinking water and wastewater issues in your community. Collecting the Lead and Copper Sample;
New guidelines; Ron and Randy. Reading the lead and copper result; Am I in
compliance? Randy and Ron. Public Notification of Lead and Copper Samples; More than filling out the forms - Ron and Randy. DBP Sampling in August; How, where and
why? Randy and Ron. Tribal Operators Only!