An ideal tool for the classroom. Topics include: drinking water uses and sources, the water cycle, water treatment, sampling and distribution, importance of trained and certified operators, design and construction of public water systems, environmental protection initiatives. Produced by the Illinois Section American Water Works Association.
City of Battle Creek, Mich. water team Reuben West and Mark Olmstead took the American Water Works Association Michigan Section by storm on Feb. 8, 2017. They are the Hydrant Hysteria state champions, with a time of 1:44.06. They had to properly build a fire hydrant — with dozens of parts — faster than the …
Bob Meyer and Jim Duffy
Quick video of one team competing at the competition. It’s impressive to see how quick these guys can complete this task. leakdetectionservice.com
Jack Hoffbuhr, Executive Director of the American Water Works Association, speaks at National Drinking Water Week, May 10, 2006 in Washington DC.
During a June 2011 mission trip to Ecuador, the AWWA Safe Water in Ecuador group takes water system tours at Lupaxi Central/Bajo/Grande/Chico.