Water Meter Instruction for Seasoned Professionals
Join us for a 1.5-hour live session that will provide an overview of how to choose the best meter for the intended use, developing a prioritization program for water metering of buildings, proper protocol for turning
off a water meter and guidelines for how to test and repair a water meter.
How to choose the perfect water meter type for residential, commercial and industrial purposes.
Ways to prioritize per specific outline criteria
Proper protocol for locating and operating the main water shut-off-valve
Testing and repairing a suspect faulty water meter
Date/Time: October 6, 2020, 9:00 to 10:30 am
Location: This will be a live 1.5-hour virtual class.
Fee: $45 members ----- $60 non-members
Note: Zoom connection information will be sent to each registrant 2-3 days prior to each session. Connection options:
Call dial-in number provided in Zoom email invitation
Connect with your computer by clicking on link in Zoom email invitation
If your computer does not have a microphone, you’ll need to both call in to listen and be heard and connect with your computer to view the PowerPoint presentation.
If possible, a copy of the PowerPoint presentation will be attached to the Zoom email invitation.
State Agency Approval
Maine BLWSO: 1.5 TCHs for Water Operators (22-2020)
Instructor: Steve Clements, Territory Manager for Ti-Sales
Steve Clements is the Territory Manager for Ti-Sales and a waterworks professional with over 24 years of experience in the industry. For the past 18 years his primary focus has been
water metering with emphasis on Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) and Advance Metering Infrastructure (AMI) solutions for municipal and private water utilities. From simple direct read “seasonal” meters to city-wide hybrid and fixed based metering
systems, Steve has helped both small and large utilities to get the very best metering solution for their needs. In addition, his experience gained from “working in the trenches” gives him the perspective to recommend the best products for all
waterworks distribution repairs and upgrades.
Steve’s focus is on delivering the optimum customer service and focusing on the needs of each utility. He provides the very best level of service he possible and continues to learn from the many water works professionals he serves in New England.
For more information call 207-737-4092 or email email@example.com
MRWA is a fully approved Maine Department of Environmental Protection
and Maine BLWSO training provider.