Swimming pools offer hours of summer fun! Before you blink, everyone in your state will have their swimming pools ready for use this year. So will you be ready to train federal, state, local, and private swimming pool owners, operators, and servicers how use swimming pools properly? When pool water contains high concentrations of chlorine, salt, or muriatic acid which are discharged after being used to acid wash the pool, that discharged water impacts the environment. Since federal, state, and local government agencies have water quality standards focused on illicit discharge, you should attend this important Earth Day week presentation to learn about the pool pollution prevention guidance to share with pool owners, operators, and contractors.
The speaker is NPPR member Aimée Krivan, the Pollution Prevention (P2) Program Coordinator with Orange County (OC) Environmental Protection Division (EPD). Aimée has worked for OC since 2008, and her primary responsibilities have included environmental permitting and compliance and hazardous and solid waste minimization and management. Aimée obtained her Bachelor of Science in Environmental Resource Management & Planning from the University of West Florida.
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