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If you’re a certified water operator in the state of Utah, you’re probably aware that every three years, you have some to-dos to knock out for the Utah Department of Environmental Quality Specifically, you need to go through the specified renewal process in order to keep your certification active.Read more
We’ve got a mouthful for you: the Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation (TDEC) Water & Wastewater Operators Certification Board As its name suggests, that’s the agency that oversees water and wastewater operator certifications throughout the state.Read more
Every two years, all certified Ohio water operators have a little work to do And a lot of that work went digital back in 2018 when the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) made the move to online renewals exclusively.Read more
There’s one major upside to being a certified public water systems operator in North Dakota versus other states Your renewal fee is so affordable, even with a potential increase on the docket, that it has most other states beat.Read more
All told, the North Carolina Water Treatment Facility Operator (NCWTFO) Certification Board has developed a pretty streamlined process for water operator certification renewal The deadline’s easy to remember, you don’t need a ton of training hours during each renewal, and the renewal fee is pretty affordable.Read more