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Join us for the second session of this year's virtual Drinking Water 1-2-3 Academy, highlighting the facts, trends, and challenges of lead service lines (and their replacement) in Illinois. This virtual event will feature:
- A keynote fireside chat on lead service lines and the need for immediate action with U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth.
- A data-informed opening presentation on lead service lines in Illinois - honing in on related legislation, challenges, and opportunities for equitable impact by Brenda Santoyo, Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO).
- A moderated panel conversation featuring insights into innovative public utilities communications strategies, cost saving through predictive-analytics, and lead service line replacement funding methods, moderated by Monica Eng, WBEZ and featuring:
Tom Nagle, Robinson Engineering
Ian Robinson, Blue Conduit
Alexis Woodrow, Denver Water
- A presentation on the IWASSA Water Ambassador Program by Annie Storey, Executive Director, Illinois Section of the American Water Works Association.
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Events are free to attend, but registration is required. Don't forget to register for Event #3!
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For more than 80 years, over 100 Illinois and Indiana communities have trusted Robinson Engineering to provide a full spectrum of engineering and related services. Our expert staff of over 160 qualified professionals is dedicated to exceeding our client’s expectations. Our collaborative approach has built lasting relationships with the communities we serve. We strive to provide a better quality of life through well planned and designed projects.
MPC is partnering with the APA-IL Chicago Metro Section to provide AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for this event. (CM | 2)