Certified Pretreatment Coordinator Course
IWEA will be offering the opportunity to attend a full-day course during the annual conference on Wednesday, August 15th to earn a registered pretreatment coordinator designation.
- The course will offer (8) contact hours including seven hours of instruction followed by a one-hour exam. The course and exam are open to all attendees however, the certification is subject to experience requirements as well.
- The RPC Course Includes: Sampling, Wastestream Categorization, Pretreatment Standards, Permits, Local Limits, Inspections, and Sewer Use Ordinances. At the end of the course a certification exam is offered for those seeking the credential. Successful candidates who meet the qualifications will receive the RPC lapel pin denoting their credential.
- Examinees who pass the test with a grade of 70% or more with the required experience will earn the RPC credential and receive a lapel pin and pocket card. Candidates without 1 year municipal pretreatment experience will have 5 years to complete the experience before retesting is required. They are denoted as RPC-P (provisional) until they complete the required experience portion.