Category Archives: George Haynes

Can You Dig It?

In Kentucky, one thing that you will face when digging is differences. The multiple soil types, terrains, elevations and climates make it a challenge. The rocky areas of the state are particularly challenging as well as costly. Sometimes having the … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Tools, George Haynes, News & Events | Tagged ,

Continuing Education Opportunity – Surface Water Protection, Organic Removal and Math

The Division of Compliance Assistance is hosting “Surface Water Protection, Organic Removal and Math” at Greenbo Lake State Resort Park. The class will discuss the importance of and methods used to protect surface water, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency mandates … Continue reading

Posted in George Haynes, News & Events | Tagged , , , , ,

Continuing Education Opportunity – Process Control Techniques

How often do we in the wastewater industry hear the words process control? By definition, process control is an engineering discipline that deals with architectures, mechanisms and algorithms for maintaining the output of a specific process within a desired range. … Continue reading

Posted in George Haynes, News & Events | Tagged , , ,

Small System Success Can Be Duplicated

As regulations, compliance and optimization needs change, so should the technology, processes, and the mindset that drives the innovation to change. So often human beings get caught up in the routines. Projects get delayed for lack of funding, communication or … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Tools, George Haynes | Tagged , , , , ,

Dry Cleaning is not Just for Clothes Anymore

Talk about an ironic day, this has been one. A coworker was talking about stopping at the dry cleaners this morning on the way to work in order to have a dress shirt for today. Then no less than an … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Tools, George Haynes | Tagged , ,

Improved Water Quality

In a recent groundwater class, the subject of water quality was brought up. As we conversed about effective and ineffective storage and distribution, an alarming discussion began. A couple of questions were proposed:  How do we know if we are … Continue reading

Posted in Educational Tools, George Haynes | Tagged , , ,

Continuing Education Opportunity – GIS and Backflow Prevention

The Division of Compliance Assistance has partnered with the Operator Training Committee of Ohio to bring operators hands-on training with Geographic Information System (GIS) and backflow prevention training. This will be the second time the training has been offered in … Continue reading

Posted in George Haynes, News & Events | Tagged , , , , , ,