Hello, everybody! Due to a scheduling conflict, the September meeting location has been changed to the Grundfos/Yeoman’s Chicago Pump factory in Aurora. The topic will be ‘The Advantages of Stepper Motor Design in Chemical Feed Systems’. Not coincidentally, Grundfos is the FVOA Vendor of the Month, and will be supplying donuts and lunch at the meeting.
As always, the meeting will start at 10am. Hope to see you there!
Grundfos / Yeoman’s
3905 Enterprise Ct.
Aurora, IL 60504
For those of you who are coming to the Mini-Conference next week, please be advised there is ongoing construction near the Carpentersville Public Works Facility. Please see the attached map below for more information.
2014 FVOA Conference Construction Traffic
Just a reminder, registration for the 8th Annual FVOA Mini-Conference is open. If you haven’t signed up yet, do it now! The conference will be held on August 21st at the Village of Carpentersville Public Works facility. See the Mini-Conference page for more information and registration forms.
Our friends over at Central States WEA will be hosting an Operations Seminar on September 12th at the Dekalb Sanitary District. See below for more information:
2014 Operations Seminar Agenda
The FVOA will be holding a laboratory discussion of Standard Methods on July 17th. George Schupp from the US EPA will be discussing the ins and outs of standard methods. Also in attendance will be an inorganic chemist to answer any questions.
Over the years, many people have voiced concerns about the Standard Methods. Now is the time to get some answers. Please email Anna your questions or concerns as soon as possible so they can be forwarded to the speakers. Anna’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, if you have any suggestions or topics for future talks, please email them.
Lunch will be provided and best of all, it’s free!
RSVP to email@example.com or by phone 847-526-9612
Date: Thursday, July 17th
Time: 10am to 2pm
Place: Village of Carpentersville
1075 Tamarac Drive
Carpentersville, IL 60110
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Our July Vendor of the Month is GETUM, Inc and Kevin “The Bugman” Ripp from Aquafix!
Come see them at the July 10th meeting, where Kevin will be discussing the ins and outs of odor control during the Heat of Summer as well as the dangers of stagnant and septic sewage, which produces Toxic hydrogen sulfide gas, with the “rotten egg” stench.
“The Bugman” will also guide you through the bloodworm and midge fly control process, so that you can rid yourself of this airborne nuisance.
GETUM Inc is also giving away a $100 gift card to one lucky attendee!
Registration is now open for the 4th Annual FVOA Golf Outing, to be held on July 25th at Pinecrest Golf Club in Huntley. For more information, see the registration form below or contact FVOA’s resident golf pro Adrian Pino at firstname.lastname@example.org
Golf Outing Reg 2014
If you haven’t already renewed your membership for this year, please do so as soon as possible. And as always, if you know anyone who is not yet a member of our organization but you feel they should be, feel free to harass them relentlessly until they give up and join. The form is linked below. Thanks!
2014 Member Renewal Form
Gasvoda & Associates will be hosting a Digestion Process Troubleshooting seminar at their office in Calumet City on June 18th. See the link below for more details.
Our June 2014 Vendor of the Month is Revere Electric!
“Revere Electric is a 4th generation, family owned electrical
and automation distributor that develops strong relationships with
their customers to ensure a profitable and efficient solution for any application”
A representative from Revere will be at the June 12th FVOA meeting in Antioch, speaking about the advantages of switching to LED lighting, and how to obtain grant funding to do so. Hope to see everyone there!
Revere Electric Brochure 2014