Julie Allen

Training Specialist

Julie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education, majoring in English from Western Montana College and a Master’s degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. She spent 8 years as a certification technician with the Montana Operator Certification Program at MT DEQ where she worked with prospective as well as certified water and wastewater operators across Montana. Julie worked at Moen, Inc in North Carolina as a supervisor in the PVD (physical vapor deposition) department where faucets and other parts were coated before assembly. She also taught English and health and coached the Speech and Drama Team at Fergus High School in Lewistown for 7 years.

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Disinfection By-Products Rule Explained

Compliance with the Stage 2 Disinfection Byproduct (DBP) Rule is required for Community (C) and Non-Transient Non-Community (NTNC) Public Water Systems that use a disinfectant other than ultraviolet light. Brian Hogenson of MDEQ has put together a fact sheet that makes this rule easier to understand. Click here to download the full PDF

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MT DEQ Operator Certification Exam resources and study materials

In Montana, all drinking water treatment plants, wastewater treatment plants, or water distribution systems must be operated under the supervision of a fully certified operator to ensure the proper management, operation, and maintenance of the system. DEQ administers both the water and wastewater operator certification programs and provides testing and program information services to ensure

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NRWA Launches “Unfiltered” Video Update on Legislative and Regulatory Issues

by Carol Booth DUNCAN, Okla. – The National Rural Water Association launched the “Rural Water: Unfiltered” video update today. Unfiltered features discussion and commentary from NRWA’s D.C. staff about current legislative and regulatory issues and how they affect Rural Water utilities. “NRWA is constantly looking for new ways to keep our members informed about issues

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EPA’s Hazard Mitigation Guide for Natural Disasters

This guide encourages water and wastewater utilities to work with their local mitigation planners to implement priority projects using FEMA or other source funding.  It provides an overview of the mitigation process, along with practical examples of mitigation projects to address the impacts of earthquakes, tornados, floods, drought, wildfires and power outages. Why Mitigate the

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