Complimentary Webinar on Building Water Quality Being Held May 5

The Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating and the Canadian Water Quality Association are pleased to present a one-hour complimentary webinar, “Worried About Water Quality After Building Shutdown?,” on May 5 at 1 p.m. EDT.

This webinar will focus on best practices and legislative requirements when opening buildings and water systems after a prolonged closure. Facility types, demographic use, and mechanical system interactions with water quality will be discussed.

The webinar will touch on the basic best practice inspection points of mechanical, water treatment, and piping systems: 

  • Types of facilities
  • Risk assessment regarding population type
  • Washrooms
  • Humidification
  • Water treatment systems
  • Backflow and cross connection
  • Piping systems where possible
  • Steps to consider

As a bonus, this open forum discussion will have a 20-minute informative session accompanied with a question and answer period.

You can register for the webinar here. For questions, contact Therese Kasongo at [email protected]


Jason Jackson has been at Fleming College in various roles including Professor Mechanical Trades, Academic Chair, and Acting Dean for the Schools of Trades and Technology and the School of Business. With a 20-plus year career in the water/wastewater and energy sectors, he offers an extensive and broad-range skill set in both trades and technology automation. As Past President of the Canadian Water Quality Association and incoming Chair for the Canadian Hydronics Council, he brings an extensive industry network related to water both provincially and federally.

Shelley Peters has been a member of the water quality industry in Canada for more than 30 years. Most recently she holds the position of Executive Director for the Canadian Water Quality Association (CWQA). Shelley is a Past President of the CWQA and served on the Board of Directors for more than eight years. She has also been involved with other Boards and Committees outside of the water treatment industry.

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