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Locating & Documenting Non-Metallic Buried Utilities (Morris County)
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern
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Monthly Training
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Course Description:
This workshop will benefit those who are involved in the location of underground utilities with an emphasis on non-metallic lines, those who supervise staff who provide utility locating services, and those who are responsible for selecting or purchasing utility locating equipment.
The session will begin with a classroom discussion of technologies and equipment available for locating non-metallic utilities and will also include a module on preserving this information for use in a GIS system.
Weather permitting, some time will be spent outdoors utilizing some of the equipment discussed in the classroom session, including a brief GPR & GPS location demo, and hands-on use of the equipment.
The seminar might be postponed due to severe weather. 

Instructor:   Gus Salles, Eastcom Associates – started in the locating industry in 1992. Spent 16 years at Radiodetection Corp. (’92 to ’08) providing sales support and technical training for utility locating equipment, water leak detection, cable fault finding, pipeline inspection. Extensive travel to Latin America in the ‘90s to develop the utility locating market for Radiodetection.  At Eastcom Associates, Inc. since 2014. Marketing, tech support, and sales to the water and sewer industry in NJ, and CATV throughout Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Electro-Mechanical Engineer from Univ. of Buenos Aires - 1981
Dates and Locations:
February 16, 2023 - Mt. Olive Township Council Chambers, 204 Flanders-Drakestown Rd., Flanders
3.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ-Licensed Water/Wastewater Operators.  TCH Course Number 04-012101-30

3.0 Hours toward license renewal for NJ Certified Public Works Managers: DLGS-NJWA-209 (3.0 Technical)
Mt Olive Township Council Chambers
204 Flanders-Drakestown Rd
Flanders, Ne 07836

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