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EPA offering certification exams

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Guam Environmental Protection Agency will offer certification exams for operators of water and wastewater systems on March 29. The deadline to register is March 2nd at 5 p.m. Documents for the exam are available for download on epa.guam.gov or can be picked up at GEPA's main office in Tiyan. The exam will cost $60.

GEPA strives to ensure the individuals who run the island's water systems have the proper training and knowledge to ensure Guam's drinking water remains safe and clean. The Water and Wastewater Operators Exam is required by Guam Code Annotated Chapter 52. For more information about the Safe Drinking Water Program or the exam, call Angel Marquez at 475-1628 or Tammy Jo Anderson Taft at 475-1646.

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