This is to make you aware and encourage your participation in the Northern California Earthquake Webinars scheduled for October 1 and 8, 2020.
EPA is hosting two webinars to learn about the seismic hazards that threaten Northern California utilities, the steps you can take to address these threats and many case studies from utilities with experience in earthquake preparation, mitigation and response. The following are the topics that will be covered:
Webinar #1: Earthquake threats in Northern California, EPA’s earthquake resilience products and a utility case study.
Webinar #2: Multiple utility case studies from various sized water and wastewater utilities that show how to mitigate earthquake threats.
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