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May 18, 2017
Iowa drinking water and wastewater operators must renew certifications

The current certificate for all certified water treatment, water distribution, and wastewater operators in the state of Iowa will expire on June 30, 2017.

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The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is encouraging operators to submit their renewal applications and payments online using the DNR Operator Certification Online Database. However, if the Iowa DNR does not have an operator’s required continuing education on file, he or she will not be able to renew online and must contact the Iowa DNR immediately. Operators may also renew by mail by sending a paper application and check to the Iowa DNR Water Supply Section.

In order to renew, operators must have earned the number of continuing education credits specified by the certificates they held as of April 1, 2015. If they were not required to complete continuing education at that time, they must still submit a renewal application and fee. If operators fail to earn enough continuing education credits, their certificates will expire on June 30, and they will be required to retest.

All renewal applications must be paid and processed online or postmarked by June 30. If an operator fails to renew, the Iowa DNR will send notice of termination of its certificate.

For further information, contact the Iowa DNR Operator Certification Program at laurie.sharp@dnr.iowa.gov.

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