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Water Treatment

Chapter #: 02021
Chapter Name: Rochester
Reported By: Timothy Ladd
Officer Title:
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City: Rochester
State/Province: NY
Number In Attendance: 22
Meeting Date: 10/18/2016
Meeting Type: Both
Educational Program Subject: Water Treatment
Speaker Name: Mike Bromely
Company: Water Wise
Minutes: Good day our October meeting was another great turn out as always its great to see everyone. Thank you Andy Nohle and Meier Supply for hosting again, Chapter 02021 greatly appreciates your hospitality. We are hoping the 40/8 club will be ready for our November meeting we are thinking not and are putting our heads together to come up with an alternative location. Everyone will receive an e-mail for the next location. The student budget is ready and if anyone would like to take a look please contact one of the officers for a break down. For all those that missed the meeting Mike Bromley from WaterWise gave a great presentation on water care for steam and hot water boilers Thank You Very much. Ron an engineer from Honeywell will talking about the new HFO's that are coming out wave of the future for refrigerants everyone might want to hear this one. Our Rochester chapter is in awesome shape financially if anyone would like a break down please call one of your officers. 47 students this year education is key to stay ahead of our ever evolving industry, we may wear different uniforms but we are all in this together. Hope to see everyone on November21st where is to be determined.  God Bless and work safe.
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