WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2020
Bus leaves at 7:30am, returns by 2:00pm
54 registered attendees
Cost: $75 per person
(lunch on your own at the Dam)
No liquids except bottled water and no weapons (includes pocket knives). Comfortable clothing, and closed toe shoes required. This tour involves an elevator ride down and up, those with pacemakers need to judge for themselves about taking tour as well as those with claustrophobia. The tour includes a secure section of the Dam, so registration will close to allow attendee information to be submitted for background check. No substitutes after July 12, 2020. Non U.S. Citizens will be required to submit Passport number.
Bus Loading: South Point
he entire tour of the dam and power plant are centered on the importance of water – quantity, quality, and utility. A look into the wastewater facilities will emphasize the challenges faced by operating high volume but very seasonal facilities with significant variations in flows and demand while highlighting the legal challenges for compliance with those facilities because they share a common border between two states.
Tour participants will leave with a better understanding of the importance of water and water quality for power generation and irrigation while gaining a perspective on the challenges in water and wastewater treatment for seasonal tourist destinations.
The tour includes a secure section of
the Dam, so registration will close
July 12, 2020 or when sold out to allow attendee information to be submitted for background check.
No substitutes after July 12, 2020.
|Event Date||08-12-2020 7:30 am|
|Event End Date||08-12-2020 2:00 pm|