An Overview of Pipe Locating and Leak Detection (J2430) (6 TCHs)


Includes Lunch

Date: Thursday, June 27, 2024

Time: 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Location: F.W. Webb, 20 Webb Drive, Hampden, ME

Instructors: Eric Denslow, Eastcom Associates, Inc. & Cameron Keyes, Gutermann

Registration deadline: June 20, 2024

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IMPORTANT REGISTRATION FEE DETAILS: This training may be available to you at half-price due to funding available through the Harold Alfond Center for the Advancement of Maine’s Workforce. However, you must apply for this funding before the start of the program. For more information on this funding opportunity, visit the Center’s website here or contact Edward Wright at or contact or (207) 227-2603.

The class will cover the basic theory of pipe locating for both water and sewer utilities including:

  • Ground Penetrating Radar
  • How pipe locators work
  • How to troubleshoot difficult locates
  • The reasons for multiple frequencies and when to use which
  • How to handle and avoid bleed off and distorted signals
  • Tools for plastic pipe locating
  • GPS mapping for utilities
  • Overview of how leak detectors work

Presented by JETCC. Maine JETCC is a program managed by NEIWPCC through a contract with Maine DEP.

To submit a paper registration, please download the J2430 An Overview of Pipe Locating and Leak Detection Registration Form. To avoid late registration fee, please register no later than February 29, 2024. Registrations received after this time will be charged a $15 late fee. A confirmation email will be sent to the registration email provided in the form.

6 Wastewater TCHs approved in CT, MA, ME*, and RI. TCHs pending in NH, NY, and VT.

*Also approved for 6 TCHs for Maine Drinking Water Operators

Cancellations: Seven days’ notice is required IN WRITING (mailed, faxed, or emailed to for you to cancel at no cost. Cancellations received after this time will be charged $25 for programs under $100 and $50 for programs over $100. Registrants who do not cancel or who fail to show are responsible for full payment.