Free September WEF Webinars

Resource Recovery, Stormwater Utilities, & Chemical Grouting
Wednesday, September 4
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
Cost $0

Towards a Renewable Future: Assessing Macro Nutrient Recovery as a Viable Treatment Alternative

Wastewater treatment plants are transitioning to water resource recovery facilities – with nutrients, energy, and water as areas of greatest interest. In the last few years the potential to recover these products, especially phosphorus as a primary macro nutrient, has increased dramatically. In this joint WEF/WERF webcast three main ongoing objectives will be discussed in length: characterize factors influencing the adoption of resource recovery systems, provide a guidance tool for the implementation of resource recovery technologies at WWTPs, and experimentally evaluate extractive phosphorus recovery technologies.


Wednesday, September 11
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
Cost $0

User-Fee Funded Stormwater Utilities: Update to the 1994 WEF Manual

This webcast, sponsored by Arcadis, CH2MHill and Black & Veatch, will provide an overview of the 2013 update to the 1994 Water Environment Federation (WEF) special publication, User-Fee-Funded Stormwater Utilities and will highlight some of the chapters that reflect some of the most significant changes in approach and context during the past 20 years. Register for this dynamic webcast to hear leaders of the industry discuss best practices in developing stormwater fee programs, changing requirements for stormwater programs, and the considerable insight from industry experience during the past 20 years.


Wednesday, September 18
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
Cost $0

Chemical Grouting: Control Infiltration and Sustain Existing Sewer Collection System Assets

With municipal dollars being sparse, public works utilities are faced with difficult decisions on how to best protect their collection systems against infiltration and its long term effects. This webcast will provide information on using chemical grouts and grouting technologies & techniques to stop infiltration in collection systems and sustain existing sewer collection system assets.This webcast is sponsored by NAASCO with the support of the Infiltration Control Grouting Association (ICGA).


Continuing Education
2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be earned for participation in each of these webcasts. Please note: Webcast participants are responsible for exploring their state requirements to have their Educational Credits approved for credit. See the individual webcast page for additional information.

Questions?

Please contact us via email at webcasts@wef.org.

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