Training

Over the past few months COVID-19 has changed nearly every aspect of our public lives, causing many municipalities to search for effective solutions. Tracking infection levels is a key element in fighting the virus - the more data available the better the outcome.   While individuals can be tested for the virus  - singular datapoints may not paint a full picture of an area’s virus impact.  A deeper understanding of an area where an outbreak may be occurring can be achieved through wastewater sampling, as virus markers are excreted with human fecal matter. Increases in virus concentration in any given area over time can serve as an early indicator of a possible coming surge in cases and hospitalizations. This additional data can be a great tool that facilitates collaboration within a municipality and potential areas of COVID19 outbreaks.

Hosted by AECOM 

Presenters include: Chris Whitehead & Kevin Voit

 

 

Event Date 06-26-2020 10:00 am
Registration Start Date 06-05-2020
Cut off date 06-24-2020

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PLEASE NOTE: During a test run of this event a technical issue was found. You must now register by clicking HERE. Please register ASAP so you can be logged in before the event begins this Thursday at 10:00am. Sorry for the change but we want to provide the best experience for attendees. 

 

Join us for “An EPA Region 3 Pretreatment Update and Local Limits Roundtable Discussion” September 24th at 10:00 am

The EPWPCOA Industrial Pretreatment Committee would like to invite you to join a presentation by EPA Region 3 regarding pretreatment program updates.
 
Topics will include:
  • annual reporting
  • the EPA enforcement COVID-19 memo
  • offsite inspections
  • dental rule updates
  • PFAS, e-reporting
  • Effluent Limit Guideline (ELG) updates
Additionally, we will continue the webinar with a roundtable discussion on Local Limits (LL) led by expert representatives with various perspectives. EPA Pretreatment representatives, pretreatment program coordinators, and consultants will talk about sampling, LL development, EPA submission, and more!
 
There is no fee for this event. 
 
Agenda
10:00 - 10:05 Welcome - Irene Fitzgerald
10:05 -10:35 EPA Region 3 Updates
Margaret Green and Ryan Shuart from EPA
10:35 - 11:25 Roundtable Discussion - Local Limits
11:25 - 11:30 Closing
  
Event Date 09-24-2020

Location & topic to be determined

Event Date 10-02-2020

Location & topic to be determined

Event Date 10-23-2020

Location & topic to be determined

Event Date 11-06-2020

"Chemical Fed Basics" - 1 hour drinking water and wastewater credit

The purpose of this course is to introduce chemical feed systems.  Specifically review the typical set of chemical feed equipment, the factors that influence equipment selection, how to size the metering pump properly, and how to identify the appropriate technology for specific applications.   At the end of this training the student will be able to identify critical components of a chemical feed system to help them with operation, maintenance and improvement decisions.

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Event Date 11-10-2020 10:00 am
Event End Date 11-10-2020 11:00 am
Registration Start Date 10-23-2020
Cut off date 11-04-2020
Individual Price $20.00

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