In 2015, EPA’s Office of Research and Development and Office of Water will host monthly webinars to discuss challenges and treatment solutions for small drinking water and wastewater systems. For this webinar, Kevin Weiss (Office of Water) will present a compendium of performance data for facilities that blend during wet weather, followed by a presentation from Dan Murray (Office of Research and Development) on the evaluation of a decentralized, high-rate wastewater treatment plant for wet weather flows.
You can live-stream the first biennial conference from the Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code (CMAHC) Vote on the Code 2015 for free. Watch and participate live from the convenience of your computer, tablet, or smart phone. Live-streaming is available to anyone and you don’t need to be a CMAHC member to participate in the conference. Register here for live-streaming free of charge.
To learn more about the MAHC, view the 2015 AEC presentation “Act on the MAHC” here.” This presentation by CAPT Jasen Kunz and Doug Sackett, covers the creation and possible implementation of the CDC Model Aquatic Health Code.
National Swimming Pool Foundation® (2014)
This fundamental training and reference manual is for professionals who help protect those who use aquatic venues, including operators, health officials, service technicians, retailers, property managers, and manufacturers. Industry leaders recognize it as the single most important resource for the recreational water industry.
This manual is the definitive source for information on installing decentralized wastewater treatment systems. Developed by a team of experts, this manual provides installers with training materials geared specifically to address installation—one of the many vital aspects of programs for managing decentralized wastewater treatment systems.
Updated and reviewed by leading experts in the field, this revised edition offers new coverage of industrial solid wastes utilization and disposal, the use of surveying in environmental engineering and land use planning, and environmental assessment. Stressing the practicality and appropriateness of treatment, the sixth edition provides realistic solutions for the practicing public health official or environmental engineer.