Webinars were conducted from November 9 through December 14, 2010.
Sponsored by: the Conservation Technology Information Center, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Tetra Tech. All presentations by Tetra Tech staff.
Moderated by: Angie Williams, Conservation Technology Information Center
Hosted by: Indiana Watershed Leadership Program, Purdue University
November 9: Overview of Centralized and Decentralized Treatment Issues
Summary of Centralized/Decentralized Treatment Approaches Water and Wastewater Resource Management ConsiderationsTMDLs, Watershed Planning, Antidegradation, and Wastewater Wastewater Capacity Development and Cost Issues
November 16: Decentralized Treatment: Processes & Technologies
Wastewater Constituents of Concern Physical, Chemical & Biological Treatment Processes Technology Options & Capabilities for Providing Treatment
November 23: Focus on Decentralized Wastewater System Design: Part 1
Wastewater Characterization: Flow, Strength, Other Constituents Septic, Grease Interceptor, and Flow Equalization Tanks Site Evaluation: Soils, Slopes, Groundwater, and Sizing Issues Gravity and Pressurized Soil Dispersal Options for Effluent
November 30: Focus on Decentralized Wastewater System Design: Part 2
Advanced Treatment Options: Customized and Proprietary Units Clustered Collection and Treatment Systems Treatment System Operation and Maintenance
December 7: Management Approaches for Decentralized Systems
Management Program Elements and Implementation Options Entities Involved in Managing Wastewater Systems TWIST: The Wastewater Information System Tool
December 14 : Integrated Water Resource Management
Current Challenges in Water Resource Management Sustainability & the New Paradigm for Managing Water Resources Case Studies on Integrated Water Resource Management
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