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WWETT+ Community Events

Small On-Site Domestic Wastewater Treatment Systems – An Australian Perspective.

Join us on Monday, June 1st at 6:00 pm-7:30 pm CDT

This webinar will begin with an introduction to decentralised wastewater treatment, followed by a survey of the landscape of standards/regulations governing on-site wastewater systems performance certification internationally, with a focus on the relevant Australian context.

WWETT+ Past Events

Let it rain! Reuse for urban watersheds and drinking? Is it safe?

Join us on Tuesday, May 19th at 6:00 pm-7:30 pm CDT

Rainwater tanks have been a feature of urban society since the days of ancient civilizations in Persia, Greece & Jordon. With the widespread advent of reticulated water in cities in the 20th century, they largely fell out of favor except for rural and peri-urban communities.

This webinar will touch lightly on most of these topics, with particular emphasis on assessing human health aspects of its use for drinking & non-drinking end uses.

Wastewater-Based Epidemiology

Join us on Monday, May 11th at 5:00 pm-6:30 pm CDT

Join us to discuss how measuring biomarkers in wastewater can reveal information about chemical consumption and population health with Dr. Jake O’Brien, University of Queensland.

Sensileau - Post Covid 19 optimization strategies and tools for Municipal Systems

Join us on Thursday, April 30th at 1:00 pm-2:00 pm CDT

Sensileau - Post Covid 19 optimization strategies and tools for Municipal Systems: Coming to terms with the new reality.
To be covered:
* Water Challenges Addressed by Sensors
* Water Treatment Case Study
* Wastewater Treatment Case Study
* Sensileau's Approach and Platform

Lake Gkula and the Woodford Folk Festival. Queensland Australia

Join us on Tuesday, April 28th at 5:00 pm-6:00 pm CDT

In this presentation Ben Kele, current WasteWater Education Board member will discuss the water quality results of Lake Gkula.

This presentation will focus on the risk assessment that determined the water quality parameters required to allow the swimmers to swim safely. It will discuss the development of a monitoring program and examine the water quality results during the commissioning phase and while swimmers were using Lake Gkula during the festival.

OSHA Rules and Guidance for Water and Wastewater Essential Workers

Join us on Thursday, April 23rd at 10:00-11:00 am CDT

This webinar session will cover:
* A Brief History of the Virus
* Review of Corona Virus Symptoms
* Transmission of the Virus
* What kind of emergency funding can you access?
* Employee Training on Preventative Measures
* Laws Adopted to Address the Pandemic

New Options for Resizing Onsite Mound Wastewater Treatment Systems

Join us on Thursday, April 16th at 10:00-11:00 am CDT

Greg Mayfield will discuss GeoMat leaching system by GeoMatrix and Wasteflow PC drip irrigation by Geoflow.

Upon completion, attendees can request a Certificate to send to their respective accreditation entity. To receive a certificate attendee must be present for the whole event or watch any post-event recording in its entirety. Please note audio in this event will be via your computer or smart device only. If you would like to take part in a post-event telephone conference please check the box and enter your information in the registration form. 


Click Here to Donate to the WWETT+ Community Webinar Series

In partnership with WasteWater Education 501(c)3, WWETT is creating a series of complimentary classes that may qualify for CEU/PDH credit. There is no fee to attend but all donations will help us continue to provide this service.