Sponsored by: Environment One Corporation
Faced with aging and failing wastewater conveyance systems, municipalities and sewer utilities are struggling with the challenges of providing responsive, cost-effective solutions for sewer renewal.
Join Keith McHale, P.E. for our free New and Improved Approach to Sewer Renewal webinar sponsored by Environment One Corporation exploring the limitations of conventional sewer renewal systems and the advantages pressure sewer systems provide wastewater utilities for remedying infiltration and inflow problems in buried infrastructure.
In this presentation, we’ll start off with an examination of standard “go-to” sewer renewal solutions, including typical sewer rehabilitation processes and conventional gravity sewer replacement, and how these standard approaches have proven to be cost-prohibitive, disruptive, and insufficient in removing infiltration and inflow from the failed gravity sewer. Within this discussion, we’ll review the impact excessive infiltration and inflow can have on the community, and introduce pressure sewer systems as a cost-effective solution to sewer renewal that considers social/community costs and eliminates extraneous flows in wastewater utilities’ buried infrastructure. McHale will conclude by highlighting the value of life cycle cost comparisons of pressure sewer and gravity sewer systems renewal and offering recent case studies to reinforce pressure sewer systems as the new and improved approach to sewer renewal.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives:
- Evaluate typical sewer rehabilitation processes.
- Determine the “true cost” of infiltration and inflow.
- Identify the advantages of pressure sewer systems.
- Apply pressure sewer systems appropriately to remedy infiltration and inflow problems.
- Analyze life cycle cost comparisons of pressure sewer and gravity sewer systems.
Environment One Corporation is the manufacturer of E/One ALL-TERRAIN SEWER systems. They have proven to be an economical and effective method of sewering otherwise difficult land areas, such as flat, wet, rocky and hilly terrain. E/One ALL-TERRAIN SEWER systems serve more than 1 million end users daily. E/One is an operating of Precisions Castparts Corp. (PCC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire-Hathaway.
Learn more at: Environment One Corporation
* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour with a 15-20 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time.
* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are.
Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.