Comprehensive Onsite Wastewater Management Education

Date: April 22, 2014
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Location: Gaylord - Wisconsin St. Hall, 610 S. Wisconsin, Gaylord, MI 49735
Contact: ANR Event Services: events@anr.msu.edu or 517-353-3175

KEY INGREDIENTS OF A GOOD ONSITE TREATMENT SYSTEM
  
· The Soil Component—- the HEARTBEAT of the onsite system.
· The Septic Tank & Its Function      
· Pumps                                          
· Pressure distribution vs Pump-and-dump
· Advanced Treatment
 
Who should attend?
 
The program is designed specifically for installers, inspectors, pumpers and maintenance providers new in the field of onsite wastewater treatment or those that would like a refresher. It will cover the basics of soil-based systems, with an emphasis on the soil component. Even the experienced individual will be presented material that will add subject knowledge.

ONSITE WASTEWATER TREATMENT DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT

· Soil Application Systems
· Onsite System Site Selection and Analysis
· Use of Flow Equalization
· Alternative/Advanced Treatment Technologies
· High Strength Wastewater (restaurants, grocery stores, etc.)
· Designing for Nutrient Removal
· System Management Programs   
   
Who should attend?


The program is designed with designers, installers, inspectors maintenance providers, and regulators who have completed the Key Ingredients course. The class is also appropriate for the more experienced professional who is actively involved in the design, construction, management, and regulation of larger, advanced treatment systems.

Visit the Comprehensive Onsite Wastewater Management Education registration page for more information.

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