Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Register
Online Store: Archived Webinars
Main Storefront

#2108 Incorporating Green Infrastructure WEBINAR IEPA#6793

Item Options
Sign in for your pricing!
Price: $30.00
Quantity: *

Incorporating Green Infrastructure

Credit hours for water operators & engineers: 1.00
Total Hours: 1.00
Live Date: 02/06/13
Webinar Type: Technical Webinar


SUMMARY: There is a growing movement within the water industry to incorporate green infrastructure into both the distribution and water treatment facilities of water and waste water utilities. These green elements not only allow the facilities to be more environmentally friendly, they also allow the utility to save resources. This savings can be identified as both short term and long term. Many of these green infrastructure changes, such as Variable Frequency Devices, motion-sensor lighting, and solar power, provide best practices for a greener utility. This webinar provides real world examples of how green infrastructure can be incorporated into the operations of a water utility including core elements which can be used at other facilities for a greener image.

PRESENTERS: Elizabeth Doellman & Ryan Schuler, Illinois American Water

Elizabeth Doellman, Illinois American Water
Elizabeth Doellman is the Water Quality Supervisor for the Champaign District of Illinois American Water Company. She has been with Illinois American Water Company for just over 6 years and has a Class A drinking water operator’s license. She started as a laboratory technician in 2006 and was promoted to Water Quality Supervisor in 2009. She has also obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Manchester College in Indiana.

Ryan Schuler, Illinois American Water
Ryan is the Environmental Supervisor for Illinois American Water (ILAW), and has been with ILAW for 7 years. His responsibilities include:
•Managing environmental compliance for ILAW’s drinking water and wastewater systems;
•Managing ILAW’s Cross Connection Control Department, and;
•Developing and implementing ILAW’s environmental stewardship activities

Ryan has Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and has completed graduate coursework in Environmental Science from the University of Illinois Springfield. Prior to joining ILAW, Ryan served as a Project Manager for Seagull Environmental Technologies, Inc. and Ecology and Environment, Inc. where he was a Superfund Technical Assessment and Response Team (START) Project Manager that included the management of USEPA Region 7 Hazardous Waste Sites and HAZMAT Emergency Response.

 COST & REGISTRATION: Illinois Section AWWA Members: FREE; Nonmembers: $30.00

Once you have purchased the archived webinar, you will receive an email confirmation. This email will include a link to the directions on how to view the webinar and obtain your training credit hours.

Membership Software Powered by®  ::  Legal