Modernizing Your Sewer Flow Monitoring Technology Webinar IEPA#9834
RENEWAL TRAINING CREDIT HOURS FOR WATER OPERATORS AND ENGINEERS 1 TOTAL HOURS 1
LIVE DATE: 11/18/15
CEU TYPE: Technical
WEBINAR TYPE: Technical
IDEM#: Applied For
Summary: Within recent years, a number of improvements have occurred in collection systems flow monitoring technology. Flow Monitoring is a proven and effective tool for studying inflow and infiltration, which often leads to better management of this issue for collection system managers. This session will highlight many of the key improvements with modern flow monitoring technology and providing example such as real-time data capture and analysis, specialized small and large pipe monitoring technology, adding video or image capture, multiple channel sensor deployment, data alarming, and controlling. Examples from other nearby utilities will be highlighted with each example. This session is designed to entertain, inform, and stimulate conversation at the end of the presentation so that audience members can have a detailed discussion about some of their specific concerns and experiences, and to address any outstanding questions about sewer flow monitoring technology and how it can help collection system managers make more informed decisions about their assets.
Presenter: Christopher Skehan, ADS Environmental Services Chris has been with ADS LLC since 2005. He is currently the Business Development Manager for areas within the EPA’s Region 5. His previous role was as a project engineering assistant for the Indianapolis Indiana Long Term Flow Monitoring project and has been involved in over 20 additional flow monitoring studies throughout the Midwest. Chris remains involved in a number of water and wastewater projects throughout the states of Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Ohio for ADS. He holds a B.S in Environmental Management and a M.S. in Geographic Information Science from Indiana University. Chris has served on the Illinois TCON Committee and the Illinois WEA Collection Systems Committee and is an active member of the Indiana Geo-Spatial Community.
COST & REGISTRATION: Illinois Section AWWA Members: FREE; Nonmembers: $30
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