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#2231 Keeping a "Level" Head with Collection System Monitoring

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Keeping a "Level" Head with Collection System Monitoring POWER HOUR WEBINAR 

 

RENEWAL TRAINING CREDIT HOURS FOR WATER OPERATORS AND ENGINEERS 1 TOTAL HOURS 1

LIVE DATE: 02/13/17
TYPE:
Technical
WEBINAR TYPE: Technical
IEPA#: 11174
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Summary: Today the collection system industry is seeing a re-emergence of the “level only” monitor, which has become a hot topic in recent years. Manufacturers are reinventing products that come with lower ownership costs, are easy and quick to deploy, and have limited or almost no maintenance. The popularity of level only monitoring systems for CSO and SSO reductions brings with it new analysis tools, customized notification settings and near-real-time data accessibility. Level monitoring systems can tell an owner when an overflow is about to occur using sophisticated alarming which is programmed inside the device. When the level data from these monitors is accurate, it is possible to see the actual conditions that may cause an overflow, such as FOG buildup or debris.

Once such tool available today is the ADS ECHO system. It is the first wireless and intrinsically safe ultrasonic level monitor available for a low cost and was designed for easy and quick deployment. Owners can deploy an ECHO unit without performing a traditional confined space entry by installing the device near the manhole lid. When the ADS ECHO is coupled with ADS’s hosted software package, FlowView.com, it gives collection systems owners a versatile system and new way to keep an eye on their system without breaking their budget.
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Presenters:Chris Skehan and Jason Holschen



Chris Skehan, 
Business Development Manager .  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.


Jason E. Holschen, Director of Real-Time Monitoring.Jason has been with ADS LLC since February 2016, joining the company as Director of Product Management. At the first of the year, Jason moved to the new role of Director of Real-Time Monitoring to develop solutions to prevent sanitary and combined sewer overflows. Prior to joining ADS LLC, Jason worked for Emerson for 11 years in various functions including product management, marketing, strategic planning, business development, sales, and customer support. Jason also has five years of experience working in the United States and Europe as an information technology consultant.

Jason holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geological Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the Missouri University of Science and Technology and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis.

 

 

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