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06/20/18 Stopping Sanitary Sewer Overflows Before They Occur - Power Hour Webinar IEPA#13030
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When: Wednesday, June 20, 2018
12:00 pm
Where: Your home or office computer
United States
Presenter: Chris Skehan
Contact: Marianne Perino
866-521-3595 ext6


Online registration is available until: 6/20/2018
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“AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE”
Stopping Sanitary Sewer Overflows Before They Occur 
Power Hour Webinar IEPA#13030

 

CEU TYPE: Technical
WEBINAR TYPE: Technical
IEPA#: 13030
IDEM#Applied for

Summary: 

Managing sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) is an ongoing concern for many sewer utilities, and while most have established plans to react when and where they occur, preventing them in the first place is the preferred solution.  Preventive sewer cleaning is the traditional approach to prevent SSOs caused by blockages.  While this approach is effective, it is not always efficient, as many sewers may be cleaned before there is a real need.  ADS has examined flow conditions within a variety of sewers to better understand leading indicators that can detect the earliest signs of blockages – allowing sewer cleaning resources to be deployed at the right place at the right time. 

 

Examples are provided to illustrate how sewer blockages develop, how much advance notice can be provided, and how emerging data science technologies are being applied for automatic detection and notification.  In one case study involving a location with a recurring blockage, sewer cleaning frequency was reduced by 92% over an 18-month study period.

 

Finally, a new solution and tool for validating the cleaning process will be discussed. This new technology gives users a powerful new tool that provides exceptional visual feedback for cleaning.   



Presenter: Chris Skehan 
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.

 

 

REGISTRATION & HOURS: This webinar will begin at 12:00pm and conclude by 1:00pm CST. Earn up to 1 PDH or RTC hour. After registering with Illinois Section AWWA, attendees will be furnished via email with all materials and links needed to participate in the webinar. Questions? Call 866-521-3595 Ext. 3


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