Is all the Good Land Gone?

November 2017

Then this must-see webinar featuring land development experts and engineers will perhaps change the way you look at ‘dirt’ forever. Discover how ALL-TERRAIN SEWER can actually unlock and invent new land for you. Land never before considered buildable. Now you can develop new land in an environmentally sensitive way with maximum economic benefit for you and your community.

Our speakers Steve Sletner, P.E., and Joe Tortorello will provide real life case studies about challenging development projects and how ALL-TERRAIN SEWER provides for maximum density within an environmentally sensitive and economically sensible context.


The True Cost of Pressure Sewer Ownership 

October 2017

This must-see webcast will cover why you can't afford to ignore low pressure sewer, as an economically sensible solution for replacing failing septic tanks or traditional gravity systems.  Although the upfront and installed cost benefits of grinder pump driven pressure sewers are fairly well known, the relatively low-cost of maintenance and ownership can be surprising.

Our two distinguished presenters, Henry Albro, a licensed wastewater professional (Grade 7 Certified Wastewater Operator) and Chuck Mayhew, P.E., will demystify this proven technology that has been serving communities world-wide for nearly 50 years. 

Included in this fast-paced hour will be real-life case studies; lessons learned; and the importance of fiscally future-proofing the system for the operators’ peace of mind, as well as maximum homeowner satisfaction.

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A New Life-Cycle Costing Tool for Sewer Systems

September 2017

Financing capital improvement projects, as well as ensuring that annual O&M budgets are sufficiently funded are ever-growing challenges for municipal utility districts nationwide.

This must-see webinar will cover:

  • Life Cycle Cost Analysis for Sewer Systems- including initial construction cost; operation, maintenance and repair costs; wastewater flows; and financial criteria
  • Overview of Wastewater Collection Systems - including conventional gravity sewer; grinder pump pressure sewer; septic tank effluent pump sewer; and vacuum sewers

Life Cycle Computational Models will be explored, integrating the various sewering techniques into a more holistic Life Cycle Cost Model for new construction, as well as sewer rehab/renewal programs.

If you’re facing an upcoming sewer investment aimed at securing your community’s environmental quality of life and public safety, you may find this webinar to be of great use in ensuring the best return on investment for your constituents, now and for the life of the system.

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A New and Improved Approach to Sewer Renewal

February 2017

Faced with aging and failing wastewater conveyance systems, municipalities and sewer utilities are struggling with the challenges of providing responsive, cost-effective solutions for sewer renewal.

Join Keith McHale, P.E. as we explore the limitations of conventional sewer renewal systems and the advantages pressure sewer systems provide wastewater utilities for remedying infiltration and inflow problems in buried infrastructure.

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The Rise of Intelligent Pressure Sewers

November 2016

Efficient and predictable operation of a sewer collection system is critical during design, construction and operation of the network. Pressure sewer systems are proven to offer efficiency and predictability, but there is always opportunity for improvement. Smart control systems such as OneBox represent a step change in how collection systems can be conceived, designed and operated. These control systems give the designer and the operator the ultimate flexibility to deliver predictable flow to downstream infrastructure by shifting or smoothing diurnal peaks. This enables the infrastructure, from the pipe network to the treatment plant, to be designed around actual flows instead of estimated or worst-case flows. The operator can monitor the system in real time and is notified about any issues far in advance of users, which minimizes operational costs and maximizes customer satisfaction. These systems are already in use in Australia and New Zealand, with more than 5,000 operating units in excess of four years. 

Join E/One as we welcome the developers of this technology from Australia. Learn about the development of the product, system design methodology, and how E/One can help investigate a smart LPS option for your next sewer project.

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The Anatomy of a Pressure Sewer Project

Gravity sewer service is not always available or feasible. A cost effective solution that can provide the same level of service is a pressure sewer system. Previously considered an alternative sewer system, pressure sewers are now common and reliable. This presentation will discuss in detail how to implement a successful pressure sewer project.

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Pressure Sewer Operations: Secrets to Upgrading the Customer Experience

Join WaterWorld magazine and E/One Sewer Systems for this webinar for an overview of pressure sewer systems, why pump type choice is important, and a case study with Peru, NY, and their pressure sewer experience.



Funding Your Municipal Wastewater Project

Funding vital municipal wastewater projects in the current economic and political climate is challenging at best. Project priority lists seeking funding continue to grow, but realistic financing is scarce. The Sustainable Water Infrastructure Investment Act will open the door to $5 billion annually in private investment in water and wastewater infrastructure projects by lifting these projects from under the state volume cap on private activity bonds (PABs).

Join us for this most important webinar dedicated to understanding and activating legislation crucial to sewering communities nationwide. Panelists will include Vanessa Leiby of WWEMA, and Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ).

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Low Pressure Sewer Systems: Providing a Sustainable Solution for Sewer Renewal

As municipalities and sewer utilities move to repair, rehabilitate, or replace aging and failing sewer systems, many are starting to put an emphasis on providing a sustainable solution. Developed more than 40 years ago, low pressure sewer (LPS) systems have become a viable and appropriate alternative to conventional gravity sewers.

Traditionally, LPS systems have been used to provide central sewer service to areas where gravity sewer could not be installed, or the cost to do so was prohibitive. Now, LPS systems are gaining growing widespread acceptance in providing a viable and cost-effective alternative for renewal of failed gravity collection sewers and to address problems associated with wet weather events.

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After the Flood:Two Communities Replace Gravity with Pressure Sewer

Groundwater infiltration and/or flooding caused communities in different parts of the country to arrive at the same solution. Tune in for this tale of two towns, and find out how they solved an expensive infrastructure problem  with an innovative technology that’s been around for over forty years. Faced with failing gravity sewers resulting in rain events overloading their wastewater treatment plants, these communities chose pressure sewer upgrades. Significant savings on facility upkeep, treatment and electric costs have followed.

If you are planning a central sewer rehabilitation or replacement project, this is a must-see event. In today's challenging economic environment, more municipalities and engineering firms are relying on the pressure sewer solution. Find out about the economic and environmental aspects of pressure sewer,  and learn about what helps ensure homeowner satisfaction before, during and after project completion, all from the operator/owners’ perspective.

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Evaluating and Deploying a Pressure Sewer System

Various sewer alternatives, including gravity, vacuum and pressure sewer will be explored. This program includes design, installation and O&M content, which will prove useful to anyone involved in the decision making and execution of a collection sewer program.

If you are planning a septic tank replacement project, this is a must-see event. In today's challenging economic environment, more municipalities and engineering firms are relying on the pressure sewer solution. Find out about the economic and environmental aspects of pressure sewer that can make or break a project. And learn about what helps ensure homeowner satisfaction before, during and after project completion.

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Pressure Sewer Design: The Key Elements Toward Saving Time and Money for Your Customers

This webinar reveals the ins and outs of grinder pump driven pressure sewer design and provides a glimpse at what type of performance successful applications should achieve. Proper pressure sewer design can save your customers well over 50 percent of what typical gravity designs cost. The benefits of these systems also include less environmental disruption due to smaller pipe sizes, shallower and speedier installation, and lower O&M cost.

Review this webinar from Water & Wastes Digest magazine:

Grinder Pumps in Pressure Sewers

This introduction to pressure sewer systems is designed to educate engineers, builders, developers, homeowners, young consulting engineers inexperienced in grinder pump systems and system design, industry groups without knowledge of grinder pump systems and others.

Click here to access this free webinar from Pumps & Systems magazine.