Date: Friday, November 4th, 2022
Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Seaside Convention Center
0.6 CEUs will be offered.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This conference is for industry professionals including public health officials, O&M service providers, engineers, consultants, installation contractors, septic pumpers, and others interested in onsite wastewater management. You will learn about the latest in onsite wastewater industry issues and approaches to onsite wastewater management.
Advance Registration Required Before October 31st. REGISTER
Registration fee will include classes, materials and lunch.
CLASSES BEING OFFERED:
ESER Panel Discussion – Lisa MacGregor, Erik Englebert, Paul McDonald
Discussing the Existing System Evaluation Report. This is an opportunity to ask questions and be apart of the discussion.
Septic Stakeout (Tentative) – Kyle Patrick & Robert Turkisher
Online License Access – Lisa MacGregor
DEQ is launching an online License database, licensee can apply, renew, change & pay for licenses online starting at the end of this year. Lisa will review the changes and be available to answer questions.
Calibrating Pumps (2-1 hour sessions) – Dan Bush
Become exposed to the What, Why, How and When to calibrate pumps for delivery rate. Step by step techniques of pump calibration in different stages of a system operation will be presented. Will include methods to calibrate where the tank or chamber capacity (gpi) is unknown and methods to calibrate when the inflow to the tank or chamber cannot be controlled. Will also provide nuances and “tricks” learned from field experiences in calibrating pumps where alternating distribution and/or pressure distribution is involved.
Timed Dosing – Steve Rose
What is it, what is physically involved, where is it applied and how to set schedules for treatment trains and for multi-distribution.