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  • Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/17/2023 at 12:00 PM (PST)

    Presented by the Student and Young Professionals Committee

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    374Water is a Duke University spinoff that developed the third generation Supercritical Water Oxidation (SCWO) process, an emerging technology of choice for recalcitrant waste destruction, including PFAS. 

    The reasons are the many advantages of the SCWO technology, namely its ability to (1) rapidly and effectively mineralize all organic waste, organofluorine and PFAS compounds without the formation of secondary wastes (e.g., volatile PFAS); (2) to treat other organic co-contaminants such as wastewater sludges; and (3) to destroy PFAS on solid matrices such as granular activated carbon (GAC) or ion exchange (IX) resins from drinking water plants. 

    This presentation will explain the concept of supercritical water oxidation (SCWO), and how it can impact the ability to shift the paradigm of water and wastewater management. 

    Sudhakar Viswanathan

    Vice President

    374Water

    Sudhakar Viswanathan is Vice President at 374Water, a global cleantech, social impact company whose mission is to preserve a clean and healthy environment that sustains life.  He has over 22 years of industry experience, most of which were at two of the largest environmental companies in the world.  At 374Water, he spearheads the commercialization and business development of the Supercritical Water Oxidation technology.  Mr. Viswanathan has a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in environmental engineering, he is a proud Syracuse University alumnus; and has authored over 30 technical papers and presented at regional, national and international conferences. 

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 01/13/2023 at 11:45 AM (PST)

    These are the fourth and fifth webinars that describe Advanced Water Treatment processes associated with water reuse. These are two-day presentations on January 10 and 13.

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    Member: $50.00
    Non-Member: $70.00

    Webinar Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    CWEA Contact Hours: 2.4 towards CWEA AWTO Certifications

    Granular Activated Carbon and Ultraviolet Advanced Oxidation Process

    This webinar will cover granular activated carbon (GAC) ultraviolet advanced oxidation (UV AOP) processes that are used in the advanced treatment of reclaimed water. The webinar will highlight the individual technologies and the combined use of these two technologies. It will include treatment components, monitoring strategies, process parameters, instrumentation, and critical control points. 

    This webinar, along with experience and additional training, may prepare you for the Advanced Water Treatment Operator® Grade 3 certification exam.

    rs, you should be able to:

    After completing the webinar, you should be able to:

    Understand the impact of feed water quality on performance efficiency
    Describe the GAC and UV AOP processes
     Identify critical control points
    Compare and contrast instrumentation and control systems
    Define performance parameters such as dose, UV transmittance,  and empty bed contact time

    ABOUT AWTO®  CERTIFICATION

    Drinking water, wastewater or water reuse operators working at facilities using advanced water treatment technologies and related control processes may be interested in earning the new, voluntary AWT Operator (AWTO®) Certification.

    AWT Operators protect public health by ensuring a supply of safe and high-quality drinking water from advanced water reuse facilities.

    Operators who currently hold a Grade 3 certification for Wastewater Treatment Operator or Water Treatment Operator in California or Nevada are eligible to apply for the AWT3 exam. Be sure to download and read the candidate handbook at AWTOperator.org.

    John Rowe (Moderator)

    Process Engineer

    Office of Water Programs at Sacramento State

    John Rowe is a Process Engineer in the Office of Water Programs at California State University at Sacramento. He was a tenured professor of water resources at a colleges in Florida an Georgia, and has taught microbiology, environmental science, biology, and water resource treatment technology. He has a PhD in environmental sustainability and a PhD in biological sciences, and an A level water and wastewater treatment operator license in Florida. John has worked as a project manager for CH2MHill, and as a technical assistance provider and trainer for the Rural Water Association.

    Registrants who view the full recording to see the slides and hear the audio will receive 2.4 contact hours towards CWEA's AWTO certifications.  It is not possible receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

    Please note, all user activity of CWEA certification holders on the Online Wastewater Education Network is subject to the CWEA Code of Ethics standards for professional conduct and ethics. Certification holders should receive credit for a training only once within the same contact hour period. Any attempt to undermine the certification process may be subject to ethics procedures and possible sanctions.

    For programs that are one hour or less:  to receive your contact hours for viewing the program, please note the one (1) attention check code that will be displayed during the program in the top left or right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter this code in the "Attention Check Code" component under the "Contents" tab.

    For programs that are more than one hour:  to receive your contact hours for viewing the program, two (2) different attention check codes that will be displayed at two different points during the program in the top left or right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter these codes as 1st attention check code – 2nd attention check code (XXXX-XXXX) in the "Attention Check Code" component under the "Contents" tab.

    Once you have entered the correct attendance check code(s), you will be able to create and download an electronic "Certificate of Completion" under the "Contents" tab.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 01/11/2023 at 11:30 AM (PST)

    These are the fourth and fifth webinars that describe Advanced Water Treatment processes associated with water reuse. These are two-day presentations on January 10 and 13.

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    Member: $50.00
    Non-Member: $70.00

    Webinar Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    CWEA Contact Hours: 2.4 towards CWEA AWTO Certifications

    Ozone and Biofiltration

    This webinar will cover ozone and biofiltration processes that are used in the advanced treatment of reclaimed water. The webinar will highlight the individual technologies and the combined use of these two technologies. It will include treatment components, monitoring strategies, process parameters, instrumentation, and critical control points.

    This webinar, along with experience and additional training, may prepare you for the Advanced Water Treatment Operator® Grade 3 certification exam.

    After completing the webinars, you should be able to:

    Understand the impact of feed water quality on performance efficiency
    Describe the ozone and biofiltration processes
    Identify critical control points
    Compare and contrast instrumentation and control systems
    Define performance parameters such as dose, flux, and empty bed contact time

    ABOUT AWTO®  CERTIFICATION

    Drinking water, wastewater or water reuse operators working at facilities using advanced water treatment technologies and related control processes may be interested in earning the new, voluntary AWT Operator (AWTO®) Certification.

    AWT Operators protect public health by ensuring a supply of safe and high-quality drinking water from advanced water reuse facilities.

    Operators who currently hold a Grade 3 certification for Wastewater Treatment Operator or Water Treatment Operator in California or Nevada are eligible to apply for the AWT3 exam. Be sure to download and read the candidate handbook at AWTOperator.org.

    John Rowe (Moderator)

    Process Engineer

    Office of Water Programs at Sacramento State

    John Rowe is a Process Engineer in the Office of Water Programs at California State University at Sacramento. He was a tenured professor of water resources at a colleges in Florida an Georgia, and has taught microbiology, environmental science, biology, and water resource treatment technology. He has a PhD in environmental sustainability and a PhD in biological sciences, and an A level water and wastewater treatment operator license in Florida. John has worked as a project manager for CH2MHill, and as a technical assistance provider and trainer for the Rural Water Association.

    Registrants who view the full recording to see the slides and hear the audio will receive 2.4 contact hours towards CWEA's AWTO certifications.  It is not possible receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

    Please note, all user activity of CWEA certification holders on the Online Wastewater Education Network is subject to the CWEA Code of Ethics standards for professional conduct and ethics. Certification holders should receive credit for a training only once within the same contact hour period. Any attempt to undermine the certification process may be subject to ethics procedures and possible sanctions.

    For programs that are one hour or less:  to receive your contact hours for viewing the program, please note the one (1) attention check code that will be displayed during the program in the top left or right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter this code in the "Attention Check Code" component under the "Contents" tab.

    For programs that are more than one hour:  to receive your contact hours for viewing the program, two (2) different attention check codes that will be displayed at two different points during the program in the top left or right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter these codes as 1st attention check code – 2nd attention check code (XXXX-XXXX) in the "Attention Check Code" component under the "Contents" tab.

    Once you have entered the correct attendance check code(s), you will be able to create and download an electronic "Certificate of Completion" under the "Contents" tab.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 01/11/2023 at 9:00 AM (PST)

    We’ve brought together leading national and California experts for a COVID-19 update.

    Free for Members & Non-Members

    Contact Hours:  1.8 contact hours towards CWEA certifications: TBD

    Please join us at this national webinar to learn of advances, uses, and increasing value for wastewater-based surveillance of SARS-CoV-2, its variants, and emerging pathogens. Learn from national public health officials, academia, and national and local representatives of the wastewater sector.  They include:

    Dr. Amy Kirby – CDC
    Dr. Alexandria Boehm – Stanford University
    Dr. Anna Mehrotra – Water Environment Federation
    Dr. Naoko Munakata – Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts
    Moderated by Greg Kester – California Association of Sanitation Agencies

    Greg Kester (Moderator)

    Director of Renewable Resource Programs

    California Association of Sanitation Agencies

    Greg serves as both the technical and programmatic contact for CASA members and conduit for emerging issues on state and federal level on all biosolids, renewable energy, recycled water, and related issues. Prior to joining CASA, Greg served as the state biosolids coordinator for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. He represented all states in the nation, by their election, to USEPA on all biosolids issues. He served on the National Academy of Sciences Committee which evaluated federal biosolids regulations and produced the 2002 report: Biosolids Applied to Land: Advancing Standards and Practices. Greg holds a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and is a registered PE in Wisconsin.

    Registrants who view the live webinar to see the slides and hear the audio and then enter the correct attention check codes (directions below) will receive 1.8 contact hours towards CWEA certifications: TBD

    To receive your contact hours for viewing the live webinar, please note the two (2) different attention check codes that will be displayed at two different points during the webinar in the top right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter these codes as 1st attention check code – 2nd attention check code (XXXX-XXXX) in the Attention Check Code component under the "Contents" tab.  

    Please note, all user activity of CWEA certification holders on the Online Wastewater Education Network is subject to the CWEA Code of Ethics standards for professional conduct and ethics. Certification holders should receive credit for a training only once within the same contact hour period. Any attempt to undermine the certification process may be subject to ethics procedures and possible sanctions. It is not possible to receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

    Once you have entered the correct attendance check codes, you will be able to create and download an electronic certificate of completion under the "Contents" tab.

  • Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/20/2022

    Presented by the CWEA Community Engagement and Outreach Committee

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    Free to members and non-members

    When potable reuse was first considered in the 1980s, a lack of public education led to public opposition that proved catastrophic to potential projects. Now as California continues to deal with issues of extreme drought, recycled water can be one of the keys to help strengthen local water supplies, improve water quality, support irrigation and agriculture, and with advanced purified recycled water, even become high quality drinking water, but only if the public supports and has trust in the process. 

    Education, awareness and using terminology that is commonly understood by communities where advanced treatment is being introduced is critical toward acceptance. 

    This webinar will discuss a brief history of recycled water and advanced purified recycled water, where it is going, and why coming together and choosing the proper terminology and context is critical toward gaining acceptance of future water projects.  

    Speakers include:

    Patricia Tennyson, Katz & Associates — Executive Vice President
    Mark Millian, Data Instincts — Principal and Founder
    Melanie Mow Schumacher, Special Projects-Communications Manager Soquel Creek Water District
    Gabriela Dow, Ardurra Director – Public Affairs & Community Relations
    Bryan Langpap, P.E., BCEE, Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts — Public Information Office, Manager 

    Patricia Tennyson

    Executive Vice President

    Katz & Associates

    Patricia Tennyson, executive vice-president, Katz & Associates, has developed and managed communication, government/community relations, and public affairs/media strategies for water, recycled water, potable reuse and wastewater projects for agencies including the City of San Diego, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, El Paso Water and many more.  She has a B.A. from Southern Methodist University, M.L.S. from Texas Woman’s University and M.P.A. from San Diego State University.  Ms. Tennyson is a member of American Waterworks Association, the Water Environment Federation and WateReuse California.

    Mark Millan

    Principal and Founder

    Data Instincts

    Mark is the founder of Data Instincts, a professional consultancy specializing in public outreach for implementing recycled water projects (purple pipe & potable reuse). He has coordinated public outreach for dozens of recycled water projects throughout the United States and has advised on reuse internationally. 

    Mark co-authored the Water Research Foundation’s Developing Model Communication Plans for Advancing Awareness and Fostering Acceptance of Potable Reuse. And was a contributing writer to the World Health Organization’s Guidelines for Potable Reuse published in 2017. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for WateReuse CA.

    Melanie Mow Schumacher

    Soquel Creek Water District

    Special Projects-Communications Manager

    Melanie lives in Santa Cruz County and is a graduate from Cal Poly, SLO (BSCE) and Golden Gate University, San Francisco (MPA). Since 2016, she has been the Program Director for Pure Water Soquel where she’s learned the importance of technology/science needing to be coupled with education/outreach.  Every day on the Project is a ‘Lessons-Learned’ moment as she’s heard comments ranging from “Melanie- drink your own poop water” to “Melanie-recycled water is fantastic”.   She’s proud of her agency’s mobile educational trailer which embodies many of the District’s core outreach principles: factual, accessible, and easy to understand.

    Bryan Langpap, P.E., BCEE

    Public Information Office, Manager

    Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts

    Bryan has 27 years of sanitation industry experience.  Since 2016, he has overseen his agency’s public relations and outreach.  Previously, he worked as an engineer in planning, design and operations. 

    Gabriela Dow

    Director – Public Affairs & Community Relations

    Ardurra Director – Public Affairs & Community Relations

    Gabriela’s 20 years of experience in community relations, public affairs and media relations includes work at two CNN bureaus, service as an Intergovernmental Affairs Officer for a US Governor and White House Office of Public Engagement. She is a lead consultant for the East County Advanced Water Purification and Pure Water Oceanside programs.

     Gabriela has been honored as a “SDCWA Influencer of the Year,” San Diego Union Tribune’s “People to Watch” and Latina Style Magazine “Entrepreneur of the Year.”  She currently serves on the San Diego City College Industry Advisory Board (School of Business and Accounting), and as a board member for “FLOW” (the Fellowship of Latinos in Water). A native of Guadalajara, Mexico, Gabriela brings bilingual and bicultural expertise to all water programs.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/19/2022

    Presented by the CWEA Leadership Development Committee

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    Member fee: $50.00
    Non-Member fee: $70.00

    Contact Hours:  2.4 contact hours towards ALL CWEA's certifications.

    Objective: Improve your resilience as a leader, by understanding your emotions, how to control them, and how to identify the impact of emotions within your teams.

    Description: A key factor to a leader’s resiliency is being emotionally resilient or intelligent; commonly referred to as EiQ. Growing in emotional resilience requires that you work towards greater self-awareness. It is important, that you learn to identify how and why you react in emotional situations. This awareness helps you gain better control over those reactions. Emotional intelligence helps you build and develop your resilience in the workplace. It is the ability to regulate your behavior and respond appropriately to any situation your workday may throw at you. Your ability to remain composed under pressure and stay emotionally consistent – leading with resiliency

    Takeaways: During this webinar attendees will explore ways to:

    1. Gain an appreciation for Emotional Intelligence (EiQ).
    2. Understanding EiQ and its core principles.
    3. Applying EiQ to everyday life.

    Target Audience: Anyone who wants to become a more resilient leader and team member.

    View additional information from our speakers and moderators CLICK HERE

    ©Material www.thesorsdalgroup.com
    The Sorsdal Group

    Keith Sorsdal

    President & CEO

    The Sorsdal Group

    As an Executive Director of The John Maxwell Team, I am certified to facilitate, speak, train and coach individuals and groups in the areas of leadership development, professional skills and personal growth. Trained and mentored by John Maxwell and mentors of his world-class faculty, I am equipped with the tools, resources and experience to help you and your team improve your productivity, performance and profitability. Whether you are looking for a facilitator for group workshops, corporate training in leadership, speaking, sales, or coaching skills for your leaders, or a speaker for your next event, I have access to exclusive content that is only available through a certified Executive Director of the John Maxwell Team to help you reach your goals and objectives.

    Patrick Ostly P.E. (Moderator)

    District Manager

    North of River Sanitary District

    Patrick is current chair of the CWEA Leadership Development Committee, the General Manager of a Sanitary District in the Central Valley, and a professional engineer (PE).

    Registrants who view the live webinar to see the slides and hear the audio and then enter the correct attention check code (directions below) will receive 2.4 contact hours towards all CWEA's certifications 

    To receive your contact hours for viewing the live webinar, please note the two (2) different attention check codes that will be displayed at two different points during the webinar in the top left or right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter these codes as 1st attention check code – 2nd attention check code (XXXX-XXXX) in the Attention Check Code component under the "Contents" tab.  

    Please note, all user activity of CWEA certification holders on the Online Wastewater Education Network is subject to the CWEA Code of Ethics standards for professional conduct and ethics. Certification holders should receive credit for a training only once within the same contact hour period. Any attempt to undermine the certification process may be subject to ethics procedures and possible sanctions. It is not possible to receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

    Once you have entered the correct attendance check codes, you will be able to create and download an electronic certificate of completion under the "Contents" tab.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/05/2022

    We’ve brought together leading national and California experts for a COVID-19 update.

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    Members: $50.00
    Non Members: $70.00

    Contact Hours:  1.8 contact hours towards CWEA certifications: ECI, LAB, EIT. 

    Updates the wastewater community on recent developments in wastewater based surveillance (WBS) for COVID and its variants. Presenters will be the California Department of Public Health to discuss their program and engagement with WBS: Professor Al Boehm (Stanford University) on her ongoing surveillance work and focus on variants, and Naoko Munakata  (LACSD) to discuss the Districts work with WBS and future plans.

    Speakers include:
    Greg Kester - CASA – Moderator
    Dr. Alex Yu – California Department of Public Health
    Dr. Alexandria Boehm – Stanford University
    Dr. Naoko Munakata – Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts

    If you need contact hours for your certification, here's a great way to pick those up and learn something new. 

    Greg Kester (Moderator)

    Director of Renewable Resource Programs

    California Association of Sanitation Agencies

    Greg serves as both the technical and programmatic contact for CASA members and conduit for emerging issues on state and federal level on all biosolids, renewable energy, recycled water, and related issues. Prior to joining CASA, Greg served as the state biosolids coordinator for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. He represented all states in the nation, by their election, to USEPA on all biosolids issues. He served on the National Academy of Sciences Committee which evaluated federal biosolids regulations and produced the 2002 report: Biosolids Applied to Land: Advancing Standards and Practices. Greg holds a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and is a registered PE in Wisconsin.

    Naoko Munakata

    Supervising Engineer

    Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts

    Naoko Munakata is a supervising engineer in the Wastewater Research Section at the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts.  Her current and past research projects include work on odor control, food waste co-digestion, composting, and advanced treatment of recycled water, including innovative disinfection methods, advanced oxidation processes, and salt management technologies.  Naoko holds a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from MIT, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in environmental engineering and science from Stanford University, and is a licensed Civil Engineer in California.  She is a member of the Water Environment Federation and the California Water Environment Association, is a past chair of the WEF Disinfection and Public Health Committee, and currently serves as the vice-chair of the Utilities Community of Practice for the Center for Disease Control’s National Wastewater Surveillance System.  

    ​Angela Rabe

    Wastewater Epidemiologist

    California Department of Public Health (CDPH)

    Angela Rabe is a Wastewater Epidemiologist for the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). She received her master’s degree from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography where she studied climate change related impacts on water and energy along the CA-Mexico border.  Angela has previous experience in water quality and toxicology as a research assistant at the Hyperion Water Reclamation Facility and scientist for the State Water Resources Control Board. Currently as part of the COVID-19 response, she has been working to coordinate California’s participation in the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS) since December 2020. She and the CDPH Surveillance of Wastewater Systems team have been working with partners at sanitation districts and local health departments around CA to monitoring wastewater as an enhanced surveillance method for SARS-CoV-2, among other pathogens. Currently she is helping to lead CDPH’s expansion of the wastewater surveillance program to better represent the state of CA.” 

    Alexandria Boehm

    Professor of Environmental Engineering and Senior Fellow at Woods Institute of the Environment

    Stanford University

    Alexandria Boehm is a professor of environmental engineering and senior fellow at Woods Institute of the Environment at Stanford University. She is an associate editor at Environmental Science & Technology and Environmental Science & Technology Letters.  She has over 20 years of experience studying sources, fate, and transport of pathogens in natural and engineered systems. Since the start of the pandemic, she has been working with other academics as well as wastewater and public health stakeholders on science and implementation of wastewater-based epidemiology for disease surveillance. 

    Registrants who view the live webinar to see the slides and hear the audio and then enter the correct attention check codes (directions below) will receive 1.8 contact hours towards CWEA certifications: ECI, LAB, EIT

    To receive your contact hours for viewing the live webinar, please note the two (2) different attention check codes that will be displayed at two different points during the webinar in the top right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter these codes as 1st attention check code – 2nd attention check code (XXXX-XXXX) in the Attention Check Code component under the "Contents" tab.  

    Please note, all user activity of CWEA certification holders on the Online Wastewater Education Network is subject to the CWEA Code of Ethics standards for professional conduct and ethics. Certification holders should receive credit for a training only once within the same contact hour period. Any attempt to undermine the certification process may be subject to ethics procedures and possible sanctions. It is not possible to receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

    Once you have entered the correct attendance check codes, you will be able to create and download an electronic certificate of completion under the "Contents" tab.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/01/2022

    Hosted by the P3S Committee.

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    CWEA Members: $50.00
    Non-Members: $70.00 

    2.4 contact hours towards CWEA's ECI certification. 

    ECI Tool Belt Training: Plan Reading, and FOG Removal Devices

    This special joint meeting is free and open to anyone. Contact hours for CWEA ECI certificate holders is available to members only.  

    Presentation Schedule: 
    P3S Committee Updates - William Edwards, Chair, City of Vacaville
    Plan Drawing Examples for Source Control/Pollution Prevention by Linda Leong, PE
    An Alternative Grease Removal Device for Fats+Oils+Grease+Solids by Dennis Doherty of The Filta Group
    Q&A


    William Edwards (Moderator)

    Environmental Compliance Inspector

    City of Vacaville

    William Edwards is an Environmental Compliance Inspector for the City of Vacaville, working in FOG control, industry user compliance, storm water, and public outreach. With over ten years of combined inspection, water quality and laboratory experience, William holds one professional value above any other: A positive attitude. Before graduation from Long Beach State, William grew up in San Diego, where he developed a passion for the environment. His ongoing goal, is to inform the residents of the city that he serves, about the importance of pretreatment, pollution prevention, and storm water concerns.

    Linda Leong

    Senior Engineer

    SFPUC

    Ms. Linda Leong is a Process Engineer with SFPUC and has been an active member of CWEA, SF Bay Section, Professional Development Committee since 2000. She has an M.S. in Environmental Engineering, a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science. She is registered as a Civil Engineer in California and has served on the NFPA Technical Committee "Wastewater Treatment Plants" since April 2006. Linda's approach to “seek first to understand” is a primary reason that she is considered a key “go to” person in her organization.

    Dennis Doherty

    Technical Director - FOGS Products

    The Filta Group

    Dennis Doherty from Los Angeles is the Technical Director for the Filta Group FOGS Products. Responsible for all aspects of the company's AGRD Automatic Grease Removal Device offerings for the USA and Canada.  A longtime CWEA member (now all sections) and onetime LABS director, Dennis started in water and wastewater as a manufacturer's representative in 2006.  He went solo with AGRD manufacturer GOSLYN in 2010 and was their exclusive distributor for the ten counties of So Cal until joining Filta in 2021.  His approach has always been to serve both the end-users and authorities as a knowledgeable solution provider and problem solver for FOGS.

    Registrants who view the live webinar to see the slides and hear the audio and then enter the correct attention check code (directions below) will receive 2.4 contact hours towards CWEA's ECI certification. 

    To receive your contact hours for viewing the live webinar, please note the two (2) different attention check codes that will be displayed at two different points during the webinar in the top left or right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter these codes as 1st attention check code – 2nd attention check code (XXXX-XXXX) in the Attention Check Code component under the "Contents" tab.  

    Please note, all user activity of CWEA certification holders on the Online Wastewater Education Network is subject to the CWEA Code of Ethics standards for professional conduct and ethics. Certification holders should receive credit for a training only once within the same contact hour period. Any attempt to undermine the certification process may be subject to ethics procedures and possible sanctions. It is not possible to receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

    Once you have entered the correct attendance check codes, you will be able to create and download an electronic certificate of completion under the "Contents" tab.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/24/2022

    One Water approaches are growing owing to technology developments. The presentation will illustrate how holistic planning lead to best-fit strategies and solutions implementation.

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    Member fee: $25.00
    Non-Member fee: $35.00 

    Contact Hours: 1.2 CWEA Contacr Hours towards; ECI, EIT

    Communities that effectively practice reuse understand the importance of fit-for-purpose water and typically employ a variety of approaches and technologies tailored to their needs and goals. As utilities and agencies face growing challenges driven by climate change, reduced water availability, effluent discharge elimination and increasingly stringent discharge requirements, overdraft of groundwater resources and land subsidence, and alike, a holistic approach that takes the full water cycle into account and big picture thinking become more critical. Adopting a One Water philosophy and fostering collaboration among agencies that manage different water functions allows success of such programs. Case studies of such successful implementation of one water strategies will be presented, along with enabling technology solutions used. 

    Learning Objectives/ Attendee Takeaways:
    1. Learn about One Water approaches that provide water supply resilience for communities.
    2. Learn about the case studies of reuse facilities/projects that stemmed from One Water thinking.
    3. Learn about critical success factors and useful technologies to enable One Water projects.

    Brian Peck (Moderator)

    Senior Project Manager

    Carollo Engineers

    Brian Peck, P.E. serves as a Senior Project Manager at Carollo Engineers. He previously was the Director of Engineering at the South Orange County Wastewater Authority.

    Zeynep Erdal

    Integrated Solutions Director

    Black & Veatch

    Zeynep leadsintegrated solutions for Black & Veatch’s water business. She specializesin One Water solutions that integrate resource recovery and resiliency. Zeynephas more than 25 years of hands-on experience in business development andimplementation of a wide range of integrated infrastructure solutions. Thisincludes water reclamation, resource recovery, water recycling and advancedtechnologies, organics-to-energy systems, energy efficiency, renewable energy,waste solids treatment and handling, and greenhouse gases. She also hasexperience in regulatory and policy issues and sustainable solutions metricsand implementation through process development, piloting, modelling and design.

    Registrants who view the live webinar to see the slides and hear the audio and then enter the correct attention check code (directions below) will receive 1.2 contact hours towards CWEA's certifications: ECI, EIT

    To receive your contact hours for viewing the live webinar, please note the two (2) different attention check codes that will be displayed at two different points during the webinar in the top left or right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter these codes as 1st attention check code – 2nd attention check code (XXXX-XXXX) in the Attention Check Code component under the "Contents" tab.  

    Please note, all user activity of CWEA certification holders on the Online Wastewater Education Network is subject to the CWEA Code of Ethics standards for professional conduct and ethics. Certification holders should receive credit for a training only once within the same contact hour period. Any attempt to undermine the certification process may be subject to ethics procedures and possible sanctions. It is not possible to receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

    Once you have entered the correct attendance check codes, you will be able to create and download an electronic certificate of completion under the "Contents" tab.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    You deliver workshops or webinars on water-related topics that matter to your community, or maybe you are looking for ways to turn your expertise into a training that moves people to action. You may already be delivering trainings and are wondering how to shift that curriculum into an online world in a way that reflects the latest research on adult learning. Your success matters. When you take time working on your training practice, your content is more likely to be learned, remembered, and implemented.

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    Member fee: $50.00
    Non-Member fee: $70.00 

    Contact Hours: 2.4 contact hours towards ALL certifications: 

    The Trainer Academy gives you the knowledge, skills, and tools you need to be an effective trainer (both in-person and online). You will learn how to design an effective workshop and how to deliver that workshop in a way that maximizes participation. You will learn elements of adult learning that will be the foundation for how you design a learning experience.

    Learning Outcomes:
    • Explore the building blocks of an effective training and what research has to say about how to deliver them.
    • Explore the questions that ensure you are delivering a training that will lead to action or behavior change.
    • Learn how to use PowerPoint in support of learning.

    The Trainer Academy is designed for both novice and veteran trainers.
    If you are new to training, you will gain a framework to help you get
    started. If you have trained for a while, you will have the chance to refresh your approach and reflect on how to bring the latest in adult learning into your approach. 


    Nancy Bacon

    Chief Executive Officer

    Nancy Bacon Consulting

    Nancy Bacon is a teacher, instructional designer, and nonprofit leader who is known for creating learning experiences that move people to action. She created three learning programs, including the learning program at Washington Nonprofits, Washington’s nonprofit state association. Nancy has spoken at many regional and national forums on topics related to nonprofits and adult learning. She writes about these topics on her blog: nancybacon.com. 

    Registrants who view the live webinar to see the slides and hear the audio and then enter the correct attention check code (directions below) will receive 2.4 contact hours towards ALL CWEA's certifications. 

    To receive your contact hours for viewing the live webinar, please note the two (2) different attention check codes that will be displayed at two different points during the webinar in the top left or right corner of the presentation for approximately 90 seconds.  Please enter these codes as 1st attention check code – 2nd attention check code (XXXX-XXXX) in the Attention Check Code component under the "Contents" tab.  

    Please note, all user activity of CWEA certification holders on the Online Wastewater Education Network is subject to the CWEA Code of Ethics standards for professional conduct and ethics. Certification holders should receive credit for a training only once within the same contact hour period. Any attempt to undermine the certification process may be subject to ethics procedures and possible sanctions. It is not possible to receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

    Once you have entered the correct attendance check codes, you will be able to create and download an electronic certificate of completion under the "Contents" tab.