View EPA Arsenic and Biological Treatment Webinars Online at ASDWA

For a limited time, you may view the two most recent EPA ORD Small System webinar presentations on the topics of arsenic treatment technologies and on biological treatment, ammonia, and nitrates/nitrites.  Both are available on ASDWA’s Small Systems web page under “Webinars and Additional Resources.”   Click this link: http://www.asdwa.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Page.viewPage&pageId=509&parentID=503&nodeID=1

Available until March 31, 2015:

Arsenic Treatment Technologies (January 27 2015)

Presented by: Jamie Harris (EPA’s Office of Water) and Tom Sorg (EPA’s Office of Research and Development)

This presentation provides an overview of the wide varieties of challenges faced by small water systems to implement arsenic treatment, and the effectiveness of arsenic removal technologies and their cost.

Available until April 21, 2015:

Biological Treatment, Ammonia and Nitrates/Nitrites (February 24 2015)

Presented by: Mike Muse (EPA’s Office of Water) and Darren Lytle (EPA’s Office of Research and Development)

This presentation discusses a biological treatment process for the removal of ammonia from small water systems, and showcases examples of alternative preventative methods to reduce nitrates/nitrites and costs.

 

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2 Responses to View EPA Arsenic and Biological Treatment Webinars Online at ASDWA

  1. Pelletier, Kenneth (DEP) says:

    Bridget:

    Is it possible to download a copy of the two (EPA) presentations videos that we could use in MA for trainings.

    Thanks

    ken

    • Hey Ken – the two videos are posted to our YouTube. Rather than attempt to transmit such large files via email, I would recommend using a free online service like http://keepvid.com/ or http://en.savefrom.net/1-how-to-download-youtube-video/?rmode=false to download the videos directly to your PC. All you need to do is navigate to the videos online, grab the URL for each, input the URL into the field at the top of one of those webpages and it will ask what format you wish to download the video. …this is a cool trick for capturing a local copy of any video you see on YouTube.

      If that doesn’t work for you, feel free to follow up with me – aderosa(at)asdwa.org. I can provide you with download links from one of our cloud-based file-shares.

      Thanks,
      –Anthony