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FREE WEBINAR: Understanding RV’s and Fifth-Wheel Campers and Their Wastewater Stream

This course is approved for 1 credit hour in:
  • Indiana - Professional Engineers
  • Massachusetts - Soil Evaluator
  • Massachusetts - System Inspectors
  • New York - Land Surveyors
  • Ohio - Sewage Treatment System Contractors
  • Iowa Onsite Wastewater Association - IOWWA - CIOWTS
  • National Environmental Health Association - NEHA

Join us for a FREE live webinar hosted by Infiltrator Water Technologies featuring members of our team. Please note all webinar times are Eastern Standard time.

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The wastewater stream from recreational  vehicle (RV) parks poses treatment challenges across the country.  RV’s are designed and built with water saving fixtures and with the use of holding tank treatment chemicals the wastewater is high in TSS and concentrated. This presentation reviews the wastewater and water system design and normal operating conditions of an RV at a park; holding tank treatment chemicals and wastewater strength; and design elements to help treat the wastewater successfully. 

Speaker Biography

Allison Blodig, Engineered Systems Specialist

Allison has been in the onsite wastewater treatment industry since 1997, first as a regulatory official and then in the wastewater treatment manufacturing industry participating in sales, regulatory affairs, design reviews, and training for a national treatment system manufacturer. Ms. Blodig had her own company for 3 years called GYST (Get Your “Stuff” Together) Consulting, specializing in regulatory consulting, market research, and training across the US. Currently she is an Engineered Systems Specialist with Infiltrator Water Technologies, a leading developer of decentralized wastewater treatment technology. Along with a degree in Biology from Benedictine College in Atchison, KS, she has been a Registered Environmental Health Specialist and member of the National Environmental Health Association since She is also very active with the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA) and is the former chair of the Technical Practices Committee, current chair of the Conference Committee and participates in the Online Education Committee. She has participated in the NSF Joint Committee on wastewater, participating in task groups and annual meetings. Allison received the Women in Manufacturing award in 2012 and was the 2017 recipient of the Raymond Peat Lifetime Achievement award for outstanding achievement in the Kansas onsite wastewater field.

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