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The Blurred Lines of Onsite and Centralized Wastewater

  • Delaware - Onsite Septic System Contractors
  • Indiana - Professional Engineers
  • Iowa Onsite Wastewater Association - IOWWA - CIOWTS
  • Maine - Plumbing Inspectors
  • Maine - Soil Evaluator
  • Maine - Voluntary Certification for On-Site System Contractors
  • Massachusetts - Soil Evaluator
  • Massachusetts - System Inspectors
  • National Environmental Health Association - NEHA
  • Nebraska - Onsite Wastewater System Contractors
  • New Hampshire - Designers & Installers
  • New York - Land Surveyors
  • New York - Professional Engineers
  • North Carolina - Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS)
  • Ohio - Sewage Treatment System Contractors

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Decentralized wastewater treatment used to only be implemented if there was no possible way to connect to a centralized sewer line. However, there is no longer “one solution" in wastewater treatment. Many aspects of wastewater treatment including collection, treatment, disposal, and operation and maintenance are very similar between decentralized and centralized wastewater treatment. This presentation will explore those similarities and dive into details on large decentralized treatment projects with daily design flows that would have been thought to only be treatable via centralized wastewater treatment.

Speaker Biography

Jonathan Kaiser, Project Engineer

Jon joined Infiltrator Water Technologies in 2016 as a Project Engineer after graduating with his B.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Vermont.  He spends his time at Infiltrator working on decentralized wastewater treatment system designs, product regulation, and research and development initiatives.

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