Wastewater Treatment Myths
- Iowa Onsite Wastewater Association - IOWWA - CIOWTS
- Maine - Plumbing Inspectors
- Maine - Site Evaluator
- Maine - Voluntary Certification for On-Site System Contractors
- Massachusetts - Soil Evaluator
- Massachusetts - System Inspectors
- National Environmental Health Association - NEHA
- New Hampshire - Designers & Installers
- New York - Land Surveyors
- New York - Professional Engineers
- Ohio - Sewage Treatment System Contractors
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There are common industry misconceptions in the life cycle of an active wastewater treatment system. Addressing these myths can help industry professionals properly design, install, and maintain active treatment systems for optimal system performance and longevity.
Jon 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. Jon also serves as the Vice-Chair of the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA) Emerging Professionals Committee and serves on the board of directors for the Connecticut Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (COWRA).
Ashley Donnelly, Technical Training and Sales Development Manager
Ashley has a passion for building relationships within the onsite wastewater treatment industry through training and technical education. Ashley entered the onsite wastewater industry over 19 years ago and is committed to the industry and public health. She has a passion for preserving the environment through sound wastewater treatment solutions. In her position at Infiltrator, she leads the Inside Sales Team and is responsible for maintaining and building customer relationships by assisting engineers, contractors and regulators with technical and design information, training, installation, and operation & maintenance of their onsite wastewater needs. In 2020, she launched IWT’s webinar program, which is currently accredited in over 10 states and to date has trained over 2,000 attendees on various contemporary industry topics. She serves on various committees within the industry (AzOWRA, TOWA and NOWRA Emerging Professionals). Ashley holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Central Connecticut State University.