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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Wednesday, January 5, 2022

The Environment Beneath the Skid-Steer - Soil Engineering Basics for Onsite System Installers

The objective of this seminar is to increase installers’ awareness of the conditions that exist in the subsurface environment during onsite system construction. The discussion covers geotechnical engineering fundamentals as related to onsite system construction, including soil unit weight, earth pressure, stress on buried structures, and slope stability. Soil stress with depth and the lateral extent of stress in soil will be addressed, as well as the effect of static and dynamic stress on buried structures. Publicly available construction videos will be used as case studies to tie the geotechnical engineering concepts to real-life situations.

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Source Water Protection and OWWS-Are We Drinking the Same Water as Dinosaurs?

This presentation is an overview of source water protection, the role properly functioning onsite wastewater systems play in maintaining healthy, well-functioning watersheds. Best management practices specific to onsite systems will be addressed, along with how the onsite wastewater treatment system industry impacts the often-misunderstood link between wastewater, watersheds, and drinking water protection.

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