WE&RF Web Seminar Series

WE&RF's web seminar series features scientific experts who discuss research topics and answer your questions. No special equipment or software is needed to participate – just a web browser and phone. Our Web Seminar Series is a resource designed for you and your organization. To make the most of these learning opportunities, we’d like to know what topics would be of interest to you in a future WE&RF web seminar. Please send your ideas to bswartz@werf.org.

Professional Development Hours (PDH)
WE&RF will offer verification of program attendance for web seminar attendees to use toward Professional Development Hours (PDHs). While WE&RF calculates educational credits following a standardized method that is widely accepted by many certification and licensing agencies, many states differ in the types and/or numbers of credits they will approve for specific educational events. Because of this, participants are responsible for exploring their state requirements and for ensuring that WE&RF web seminar participation credits are accepted. To find out about PDH requirements or licensure and/or certification, contact your state/territory licensure board.

2017 Web Seminars

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Additional WE&RF web seminars are currently being planned. Details will be announced soon.


LIFT 2017 Technology Scans Vendor Presentations

Join us online to learn about the latest innovative technologies that can help you achieve the Utility of the Future!
  • Presentations are open to all WE&RF subscribers. (Note: There are only 100 seats – register early!) 
  • Online broadcasts are from 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET. 
  • To learn more about the presenting technologies, please visit http://liftlink.werf.org
  • For more information, contact Aaron Fisher at afisher@werf.org

 Topic

Technology 

Vendor 

 Date
Decentralized Systems
BioGill
Bacterial Logistics July 18
Epic CleanTec
Epic CleanTec
PhosRID
Lombardo Associates
Water Reuse/Disinfection
Reclaimed Water Pasteurization
Pasteurization Technology Group September 7
PearlAqua
Aquisense
Forward Osmosis Forward Water
Early-Stage
Milli-electrode Array
UConn October 10
Bio-bead Wavve
PaverGuide PaverGuide
Cold Plasma Pellucid Water
Staged Anaerobic Fluidized Bed Membrane
Bioreactor
Stanford University

Featured Partner Web Seminars

Water Reuse Association Web Seminar Series

Multi-Purpose Water Reuse in the Power Sector: An Investigation at an Electric Utility and Wetland in Florida 
Thursday, August 10, 2017  2:00 - 3:15 pm ET
How to Register: Employees of WE&RF subscribing organizations can receive FREE registration for this WE&RF/WRA co-sponsored web seminar. Click here to access the promo code that you will need to register through the WateReuse Association.

 Thermoelectric power production facilities require a significant volume of water for cooling and boiler systems. In order to minimize their dependence on freshwater sources, the opportunities with the use of municipal reclaimed water are increasingly being assessed. Particularly in the U.S., there is an enormous opportunity for both municipal wastewater and power utilities to collaborate for the mutually beneficial use of reclaimed water. For instance, about 75-80% of all existing and proposed power plants are within 10 miles of a municipal wastewater treatment facility. Despite close proximity to the wastewater facilities, only 60 of 5000 power plants current use municipal reclaimed water for cooling tower and boiler applications.

WE&RF in collaboration with Florida Power and Light funded this project to investigate the application of treated municipal wastewater for reuse applications in the power sector, specifically for cooling water, boiler make-up, and for wetland rehydration purposes in Florida. This webcast will present: 1) opportunities, challenges, and case studies on the application of municipal reclaimed water at electric utilities; 2) effectiveness of innovative and traditional treatment technologies for the removal of targeted contaminants; and 3) cost-comparison of selected treatment trains for reclaimed water treatment considered in this study.

Speakers
Mohammad Budruzzaman
Carla Cherchi
Stantec

Enabling the Water Resources Utility of the Future Web Seminar Series

Additional Web Seminars In This Series Are Currently Being Planned
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Understanding and Use of Climate and Hydrological Data on the Water Resources Dashboard

Water resource managers, city planners, and the public are witnessing changes in the climate. To better plan for the future, the American Planning Association, American Water Works Association, Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies, NOAA, WE&RF, and the Water Research Foundation collaborated to create a water resources dashboard – a one-stop location for water-relevant data sets. (http://toolkit.climate.gov/topics/water-resources/water-resources-dashboard).

Additional Web Seminars In This Series Are Currently Being Planned
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Asset Management Web Seminars

Find out more about the various components of SIMPLE with these four web seminars.


Web Seminar Archive

Visit the web seminar archive to access descriptions and recordings of past WE&RF seminars.



August: Pathogens and Human Health

August: Pathogens and Human Health

August: Pathogens and Human Health

August: Pathogens and Human Health