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Corrosion Control for Water System Piping and Storage Tanks

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 02:00:21 America/Chicago

October 19, 2017

Causes of Corrosion of Piping Systems and Storage Tanks

Corrosion Soil Conditions

Stray Electrical Currents


Operation and Maintenance of Cathodic Protection Systems

Questions and Answers

Using the U.S. EPA Handbook for Watershed Planning and Beyond

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 02:00:05 America/Chicago

November 9, 2017

Overview and General Applicability of the Planning Process

• U.S. EPA's Nine Key Elements for Watershed Plans

• Applicability to Drinking Water, Storm Water, TMDLs, and Other Issues

• Importance of Sound Science, Partnerships, and Cooperative Action

Assessing the Watershed's Land Use, Land Cover, and Hydrology

• Point Sources and Nonpoint Sources of Water Pollution

• Impacts of Land Use, Land Cover, and Land Management on Water Resources

• How Waterbody Type Affects Pollutant Collection, Transport, and Impacts

• Data Sources for Assessing Rivers, Lakes, Streams, Wetlands, and Coastal Waters

Identifying Appropriate Pollutant Reduction Strategies

• Estimating Pollutant Loads and Identifying Load Reduction Targets

• Types of Pollutant Management Practices and How They Work

Implementing Green Infrastructure Strategies

• Prioritizing and Targeting Default Landscape Typologies

• Why Early Planning of Site-Specific Design Is Important to Successful Implementation

• How Green Infrastructure Can Connect People to the Watershed

• Funding and Other Resources for Implementing Watershed Plans

Geographic Information Management Strategies

• Mapping Tools That Support Watershed Management

• Tracking Performance Measures for Decision Making Processes

• How Information Management Strategies Support Collaborative Partnerships

Adapting Selected Management Practices

• Integrating Watershed Management With Other Regulatory and Nonregulatory Issues

– Storm Water (MS4), Chlorides, NPDES (Point-Source), Nutrients, Environmental Justice

• Adjusting Your Approach