Webcasts Educate About Biosolids and Asset Management

October 18, 2012

Learning Opps

Learn about biosolids and asset management through these no-cost Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) webcasts:

National Biosolids Partnership: Biosolids 101 – Fundamentals of Practice — Oct. 31, 2–3 p.m. (EST)

This webcast covers the historical development and current regulatory compliance requirements of Part 503, Subpart B, of the Biosolids Land Application Rule.

Participants will learn how to navigate through monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements associated with the biosolids land application rule. Speakers include Mike McFarland, Utah State University (Logan); Tom Crawford, now retired from the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District; and Rhonda Bowen, Hampton Roads Sanitation District (Virginia Beach, Va.).

Asset Management: Translating Data to Information — Nov. 14, 1–3 p.m. (EST)

The webcast will describe how long an asset should last, how to define value, the business case to replace an asset, asset management programs to prioritize your capital improvement planning, and lessons learned. Speakers include John Nelson and Brian Heatherington, Thousand Oaks, Calif.; Alden Wyma, King County, Wash.; and Scott Bash and David Spencer, HDR Inc. (Omaha, Neb.).


Each webcast offers Professional Development Hours. Check with your state accreditation agency to determine if you qualify.

Access archived webcasts in WEF’s Knowledge Center. For more information, contact webcasts@wef.org.

Sponsors provide financial support for this online education format and, in return, receive visibility through company logos, advertisements, and Web-link placements during live and archived webcasts.

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