water well casing Events

  • How to Overcome Institutional Barriers to a Reuse Project

    With increased pressure on water supplies, many communities are exploring new strategies, such as potable reuse, to meet future water demands. As to potable reuse, however, countless barriers must be overcome to successfully initiate and execute a project. The obstacles include but aren’t limited to collaboration between separate utilities or distinct departments, public perception, treatment and ...


    ONLINE

  • The Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course

    Groundwater quality is a national priority issue of immense and ever-growing proportions. The Federal government has passed strict, comprehensive and long-term legislation such as the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA), the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Pollution Prevention Act. Many state governments have passed even stricter ...


    SAN FRANCISCO

  • Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) 2018

    WWEM is a focused Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring exhibition and Conference. WWEM 2018, The 8th in the Series of International Water and Wastewater Monitoring events is focused for companies and individuals who are involved with water, wastewater and environmental monitoring. WWEM comprises of a two day conference run with industry partners including SWIG (Sensors for water ...


    TELFORD, ENGLAND

  • Asia 2018 - Seventh International Conference and Exhibition

    Seventh International Conference and Exhibition on Water Resources and Renewable Energy Development in Asia will take place at the Ariyana Danang Exhibition and Congress Centre and Furama Resort, Danang, Vietnam 13-15 March 2018. Asia continues to be the continent with the greatest amount of water resources and renewable energy development under way. Some of the world’s most impressive ...


    DANANG

  • Environmental Engineering for Developing Countries 2018

    The course centres on addressing water and sanitation needs in developing countries, covering low cost engineering technologies as well as the crucially related social, economic, commercial and institutional issues, which are often not covered in traditional engineering training. In addition to formal lectures, guest speakers share their experience of the issues involved in working in developing ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

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