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Where Can I Get More Training? | Green Infrastructure | US EPA

Where Can I Get More Training? | Green Infrastructure | US EPA.

EPA is pleased to announce a brand-new webcast series on implementing green infrastructure. This page provides information on the 2014 webcast series, as well as links to archived webcasts and a summary of certification programs. To be added to a mailing list for additional training opportunities, please send an email to join-greenstream@lists.epa.gov.

First Webcast: January 7th, 2014
1:00pm – 2:30pm EST

Register!

O&M and Green:
Best Practices for Green Infrastructure Operations and Maintenance

December 17 | This Day in Water History

December 17 | This Day in Water History.

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December 17

1217 Imhoff TankDecember 17, 1914:  Municipal Journal article—Small Sewage Treatment Plant. “The Home for the Indigent of Delaware County, Pa., is located in Middletown Township, near the village of Lima, and on the main highway leading from Media to West Chester, Pa. There are usually about 125 inmates the home, although during the winter months the number runs higher.

Introduction To Wastewater Microbiology

This 2 hour online class “Introduction to WasteWater Microbiology”, has ended but contact us for future dates.

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Designed for anyone who manages wastewater systems of any size or technology requiring monitoring of biological organisms – and is not only for large municipal systems. Using stunning phase contrast electron microscope images, this is an opportunity to see & appreciate minute living organisms which form the basis of treating and recycling water. Fee is $40 with the option to purchase, at $35, a CD of slides and video resources. CD Purchase Information attached here.

Onsite Insight : U.S. Water Alliance

Onsite Insight : U.S. Water Alliance.

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Onsite Insight

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

New Urban Algae System Generates Energy While Cleaning Wastewater in Paris | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

via New Urban Algae System Generates Energy While Cleaning Wastewater in Paris | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building.

New Urban Algae System Generates Energy While Cleaning Wastewater in Paris by Taz Loomans, 12/05/12
filed under: clean tech, News, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Building, Water Issues
 ennesys, originoil, algae harvesting, algae fuel, biofuel, cleaning wastewater,Rendering from Axel Schoenert Architecture

Ennesys, a Paris-based energy systems company and OriginOil,
an American algae harvesting company just unveiled their new urban
algae demonstration project in La Defense, near Paris. The revolutionary
system harvests energy from algae present in wastewater while filtering
the wastewater for use as graywater.

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Urban Algae System Generates Energy While Cleaning Wastewater in Paris |
Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green
Building

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