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You still have time to register for WEF's summer webinars. For more information on each session and for registration details, visit the WEF website. Professional Development Hours may be earned for participating in a webcast. Here's a look at what's on tap:

Evolving Perspective of Nutrients - Pollutant to Resource
Aug. 5, 2015, 1-3 p.m.

Speakers:
Wendell Khunjar, Ph.D., PE. Hazen & Sawyer
Samuel Jeyanayagam, PhD, PE, BCEE. CH2M

This webcast will review the findings of a WERF nutrient recovery study. You'll learn about the factors influencing the adoption of nutrient recovery systems and receive guidance on the implementation of extractive nutrient recovery. The webinar will also cover a review of experimental evaluation of emerging concepts.

Peristaltic or Diaphragm Metering Pump - How to Choose?
Aug. 27, 1-1:45 p.m.

Speakers:
Bill McDowell, Blue-White Industries

In this webinar, you'll find out out which pump is better for your application. The presentation will explore the differences between peristaltic and diagphragm metering pumps and discuss how the differences can create challenges or solutions in your chemical metering system. Find out how variables such as chemical resistance, output volume, pressure capability, output accuracy and more affect a pump's reliability.

Advancing Asset Management in Your Utility: Performance, Sustainability and Resiliency Management
Sept. 2, 1-3 p.m.

Speakers:
Dr. Sunhil Sinha, professor and director SWIM Center, Virginia Tech
Walter Graf, program manager, WERF
Fred Edgecomb (moderator), director of operations and maintenance, Rancho California Water District

This webinar will examine a holisitic approach to asset management, which includes short- and long-term goals for a utility. You'll learn about systems that support the three key aspects of asset management: performance, sustainability and resiliency. The session will close with a discussion on tools and techniques for holistic water infrastructure management.



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