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Water Webinars

 
In this world of limited time, we have decided to give you an opportunity to understand water policy, technology and best practices through webinars by experts in the field. Each webinar will last about 30 minutes with about 15 minutes available for Q&A. Check back soon for more details!

See the Resources section below for access to recently recorded water webinars.

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  Resources  
  WEBINAR (Recorded November 13, 2012): Green Infrastructure - Why Should we care?
National experts describe the motivations, costs, and benefits for green infrastructure implementation. Obtain current information on green infrastructure trends as they apply to wastewater utilities and municipal stormwater managers both in Wisconsin and elsewhere in the United States. Case studies are presented to show the motivations for implementing green infrastructure to address water quality requirements in total maximum daily loads (TMDLs), water quantity management in combined and separate sewer systems, and other emerging applications.
  WEBINAR (recorded July 31, 2012): Starting from Zero - The Challenges in Creating a Regional Water Quality Collaborative
In this webinar, you'll get a quick update on regional water quality issues and then learn how Sweet Water, a small, low-profile organization based at the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences, collaborates to bring both local communities and major regulatory agencies together to create new approaches to improve water quality policy-making.
  WEBINAR (Recorded June 19, 2012): Strategic Analysis of Water Markets of the USA and World
Based on a recent report of 12 states and over 30 nations, this webinar discusses: forces that are making access to freshwater a growing concern, wastewater problems and upcoming policy requirements. We'll also review the scale of the markets, the current strength of interest for solutions and the pressure different geographies are facing to find solutions.
  WEBINAR (Recorded May 22, 2012): Exploring Watershed Initiatives at the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District
Tim Bate, PE, and Karen Sands, AICP, present the genesis of award-winning watershed-based programs by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD). Discussion includes: flood management solutions, facilities planning, watershed restoration plans and stormwater permitting - all undertaken on a watershed basis.
 
For more information, contact:
Murali Vedula, mvedula@uwm.edu, 414-227-3121
Marcia Gabriel, gabrielm@uwm.edu, 414-227-3378
 

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