Upcoming events

    • 10 Feb 2022
    • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

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    Untreated greywater is a valuable source of irrigation water. With treatment, greywater can be made cleaner and suitable for additional reuse opportunities. Learn about treated greywater systems in this informative webinar. We'll cover NSF 350, codes, and technical aspects of three systems (Hydraloop, Greyter, and Aqualoop).

    Presenters include:

    Damon Premer- Damon Premer is a senior project executive for All Area Plumbing in Commerce, Calif., and has worked in the plumbing trade for 32 years. Damon installed a commercial Aqualoop greywater system in Los Angeles.

    Marc Rico is the director of business in the US for Hydraloop, a Dutch water reuse company.

    John Bell is Chief Commercial Officer and co-Founder of Greyter Water Systems. Greyter Water Systems offers industry proven out-of-the-box water reuse management solutions, which reduce the water and wastewater demands of commercial and residential buildings. Bell has been actively involved in the water conservation and greywater recycling industry since 2009.


    • 22 Feb 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • 24 Feb 2022
    • 12:00 PM
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    This introductory course is part 1 of a 2 - part series.  It covers the common technologies encountered by OWTS operations, maintenance and monitoring service providers.  There are 16 contact hours eligible for continuing education credit. The course is broken down into three-morning sessions plus homework/video content.  The training will be done via online webinars. 

    Agenda: 

    Lecture, presentation and discussion will address the importance of  business and ethics, safety, wastewater math and analysis, and site assessment. Participants will also be exposed to various technologies, including tanks, pumps, system controls, pressure dosing, media filters, aerobic treatment units, drip dispersal and disinfection. The discussion of each of the technologies, or “components” is directed by a series of detailed Operational Checklists. 

    Certificate of Completion will be electronically provided in real-time upon successful completion.

    This training is provided by COWA in cooperation with the National Association of Wastewater Technicians, NAWT. 

    Recertification Note:

    For those interested in NAWT O&M certification renewal, DO NOT register for this event. There is an abbreviated course (which covers the last two sessions of this event). Please reply to this email for the for O&M recertification registration link or visit the cowa.org events page.


    • 23 Feb 2022
    • 8:00 AM
    • 24 Feb 2022
    • 12:00 PM
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    • 37
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    This is a recertification course designed only for individuals wishing to maintain NAWT O&M certification.  This coincides with the last two sessions of the O&M training.  To Register for the full 16 contact hour course visit the cowa.org events page. 

    A Certificate of Completion will be electronically provided in real-time upon successful completion of the examination.

    This training is provided by COWA in cooperation with the National Association of Wastewater Technicians, NAWT. 

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