Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Webcast: After the Flood - Replacing Gravity with Pressure Sewer

Join us Tuesday, November 8, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time for a great new webcast about two communities that replaced failing gravity sewer systems with E/One pressure sewer.

Registration is free through WaterWorld magazine. Click here to sign up.

If you can't make it on November 8, an archived version will be available to viewing at your convenience. Visit our webinar page for the link.

About the Webcast

Tune in for this tale of two towns, and find out how they solved an expensive infrastructure problem with an innovative technology that's been around for over 40 years.

Both Athens, Tennessee, and Elwood, Kansas, used gravity sewer systems and had huge problems with infiltration. Find out how E/One Sewer systems helped both towns eliminate infiltration and save big on treatment costs.

Sign up for this webcast.

About the Presenters

Bobby Hall is the Director of Public Works for Elwood, Kansas

Jill Davis is the Water/Wastewater Superintendent for the Athens, Tennessee, Utility Board

Walt Erndt is Director of Sales for Environment One, and President-elect of SWPA, the Submersible Wastewater Pump Association

Monday, June 20, 2011

E/One Exhibiting at PCBC

If you're attending the Pacific Coast Building Conference (PCBC) in San Francisco this week, be sure to visit E/One at exhibit #N-6221.

The show runs June 22-24 at the Moscone Center.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

E/One Sewer Systems Joins GreenExpo365.com

E/One Sewer Systems has joined GreenExpo365.com. GreenExpo is a virtual home for the green building community. Builders, architects, product manufacturers, service providers and others who are committed to green building can share, learn and grow.

GreenExpo offers live events such as webinars and virtual trade shows. There is also a networking lounge where you can interact with other industry professionals.

Join E/One Sewer Systems today and tomorrow, May 24-25, for a live virtual trade show. Registration is free at www.GreenExpo365.com.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Webinar: Evaluating and Deploying a Pressure Sewer System

Back on March 29, E/One's Clark Henry, director of engineering, and Dan Goncz, of Gannett Fleming Engineering in Erie, PA, moderated a very interesting webinar, "Evaluating and Deploying a Pressure Sewer System."

In case you missed the live version, E/One has the archived recording on its web site. Also, several attendees were interested in a sewer system design webinar -- we have that, too, also archived. Visit the Webinar page on eone.com to check out these great webinars.

Is there a topic you'd like E/One to cover in a future webinar? Send your suggestions to eone@eone.com with the subject line "Webinar Suggestion."

Friday, April 1, 2011

Case Study: Elwood, Kansas

The April issue of WaterWorld magazine features an E/One case study. Elwood, Kansas, has one of the largest gravity sewer system replacement projects in the country. The gravity sewer system had a lot of infiltration problems. Nine lift stations ran constantly to clear the groundwater. Manholes and sections of sewer mains were constantly sinking. Then, there was the flood of 1993.

How big of a flood? The town was washed out and need to be re-sewered. Click here to read the entire article in WaterWorld magazine.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

SWPA Training Seminars

SWPA, the Submersible Wastewater Pump Association, is hosting a trainig forum April 11-12 in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Pumping Systems Training Seminar is based on the systems approach to lift station design, operation and maintenance, which establishes performance optimization by assuring that components operate efficiently and effectively with each other.

The Controls Trainign Seminar features an up-to-date roadmap to the rapidly changing world of pump station controls and control considerations.

Visit www.swpa.org for complete agenda information and registration.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Webinar: Evaluating & Deploying a Pressure Sewer System

Join E/One and Utility Infrastructure Management magazine on Tuesday, March 29 at 2:00 ET for another exciting webinar.

Various sewer alternatives including vacuum, gravity and pressure sewer will be explored.This program includes design, installation and O&M content, which will provide useful to anyone involved in the decision making and execution of a collection sewer program.

If you are planning a septic tank replacement project, this is a must-see event. In today's challenging economic environment, more municipalities and engineering firms are relying on the pressure sewer solution. Find out about the economic and environmental aspects of pressure sewer that can make or break a project. Learn what helps ensure homeowner satisfaction before, during and after project completion.

Click here to sign up with Utility Infrastructure Management.