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Lessons Learned from Three Decades of I/I Work

Thursday, June 23, 2022 12N EDT, 11am CDT, 10am MDT, 9am PDT

Patrick has spent more than 50 years in the wastewater and collection system engineering field as a Regulator, an Owner and a Consultant. Thirty of those years have been devoted to Infiltration & Inflow (I/I) and over that time many Rules-of-Thumb and Tricks-of-the-Trade have been formulated and refined by asking Project Managers, “If you could do this project over, what would you do differently?” This webinar will address several of these issues including: (1) a strategy for meter placement to achieve a uniform basin size and get maximum information, (2) a strategy for assuring a successful pre- and post-rehabilitation metering program, and (3) best and worst methods for quantifying and normalizing I/I.

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Duration: 50 minutes with up to 10 minutes of Q&A to follow

Speaker: Patrick Stevens, P.E.

Patrick is VP of Engineering at ADS Environmental Services with over 50 years of experience in wastewater engineering with a wide perspective as a municipal & consulting engineer and regulator. He holds a BS in Aeronautical Engineering and an MS in Environmental Engineering from Purdue University. He is a 2019 Water Environment Federation Fellow.

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