Small Community Issues in Technology, Finance, and Management Webcast
Small communities are typically defined as those with fewer than 10,000 residents and in many instances the water and wastewater needs of these communities have been only partially addressed. The systems proposed for these small communities may be appropriate
for large communities, but the managerial capabilities available in small communities may limit the ability to design, install, operate and manage advanced wastewater treatment systems. This webinar is intended to acquaint planners, engineers, regulatory
agency personnel and officials in small communities with the various technical, financial and managerial opportunities available to protect public health, environmental quality and financial sustainability of the small community.
- Lynn Broaddus, WEF President
- Mike Hines, Southeast Environmental
- Zach Lowenstein, U.S. EPA
- Hal Nielson, USDA Rural Development
- A.R. Rubin, North Carolina State University
PDH Credits will be available for attendees following this event on this platform. Please look for further information to come.