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Upcoming Webinars
Collapse Getting the Most from Every Drop – The Latest Developments in Water Recycling
As continued population growth, increasing urban density and varying climate place heavy burdens on our nation’s water supplies; water agencies, industry and policy makers are examining innovative ways to stretch water supplies and to provide reliability and redundancy in their supply portfolio.  As such, many water agencies in the United States and around the world have been increasing the reuse of municipal wastewater to help meet growth demands.

Water recycling is not new, and has been used for many years for irrigation as an offset to drinking water supplies.  In more recent years, advances in technology have enabled higher levels of water quality to be produced from wastewater that are reliable and economical.  This has paved the way for increased opportunities for water recycling both in industry and for municipalities, including potable reuse. This presentation will cover water recycling in the United States and around the world, and provide an update on the state of the technology including specific case studies.

Formats Available: Streaming, Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: April 24, 2014
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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Collapse The Changing Paradigm for Air Pollution Monitoring
This webinar will demonstrate how low cost air pollution sensor technologies have the potential to change the way we think about air pollution monitoring.  These technologies present both opportunities and challenges for air quality professionals in government and industry.  For example, while they offer a lower cost alternative for air monitoring, there are challenges associated with educating new users who will have access to air monitoring tools.  The webinar will summarize recent developments and applications in sensor technologies and will provide different perspectives on how these technologies are changing the paradigm for air pollution monitoring.
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Original Webinar Date: May 06, 2014
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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Collapse Title:  Nanomaterials 102: Measurement and Analysis
Nano objects exist and as such may present exposure risk in the form of individual nanoparticles, their agglomerates, nanoparticle-containing composite particles, and nanostructured particles and materials. These different forms of nanoobjects present a challenge for the analysis and measurement as new techniques and approaches are being developed for use both in the nanotechnology development and manufacturing industries as well as environmental and health risk assessment research.

The webinar will be on the latest developments of ultrafine and nanoparticle measurement techniques and analysis. An overview of currently available instruments capable of detecting nanoaerosols will be presented.  Recently introduced portable instrumentation will be discussed. The portable instruments’ evolving use for potential assessment of nanoparticle release within the Quality Control and production environments. The presentation will include 1) examples of both portable and lab-based instruments, which are currently used to identify airborne nanoparticles, 2) a description of the measurement techniques, and 3) examples of how researchers are applying the instruments to identify nanomaterials in the environment.

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Original Webinar Date: May 20, 2014
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
MORE INFOMORE INFO Title:  Nanomaterials 102: Measurement and Analysis
Collapse An Introduction to Vapor Intrusion – What You Need to Know Now
Vapor intrusion (VI) has received a great deal of attention from regulators in recent years, and it is a potential issue for any site with subsurface organic contamination.  Therefore, the VI exposure pathway is an important issue for a wide range of industrial and public sector entities.  This A&WMA webinar will bring together experts in various aspects of VI and provide a cost effective training opportunity for site owners, their consultants, and regulatory staff. 

The webinar will provide an introduction to this complex topic and is designed to give attendees a basic understanding of four key issues related to vapor intrusion studies, including:

  • Introduction to Vapor Intrusion
  • Vapor Intrusion Assessment Considerations
  • Data Analysis and Interpretation
  • Risk-Based Decision Making
  • Mitigation Techniques

Intended to provide attendees with a basic understanding of vapor intrusion and the issues it presents for successful site closure, the webinar is a prelude to the 7th national conference on vapor intrusion that AWMA is sponsoring on September 10-11, 2014 in Cherry Hill, NJ. To augment their learning, attendees will have an opportunity to submit questions, both in advance and in real time during the webinar.

Formats Available: Streaming, Webinar + Archive
Original Webinar Date: June 05, 2014
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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Archived Webinars

Date Available
Day Three: Permitting the Majors (or BACT to Basics): Gary McCutchen's Basic NSR Workshop Mar 28, 2014
Day Two: Permitting the Majors (or BACT to Basics): Gary McCutchen's Basic NSR Workshop Mar 27, 2014
Day One: Permitting the Majors (or BACT to Basics): Gary McCutchen's Basic NSR Workshop Mar 26, 2014
Natural Gas Development from the Ground Up (and Down): Mineral Law 101- Why Gas Leases Matter Mar 21, 2014
No NOx is Good NOx Mar 07, 2014
Introduction to Stack Testing 101 Feb 28, 2014
An Introduction to Vapor Intrusion â What You Need to Know Now Jan 16, 2014
Getting the Most from Every Drop â The Latest Developments in Water Recycling Jan 16, 2014
The Changing Paradigm for Air Pollution Monitoring Jan 16, 2014
Title: Nanomaterials 102: Measurement and Analysis Jan 16, 2014
Greening Your Supply Chain: Six Actions Companies Can Take Now to Reduce Risk, Increase Cost Savings & Drive Overall Sustainability Jan 16, 2014
Behind the Invisible Curtain at the U.S. EPA Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC): What CASAC Does and How Jan 10, 2014
Keeping the Cart out of the Ditch and $ in Your Pocket: Performing an Air Compliance Audit Jan 10, 2014
Ethical Issues of Environmental Attorneys, Engineers, and Consultants Working Together Dec 13, 2013
Nanoscale EHS: Environmental Health and Safety Essentials Every Practitioner Is Obligated to Know Dec 11, 2013
How To Win the Job Oct 10, 2013
SURF Framework for Integrating Sustainability into Remediation Projects Sep 26, 2013
Air Permitting: The Basics May 10, 2013
ISO 14001-Environmental Management System; Implementing the Requirements of the Standard May 01, 2013
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and Sustainability Reporting: What every Environmental Professional should know Apr 26, 2013
Are You Ready for RICE? Major New Rules Will Affect Existing Sources and Those Without Current Permits Apr 18, 2013
Jump Start Your Environmental Career! Apr 10, 2013
HazWaste 101: "Fun with Hazardous Waste" Mar 22, 2013
Boiler MACT: The Path Forward Mar 15, 2013
Using NASA Satellites for the Study of the Environment: Health and Air Quality Applications Mar 13, 2013
Sustainable Remediation: Greenwashing or Common Sense? Feb 04, 2013
Emissions of Mercury and Other Air Toxics: Compliance Strategies for Coal Combustion Jan 24, 2013
The Dirt on PM2.5: Implementation and Issues in 2012 and Beyond Nov 19, 2012
Business Ethics for Environmental and Engineering Professional Sep 18, 2012