Reuse of Wastewater and RV and Camper Wastewater
This presentation was recorded at the 2021 NOWRA Mega-Conference.
Description: Presentation #1: Water reuse is an important approach to meeting our long-term water needs. Onsite wastewater reuse systems provide a valuable source of water to meet the landscape irrigation needs. Onsite water management will be implemented on residential and commercial properties to effectively utilize all available water sources. Landscape irrigation with wastewater facilitates property owners to have a conventional landscape even when facing landscape water use restrictions. Site water management is critical when designing a system utilizing all water sources on the property. All water sources are 9 identified and discussed with respect to meeting the customer’s water needs. Each Design, installation, operation and maintenance features are discussed for site water. The A water balance will be discussed regarding the water available for meeting landscaping needs for residential and commercial system. An outline is presented for designing onsite wastewater treatment systems utilizing a landscaping water balance approach. The landscaping water needs on an annual basis is reviewed in comparison to water usage in a facility. System features that facilitate easy operation and maintenances actions for system long-term operation are defined.
Presentation #2: RV parks produce a unique high strength wastewater stream with water conservation playing a large part in producing the concentrated wastewater. This presentation reviews the structure and function of the water and wastewater system in and RV and what it takes to break down the wastewater.
Credits - 2 hours/continuing education units
Questions - While taking the class, for Technical Support call (888) 705-6002 (8 am - 8 pm EST) or email email@example.com.