Webinar 2/21: Strategies & Solutions for Managing Corrosion in Wastewater Systems
Wednesday, February 21 @ 12:00 P.M. – 1:00 P.M (MST)
Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) is a major challenge affecting sanitary sewer systems across the nation. Geographical, environmental, and unique system factors all contribute to the specific corrosion concerns faced by municipalities, which must be considered alongside costs and other variables when selecting a corrosion management solution. This webinar explores the unique challenges faced by agencies in managing MIC and discusses the various approaches used to prevent corrosion.
Hear from a panel of representatives from different agencies as they share their specific corrosion issues and prevention strategies—including traditional, innovative, and hybrid techniques—and the effectiveness and limitations of these strategies. We’ll examine the factors that influenced each agency’s decision-making process, including budget constraints, environmental impact, community needs, and long-term sustainability. Panelists will share lessons learned and speculate on future challenges and potential innovations in sewer system management.
Registration is free! Earn up to 1 PDH / CEU credit for attending (check with your local licensing agency for eligibility. A certificate of completion will be provided after the webinar).
- Discussion of unique corrosion challenges
- Corrosion prevention approaches: effectiveness and limitations
- Decision-making factors and lessons learned
- Future problems and innovative solutions