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Conference Highlights

Technical Education & Training
Choose from more than 50 sessions across a variety of topics, including case studies, system troubleshooting, Colorado-specific issues, septage treatment, technical, policy and funding.
Education Tracks of Note:

Troubleshooting Onsite Systems.The many factors which can cause an onsite system to not function properly makes expertise in diagnosing system problems a valuable skill, especially as the use of more advanced treatment systems continues to increase. Hear from an all-star team of industry experts who will share their best practices for finding and fixing problems anywhere in the treatment train.

Septage Treatment. Processing septage can be a useful and lucrative venture, particularly in areas where public utilities don’t accept septage, or where pumpers have to haul their loads long distances to unload. If you are considering opening a private septage treatment facility, this course will provide you with a soup-to-nuts overview of the steps you will want to take to set up such a venture.

CPOW Track. Local contractors and regulators won’t want to miss the afternoon track covering issues specific to Colorado.

Outstanding Field Trips
Two great field trips are planned for the day of October 16: A half-day field trip will explore commercial onsite wastewater treatment systems utilizing higher-level treatment. The full-day field trip will cover high-strength wastewater, visiting a craft brewery and a yogurt manufacturer.

Dozens of leading national and local companies will be displaying their latest products and services

Great Social Events

Opening Reception-- Join us Sunday Evening and reconnect with your colleagues from across the country.

Taste Colorado! A Rocky Mountain Craft Beer, Spirits and Food Experience– Instead of going to an outside facility for this Monday Evening Social Event, we are bringing the outside into the Expo! A half dozen local craft brewers and distillers will be on hand to provide samples of their local products paired with suggested foods. This event is open to all registered attendees.

Opening General Session
Get a high-level view of key issues facing our industry, including an update on NOWRA’s lobbying effort, reports from EPA and USDA on implementing provisions in the 2018 Farm Bill and America's Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 that will benefit the onsite wastewater industry. In addition, you’ll get an overview on the many connections between environmental health and onsite wastewater, and a Keynote Address from Dr. Robert Siegrist, Professor Emeritus at the Colorado School of Mines.