California Onsite Water Association Soil Science Training

California Onsite Water Association Soil Science Training

Where: Santa Rosa, California
When: Nov. 28-29
Who would benefit from this course? Registered environmental health specialists, registered civil engineers and other inspectors who conduct site and soils evaluations, onsite wastewater system designer/installers, and other professionals involved in water, soil, and contamination management. This course provides 16 continuing education hours of California Onsite Water Association and National Association of Wastewater Technicians approved training (accredited by the California Department of Public Health for Registered Environmental Health Specialist).

Course summary: This two-day workshop provides participants with a detailed understanding of how particular soils affect the treatment of sewage. Participants will learn to identify characteristics of soil and the components of an onsite wastewater treatment system, site evaluation and professional soil profile description. Participants will also receive instruction at a field location to practice the principles of site evaluation and characterize soils in profile trenches.

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Localizing California Waters Conference
Registration is also open for the Localizing California Waters Conference, which will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 in Groveland. The updated conference agenda has now been posted. Check it out and register today.

Join the best and brightest voices in water as we come together to identify localized and integrated solutions to California’s daunting water challenges. Discussions will focus on enhancing the ecology and economics of our watersheds and their varied communities from headwaters to coastline.


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