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2018 Southwest Onsite Wastewater Conference Presentations
Presented on January 31 & February 1, 2018

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1.Resource Management in a Resource Challenged World. A.R. Rubin, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, North Carolina State University
2.Onsite Wastewater Design Flow Parameters: Flow Studies Suggest that Changes are needed. William DeOreo, P.E., Aquacraft, Boulder, Colorado
3.Take a Step Back: Perspectives Over the Long Haul in Onsite Wastewater. David Gustafson, Water Resource Center, University of Minnesota.
4.Designing Systems to Site Water Capacity. Colin Bishop, REHS, RS, President, Anua
5.Producing water reuse quality effluent from a high strength wastewater source: A Case Study. Sheryl Ervin, P.G., Bio-Microbics
6.Finding New Water: Development of On-Site Non-Potable Water Reuse Systems. Jay Garland, Ph.D., Office of Research and Development, National Exposure Research Laboratory, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio
7.Tiny homes: An Emerging Real Estate Trend. Cindy Sessions, Sessions Real Estate 
8.Impacts of Whole-house Reverse Osmosis Systems on OSDS. Kevin Koepenick, L.E.H.S., Baltimore County Department Environmental Protection and Sustainability, Maryland
9.Opportunities and Challenges in Regulating Safe Urban and Rural Onsite Water Recycling. Chuck Graff, R.G., Principal Hydrogeologist, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
10. What does a Type 1.09 Aquifer Protection Permit look like? Raymond D. Morgan, P.E., Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
11.Maryland Strategies for Reducing Nitrogen Loading from Septic Systems to the Chesapeake Bay. Kevin Koepenick, L.E.H.S., Baltimore County Department Environmental Protection and Sustainability, Maryland
12.Onsite Wastewater Treatment for Reuse with Packed Bed Filter Technology. Jeff Pringle, Account Manager, Western US Region, Orenco Systems, Inc.
13.Effective Management of Septage and FOG: Options for Handling By-Product of Wastewater Treatment. A.R. Rubin, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, North Carolina State University
14.New Standards - New Future - for Non-sewered Waste Systems. Karleen Kos, Executive Director, Portable Sanitation Association, International.
15.Traditions and Historic Practices vs. Science: Shifting to a Risk-Based Model for Onsite. Colin Bishop, REHS, RS, President, Anua