Flow Monitoring Basics 06/15


The Miami Valley Communications Council
Invites you to attend

Flow Monitoring Basics

Course Overview:

The presentation will focus on the components that comprise a flow monitoring program for wastewater systems administered through the Municipal Utility Department. The course will include all aspects of a flow monitoring program including:
• Identifying Monitoring Goals
• Rain Gauge Requirements
• Monitor Site Selection and Access
• Monitor Selection
• Monitor Installation
• Data Review and QA/QC
The presentation will look at why a community should set up a flow monitoring program and potential benefits. It will also highlight a case study where flow monitoring was used to calibrate a model that was able to show that a previously planned equalization basin was not needed to meet the community’s regulatory requirements and reduce overflows.

The informational presentation qualifies for professional development credit towards Professional Engineering (P.E.) renewal and is approved by the Ohio EPA.
Professional Development Hours: Attendees receive 1 PDH for completion of this training

Mr. Jeff Brown, PE
Ms. Halley Miller

Training Provider
1167 Lyons Road, Building E
Centerville, Ohio 45458

Who Should Attend: Professional engineers, wastewater and collection system operators, and anyone with maintenance responsibilities for the sanitary sewer system
When: When: June 15, 2021
Sign in: 11:00AM-11:30AM
Training Time: 11:30AM-1:30PM
(Includes Lunch)
Cost: Members/Partner $10.00 Affiliates $15.00 Non-members $20.00
*Invoices sent AFTER training
Where: MVCC 1195 E. Alex-Bell Rd. Centerville, OH 45459
Registration: Registration limited, so register now! You must register to attend. Register at mvcc.net/MTA If you must cancel, please notify MVCC five business days prior to the day of training, otherwise, your city will be charged the training fee.
Questions? Jodi Martin, MVCC, Municipal Training Academy jmartin@mvcc.net, 937-424-1663