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Thursday, July 11, 2019

Mounds Workshop

Start Date: 7/11/2019 8:00 AM CDT
End Date: 7/11/2019 5:30 PM CDT

Location:
6700 Prairie Rim Rd
Lincoln, NE  United States  68526

Organization Name: Nebraska On-Site Waste Water Association

Contact:
Jason W Orton
Email: jason@h2oboy.net
Phone: 4024760162

                                            
 


Schedule
8:00 am Registration Opens
8:30 am Project Overview – Dana & Lloyd
  • Overview of proper planning, sizing, and design
  • Permitting of the mound system for this project
9:30 am Break
 
9:45 am NDEQ, OWAC & NOWWA Update
  • What’s happening with Title 124
10:15 am Site Logistics, Preparation, and Initial Installation
  • Discussion
  • Video review of site work done prior to today.
11:15 am System Component Selection and Hands-On Learning Dana & Lloyd
  • System component selection
  • Hands-on preparing for the initial placement of required sand and fill materials.
 
12:15 pm Lunch
12:45 pm Continued Hands-On Learning
•Continued hands-on learning
  • Discussion on the system components and installation
1:45 pm Update Status of Extension Program- Becky Schuerman
  • What’s happening
  • 2019 CEU Opportunities
2:15 pm Break
 
2:30 pm Continued System Installation
  • Continued hands-on learning
  • Further discussion on the installation.
3:30 pm Project Wrap-Up- Lloyd & Becky
  • Continued hands-on learning
  • Discussion of the project and questions
  • Final site work
 
5:30 pm Conference concludes

Remember to bring your certification card to the class.  Tall-Neck Boots and safety hat required and a lawn chair suggested if you'd like to sit at all.  

To receive a full refund you must cancel by July 5th.  No Partial Refunds will be given and cancellations will not be credited to future classes.  
 

About the Speakers
 

Lloyd Jakoubek — co-owner of Raymond Contracting in Raymond, Nebraska and is a certified Septic System installer. Lloyd is also a member of the NOWWA board of Directors and the OWWAC Board with NDEQ.

Dana Peterson, P.E. — is a licensed Professional Civil Engineer and owns Frontwater Engineering, LLC. His engineering focus is in water and wastewater engineering, and natural resource
and environmental sciences. Dana’s wastewater projects have ranged from a 10 million gallon per day municipal wastewater treatment plan to a single-family home septic system. For the last 18 years, Dana has assisted and lead homeowners, businesses and installers through the NDEQ construction permitting process to overcome
site setback issues and high flow/high strength wastewater challenges. Dana has designed and evaluated several mound systems, hybrid-mound systems, and pressure distribution systems throughout the state. Dana is also a member of the NOWWA Board of Directors.
 
Becky Schuerman — is the University of Nebraska Extension Associate for Domestic Water/ Wastewater Management. She worked in the regulatory field for the State of Nebraska Public Drinking Water and Water Well Standards Programs for over 17 years before starting with the Extension in April. She has worked in conjunction with the Nebraska Well Drillers Association, Nebraska’s NRDs, Nebraska Rural Water Association, Nebraska Section American Water Works Association, NDHHS, the Groundwater Foundation, NDEQ,
UNL and EPA Region 7 throughout those years. Becky holds a Bachelor of Science in Ag & Natural Resources.

 

Online Registration

Registration is Closed
Closed: 7/9/2019 9:47 AM

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