Garver Water regularly hosts educational webcasts on a variety of topics critical to the water and wastewater industry.
Click on the topic below to see Garver’s leading experts detail the latest technological advancements in water and wastewater treatment.
Advancements toward artificial intelligence inspection platforms, reliable machine learning capabilities and emerging trends in pipeline inspection technology development will be discussed and highlighted throughout the presentation
This presentation will summarize the recent known updates from EPA with respect to regulatory activities as well as technology research.
This presentation describes the major approaches to process intensification, how they work, and pros and cons of each.
This presentation will discuss considerations for implementing chloramination and best practices for operating chloraminated systems.
This presentation will detail Garver’s work across both water and wastewater systems focusing on how Garver has helped deploy GIS systems.
This presentation will discuss the stress on water supplies created by population growth and over-allocation of existing supplies.
his presentation contrasts those changes and improvements in technology, approach, skills, and expectations.
In this presentation, Garver will provide an introduction to IPR concepts and the critical decisions that a utility can face when developing its IPR program.
In this presentation, Garver will provide a look at rehabilitation and inspection techniques used to address issues commonly encountered in manholes.
Water loss in distribution systems can lead to wasted energy and accelerate the need for capital projects to increase water supply, which has been gaining the attention of utilities, regulators, and funding agencies.
With cost for materials such as lumber, steel, and concrete increasing and the availability decreasing, some construction projects are being delayed. During this webinar, Garver and Archer Western (Walsh Group) will discuss how to mitigate the impacts of the market’s volatility and keep projects moving forward.