Do you know the notification requirements for your CSO? Well, lets make sure you do by checking out our handy-dandy infographic below!
Each year, operators, engineers, manufacturer representatives and more, come together at the Indiana Water Environment Association's (IWEA) Annual Conference to discuss the latest in the world of water, wastewater and stormwater. It provides an opportunity not only to learn, but also to share experiences with others in the water field. Since, it is impossible to catch all of the presentations, we have summarized some of the topics that Wessler’s engineers presented on for you.
Wessler is proud to announce Amy Harvell, CHMM, RPC, as this month's Employee Spotlight! Amy currently serves in our Environmental Services Group as both a project manager and the assistant group head, with more than 20 years of experience.
Below is an article written by Drew Thompson, P.E., a senior project manager at Wessler, that was published in The Digester ( Vol. 13, No. 2, Summer 2018) - the official publication of the Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA).
Wessler is proud to announce Jeff Ballard, P.E., as this month's Employee Spotlight! Jeff currently serves as a senior project manager in our Wastewater Group, with structural engineering being his primary area of expertise.
Did you miss our most recent webinar "Alternate Sewer Rehabilitation Methods: EXpanding the Toolbox?" If so, watch the recording now!
Wessler is proud to announce Allie Barcome as this month's Employee Spotlight! Allie currently serves as our Assistant Marketing Manager - supporting our technical staff by preparing proposals for projects, company branding and advertising, and, basically, everything marketing-related!
Allie joined the Wessler team in 2015 and has played a key role by making sure everything Wessler puts together is high-quality.
We asked Allie some questions about her favorite things to do outside of work, her comic superhero (and real life ones!), and how she was attacked by a squirrel!
In order to obtain most state and federal funding for your community's project, you will need to complete a Preliminary Engineering Report (PER). But what all is a PER useful for? And what are some common questions that community leaders might have? Find out below!
Hopefully many of you were able to attend the 11th Annual Indiana MS4 Meeting that was held Tuesday, May 15th, at the Marriott East Hotel. If you were not in attendance - or were and just want a summary of some things that went on - here are a few important takeaways:
Asset management - how do you get started?
Asset management plans give you a plethora of useful information about your system. This information is most useful for identifying areas of greatest need. It can also be utilized when developing a capital improvement plan (CIP) or for utility master planning. Wouldn't it be nice to know which items need preventative maintenance and when? Asset management plans and CIPs can save you time, money, and headaches from potential emergency repairs by fixing problems before they start.