Decentralized Wastewater Treatment
Decentralized wastewater systems have been demonstrated to be cost effective, reliable and long-term wastewater solutions to meet public health and water quality goals. These wastewater systems also offer opportunity for water reuse, can be applied to residential or commercial applications and provide an option for infrastructure approach to cities and counties which allows for flexibility in managing growth and development.
- Taking The Mystery Out of Wastewater Economics, (PDF) (24 pp, 1.8MB, about PDF)
- Decentralized/Cluster Wastewater Treatment, a "Green" Development Tool (PDF) (43 pp, 4MB, about PDF)
- Wastewater to Wetlands, PDF (19 pp, 604K, about PDF)
3rd Annual Decentralized Wastewater Workshop
Tentatively November 19-20, 2008
The Third Annual Coastal Mississippi Decentralized Wastewater Workshop (Workshop) is tentatively planned for November 19-20, 2008 in Biloxi, Mississippi. Please “save the date” in your calendar and return to our website for further information.
As in the two previous workshops, the Third Annual Workshop will continue to build upon the foundation of educating and partnering with experts and local developers to make a difference in the current and proposed infrastructure rebuilding activities; also, to continue the promotion, awareness and education of alternate wastewater treatment options.
A Field Trip is proposed for the first day of the event: Tuesday, November 19, 2008.
- Phil Bass, EPA GMP
- Lael Butler, EPA GMP
- John Bowie, EPA GMP