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  • Introduction to the Different Types of Graywater Systems

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/02/2009

    With the recent water-efficiency awareness comes a new and growing demand for graywater recycling systems. The problem is that graywater can refer to rainwater harvesting, black water, reuse water, reclaimed water, and recycled water, to name a few. The intent of this webinar is to introduce plumbing engineers to the descriptions to theses systems and what they need to know before designing such systems.

    With the recent water-efficiency awareness comes a new and growing demand for graywater recycling systems. The problem is that graywater can refer to rainwater harvesting, black water, reuse water, reclaimed water, and recycled water, to name a few. The intent of this webinar is to introduce plumbing engineers to the descriptions to theses systems and what they need to know before designing such systems.

  • Laboratory Drainage Plumbing Piping Design Basics

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 12/02/2014

    Original air date: December 2014 - Laboratory Drainage Plumbing Piping Design Basics

    This one-hour seminar will provide Plumbing Engineers and Designers, Code Officials, Plumbing Contractors and Building Facility and Maintenance personnel with an in-depth technical look at the applications typically seen in various types of laboratories and a fair comparison of the five different piping systems currently manufactured to ASTM standards that address chemical or special waste. This webinar is FREE for ASPE Members and was sponsored by Charlotte Pipe and Foundry. Original air date: December 2014.


    This one-hour seminar will provide Plumbing Engineers and Designers, Code Officials, Plumbing Contractors and Building Facility and Maintenance personnel with an in-depth technical look at the applications typically seen in various types of laboratories and a fair comparison of the five different piping systems currently manufactured to ASTM standards that address chemical or “special” waste. This webinar will provide participants with a greater understanding of the applications, the capabilities of the various materials available for use in the systems and the chance to ask questions of the presenter. Topics include:

    1. A review of the types of applications typically encountered
    2. The types of labs and design considerations for each including Chemistry, Biology, Microbiological and Industrial Chem-Process
    3. Codes and Standards
    4. Joining Methods
    5. Chemical Resistance and Capabilities of the various systems  

    The Presenter: Vic Hines, CPD, LEED AP

    Vic Hines joined Charlotte Pipe and Foundry in 2005 as a Senior Field Technical Representative, where he covers the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast and New England states primarily calling on consulting engineers, code officials and facility personnel. Vic provides technical information and training on cast iron soil pipe and fittings and a variety of plastic pressure and drainage piping systems. He also assists Charlotte Pipe’s Sale Department in providing technical training to Sales Reps, plumbing contractors and wholesale distributors.

    Vic has been involved in the pipe, valve, fitting and plumbing industry since 1975. He was the former President of Virginia Plastic Pipe & Valve Co., Inc. and was co-founder and first President of Delta Pure Filtration Corp. 

    Vic currently serves the plumbing industry in a variety of volunteer capacities. He sits on the Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute (CISPI) Technical Committee and serves on ASTM A04, F17, E05 and E60 committees. Vic has also been a member of the Richmond, VA Chapter of ASPE for more than 20 years.

    Vic earned a Certified in Plumbing Design designation from the American Society of Plumbing Engineers in 1996 and has been a USGBC LEED® Accredited Professional since 2008. He has a B.S. degree from Virginia Commonwealth University.

  • Leadership Development Series Presented by ASPE Young Professionals (AYP)

    Contains 3 Product(s)

    This is a three-part webinar series which includes interactive learning and seeks to create confidence in the use of conflict resolution tools. You can register for the entire package or individual webinars to suit your needs. This series is free for ASPE Members and it will benefit any engineer or designer in all career levels.

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    This three-part webinar series presented by ASPE Young Professionals (AYP) includes interactive learning, and seeks to create confidence in the use of conflict resolution tools. Each webinar will increase the participant's knowledge and confidence in how to resolve conflict and seek opportunities within the situation. This series is catered to the young professional but any engineer or designer at any stage in their career will find use in this series. You can register for the series or individual on-demand webinars. This series does not award any CEUs.

    If you wish to register for all three webinars, register for just this product (free for ASPE Members, $200 for nonmembers) and start the checkout process. After registration you'll gain access to all three webinars.




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    The webinars are presented by Christina Rowe, MSOL, of The Collaborative LLC. As a Leadership and Team development Consultant, and Gallup-Certified in Strength-based coach, Christina helps individuals, leaders, and whole teams achieve new levels of success and enjoyment in their roles. Holding a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership, focused on successful organizational development, change, and culture. She supplies teams, boards, and entire organizations with the tools to communicate, reduce conflict, and be highly productive, resulting in more engaged teams, who often even report higher quality of life as a result. 

    Christina has worked with board of directors in many fields, as well as leaders in their industries from medical specialties, technology, construction, to creative production. She has been a repeat speaker at conferences for medical professionals, as well as association management and nonprofit management professional. Christina offers solutions that amplify the strengths and assets that exist, just waiting to be utilized, and helping individuals feel valued for their contributions. Christina started The Collaborative LLC in 2014 with the mission to improve individuals’ lives through helping them feel more valued at work, and helping leaders empower their team members to succeed.

    Testimonials:

    "The Leadership Development Series (presented by AYP) was an incredibly useful learning opportunity for those folks who are preparing to step into leadership, or already are in leadership.  One thing that stuck with me was the examples that Christina went through on friction points and looking at friction points as opportunities has really been helpful as I am working through scheduling challenges for my team."  - Christoph Lohr, P.E., CPD, LEED AP BD+C, ASSE 6020, Phoenix Chapter, Society AYP Liaison to the Board of Directors.

  • LEED for Plumbing v3 to v4

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/11/2014

    The plumbing engineer and designer will gain knowledge to facilitate the design and construction of graywater systems, and will also develop an understanding of the potential applications for graywater reuse which dictate the required treatment technologies.

    The plumbing engineer and designer will gain knowledge to facilitate the design and construction of graywater systems, and will also develop an understanding of the potential applications for graywater reuse which dictate the required treatment technologies. 

  • LEED v4, v4.1, and Other Green Programs

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/26/2019

    LEED v4, v4.1, and Other Green Programs - TS323

    This presentation will go over some water-related credits of various LEED and other green programs and how to achieve them. It will look at differences and similarities between LEED, the WELL Building Standard, and the Green Globes. The presentation will cover new changes in LEED v4, what buildings LEED v4.1 targets, what water items are in the Green Globes, what water items are in the WELL Building Standard, why each program is used over another, and how to achieve the building certification.

     

    Sarah Balz has been with Affiliated Engineers Inc., a global engineering consulting firm, for almost 20 years since earning her bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering in 1996. Sarah has become responsible for the design of large-scale, technically complex building projects for federal government, higher education, and pharma/biotech clients. A member of AEI’s Water Stewardship team, Sarah researches and proposes new and unique solutions to energy and water conservation for her clients’ projects. She has contributed to a number of LEED projects. Sarah is an active member of ASPE, holding office leadership positions, including Chair of the Women of ASPE special-interest group and her past Chapter Presidency role, and contributing to the ASPE Plumbing Engineering Design Handbook.


    This session was recorded at the 2019 Tech Symposium in Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Legionella Plumbing Design Methodology to Reduce Risk Webinar

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/24/2019

    Legionella Plumbing Design Methodology to Reduce Risk Webinar

    Legionella Plumbing Design Methodology to Reduce Risk Webinar

  • Maintaining Domestic Hot Water Return Temperatures Above the Growth Range of Legionella White Paper

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Maintaining Domestic Hot Water Return Temperatures Above the Growth Range of Legionella White Paper

    Maintaining Domestic Hot Water Return Temperatures Above the Growth Range of Legionella 
    by John S. Lansing, CPD, LEED Green Associate | Interface Engineering

    John S. Lansing, CPD, LEED Green Associate, a Plumbing Designer with Interface Engineering in Portland, Oregon and a member of ASPE's Portland Chapter, presents methodologies for maintaining return temperatures above a selected minimum while optimizing the temperature differential across a system.

  • Making Intelligent Drainage Choices for Ultra-hygienic Applications

    Contains 5 Component(s)

    Making Intelligent Drainage Choices for Ultra-hygienic Applications - TS222

    This session will look at ways that hygienically designed drainage systems and an informed selection of drainage products (properly specified, installed, and maintained) can help mitigate the risk of contamination and corrosion. It will also address ways that well-designed and well-constructed drainage can be cleaned with minimal water use and production downtime. 

    Scott Steindler, Regional Manager for Watts Water Technologies, has served as the Vice President, Membership and Vice President, Technical and is currently the Region 4 Director for the National Board of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers. He has also served on the local Board of Directors for the Los Angeles, Charlotte, and New Orleans Chapters of ASPE in various roles. His background includes working in the plumbing industry as a wholesaler, contractor, designer, and manufacturers’ representative. Scott’s 20 years of experience give him a unique and comprehensive understanding of the industry as a whole.

    This session was recorded at the 2019 Tech Symposium in Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Medical Gas Systems of Today

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/28/2014

    Medical Gas Systems of Today

    Medical Gas Systems of Today

  • Medical Oxygen by Concentrator: Clarifying the New NFPA 99 2018

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/25/2019

    Medical Oxygen by Concentrator: Clarifying the New NFPA 99 2018 - TS111

    This session will review what an oxygen concentrator is and what it does in the healthcare facility, when using one may be relevant, and when it may be inappropriate. As a new allowance in NFPA 99, it also has specific and unique requirements. We will review these and discuss why the rule exists. Participants will emerge with a clear understanding of when this technology will be appropriate in their projects and what they need to do to specify one. 


    Mark Allen has been involved in medical gas industry since 1978. He started out of university working in the verification of medical gas systems. After seven years as a verifier, he transitioned to Ohmeda in 1985 and has performed various technical and marketing roles through Ohmeda’s transitions to Medaes and now BeaconMedaes. He is now VP of Education and Standards Development for Atlas Copco’s Medical Gas Solutions Division. He has been involved in virtually all aspects of medical gas work, including regulatory, testing and verification, product development, marketing, and education. He is an active member of the National Fire Protection Association Technical Committee on Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems and has been involved with that Committee since the 1987 edition. He is also an active member of the Canadian Standards Association Technical Committee on Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems and has served as Secretary of ISO/TC121/SC-6, working on ISO 7396-1 among others. He has acted as Chairman and General Secretary of various regulatory committees and is the author of numerous journal articles, design guides, and other technical aids for the engineering of medical gases.

    This session was recorded at the 2019 Tech Symposium in Pittsburgh, PA.