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Chesterton Launches Water & Wastewater Industry Webinar Series

A.W. Chesterton
Webinar Series

Chesterton Launches Water & Wastewater Industry Webinar Series

Addressing Industry Challenges with Best Practices for Energy/Water Savings, Increased Efficiency, and Asset Protection

US water and sewer utilities are facing daunting challenges — ranging from aging infrastructures, to increased pressure to save water and energy, to mass retirement of experienced employees. In a 2016 report, the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Infrastructure Report Card gave a “D” rating to both the US Water and Wastewater industries, and the White House has proposed millions to fund a water innovation strategy designed in part to achieve a 33 percent reduction water usage nationwide.

A.W. Chesterton Company, a leader in fluid sealing solutions and equipment/infrastructure protection, is helping water and wastewater plant teams to address challenges and stretch funding dollars with a 5-part interactive webinar series. The sessions offer ways for facilities to run pump systems more sustainably, improve operational efficiency, and extend the life of aging equipment. Attendees will learn the cause of common failures, how to spot potential problems in advance, as well as a variety of possible solutions.


June 3, 2016 – Maintenance and Cost Reduction in a Wastewater Facility Presenter: Paul Keough, Marketing Development Manager for the Water & Wastewater Industries

July 1, 2016 – Improving Efficiency While Managing Infrastructure Assets Presenter: Ben Stevens, Global Sales Strategic Account Manager, specializing in rotating equipment

August 5, 2016 – Effective Environmental Controls for Sealing in Water and Wastewater — Not just Water Down the Drain Presenter: Paul Keough, Marketing Development Manager for the Water & Wastewater Industries

September 2, 2016 – The Challenges of Wastewater Structural Degradation and Mitigation Strategies Presenter: Steve Bowditch, Global Market Development Manager for ARC Efficiency and Protective Coatings

October 7, 2016 – Sealing in the Wastewater Industry Presenter: Ralph Merullo, Business Development Manager for Engineered Solutions

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A.W. Chesterton Company operates in over 100 countries around the world and is recognized as a leading international provider of knowledge backed solutions, customized programs, and hands on expert service for Rotary, Stationary, and Fluid Power equipment platforms; supported by a comprehensive line of industrial fluid sealing systems, high performance protective coatings, and specialty industrial lubrication.

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