The True Cost of Pressure Sewer Ownership

This event was recorded on October 12, 2017 and is now available for on demand viewing.

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Event Description:

This must-see webcast will cover why you can't afford to ignore low pressure sewer, as an economically sensible solution for replacing failing septic tanks or traditional gravity systems.  Although the upfront and installed cost benefits of grinder pump driven pressure sewers are fairly well known, the relatively low-cost of maintenance and ownership can be surprising.

Our two distinguished presenters, Henry Albro, a licensed wastewater professional (Grade 7 Certified Wastewater Operator) and Chuck Mayhew, P.E., will demystify this proven technology that has been serving communities world-wide for nearly 50 years.

Included in this fast-paced hour will be real-life case studies; lessons learned; and the importance of fiscally future-proofing the system for the operators’ peace of mind, as well as maximum homeowner satisfaction.

Presented by:

Henry Albro
Senior Application Engineer
F.R. Mahony & Associates

Henry Albro is a Senior Sales and Application Engineer for F.R. Mahony & Associates, Inc., Rockland, MA. He is also the inventor and founder of Bal-Last Interlocking Ballast Systems, Inc.
He has an Associate Degree in Civil Engineering from Vermont Technical College, holds a Grade 7C MA Wastewater Operator license and NEWEA Grade 4 Collection System license.
He has over 40 years of experience in municipal operation and construction of wastewater facilities. The last 17 years have been deeply focused on design, sales, construction, training and service of pressure sewer systems. In that capacity he has collaborated on recent updates to NEIWPCC TR-16 Guide standards as well as assisting New Hampshire DES with rule changes for pressure sewer systems.
Henry is a past President and member of MWPCA. He is a past NEWEA State Director, member of the 5S Society, NHWPCA, Green Mountain WEA and NEWEA Membership Committee.

Chuck  Mayhew
Western Regional Sales Manager

Chuck has more than 20 years of public and private experience in project management, engineering and supervision. As a professional engineer, he has had the opportunity to manage small projects and multi-million dollar projects from design through construction. His specialty is low pressure sewers.

Chuck has designed, constructed and operated sewer systems throughout the western US. He has worked as a design engineer, an estimator for a general contractor, a construction manager and client manager. He has prepared and presented technical papers on low pressure sewer systems, including the analysis of alternative systems (gravity, vacuum, STEP and low pressure) .

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