Wastewater Corrosion: A Primer on Current Best Practices, Specifications, and Future State

Wastewater Corrosion: A Primer on Current Best Practices, Specifications, and Future State

Wastewater Infrastructure is commonly considered severe environments for corrosion related activity. It is critical to protect this infrastructure in order to prevent any down time outside of routine maintenance. This event provides owners and specifiers with the most up to date information on how to identify, protect, and inspect these critical assets. Our industry speakers will present case studies that will further support the technical information they provide.

This event focuses on corrosion detection and mitigation in the wastewater industry. The speakers will share problem-solving strategies on identifying corrosion, coating selection, coating application, inspection, and real-life case studies in wastewater environments.


Registration Type Price
Advance (ends Monday, April 3, 2023) $200 USD Register
Regular $250 USD Begins Monday, April 3, 2023


  • Identify corrosion in wastewater environments.
  • Identify the common surface preparation, application and inspection methods in wastewater environments.
  • Identify the material technologies currently being used in wastewater environments.
  • Recognize the standards commonly specified in wastewater environments in terms of coatings and corrosion.
  • Memorize corrosion and coatings related case studies supplied by our instructors for wastewater environments.

Featured lecturers

Kat Coronado

Kat Coronado, Akzonobel

Paul Acosta

Paul Acosta, Tucson Water

Jeremy Sukola

Jeremy Sukola, Carboline

Murray Heywood

Murray Heywood, CPI

April 25-26, 2023
9 a.m. - 12 p.m. CST
(3 hours each day)

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6 Professional Development Hours (PDH)
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Who should attend
  • Asset Owners
  • Large Contractors
  • Project managers for industrial facilities
  • DOD Engineers/Maintainers
  • Specifying Engineers
  • Inspectors

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