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 constructed drainage can be cleaned with minimal water use and production downtime.
By attending the entire live webinar, attendees can receive 0.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE).
Scott M SteindlerCPD, GPD, LEED-AP BD+C, ARCSA-AP (IS), GGP,
Regional Manager for Watts Water Technologies
Scott has served as the Vice-President of Membership, Vice-President Technical, and is the current Region IV 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.
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Business Development Manager for BLÜCHER Drainage at Watts
Jimmy Hunt, our Business Development Manager for BLÜCHER Drainage at Watts. He works with Food Safety and Quality engineers to deliver hygienic drainage solutions specific to the needs and challenges of food processing, commercial kitchens and bacteria mitigation.