Join us for the final installment of our wastewater monitoring capacity building webinar series How to Sustain Wastewater Monitoring Capacity. This webinar will share information on identifying the financial and human resource solutions that sustain a wastewater monitoring or surveillance program. Experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Water Environment Federation, and the Association of Public Health Laboratories, will highlight valuable technical assistance programs and opportunities to strengthen city wastewater monitoring efforts and explore the power of cross-sector and governmental collaborations, innovative approaches to establishing resources in city budgets, and coordinating activities with other jurisdictions particularly around data sharing and decision making.  

 By the end of this webinar, attendees will: 

  • Gain practical guidance on initiating and maintaining productive collaborations with diverse stakeholders to sustain wastewater monitoring programs. 
  • Discover available resources and technical assistance opportunities that can bolster wastewater monitoring capacity. 
  • Explore technical assistance programs offering expertise, training, and resources to strengthen and sustain wastewater monitoring efforts. 


  • John Person, Lead Epidemiologist, CDC National Wastewater Surveillance System State Support
  • Anna Mehrotra, Director, Wastewater Surveillance Program, Water Environment Federation
  • Erin Morin, Specialist, Environment Health, Association of Public Health Laboratories