iSTREEM® is a web-based computer model which will predict the concentration of a chemical used in “down-the-drain” products at the discharge of more than 10,000 wastewater treatment plants, at the intake of 1,700 downstream municipal drinking water treatment facilities, and in approximately 30,000 river reaches covering over 200,000 river miles across the continental United States. iSTREEM® is a valuable new tool to promote product stewardship and regulatory compliance for chemical suppliers and manufacturers of formulated products of all sizes.
To logon and use iSTREEM®, go to: http://gis2.uc.edu/iSTREEM
To view the slides from the January 13, 2011 webinar, go to: iSTREEM® January 2011 webinar slides
To view the January 13, 2011 webinar, go to: iSTREEM® January 2011 webinar (this is a large file -- 100 MB)
To view the login/simulation run animation from the January 13, 2011 webinar, go to: iSTREEM® January 2011 webinar login/simulation run animation (right click the link, and click "Save Link As..." to download the mp4 file)
To view the simulation results load/download simulation from the January 13, 2011 webinar, go to: iSTREEM® January 2011 webinar simulation run load/download (right click the link, and click "Save Link As..." to download the mp4 file)
To view the slides from the November 13, 2011 iSTREEM® short course at the SETAC North America meeting, go to: iSTREEM® SETAC NA.
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