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2017 Seminar: Wastewater Regulatory Trends and Emerging Issues
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The goals of the seminar are to: • Give an overall federal and state regulatory update as it pertains to the wastewater industry. • Discuss existing and emerging wastewater technologies, including high-rate treatment systems, short-cut nutrient removal, and biosolids energy recovery technologies. • Panel discussion of reclaimed water systems in North Carolina and how the drivers for such systems have changed over the years.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/1/2017
When: June 1, 2017
Where: NCSU McKimmons Center
101 Gorman St.
Raleigh, North Carolina  27606
United States
Contact: NC AWWA-WEA
(919) 784-9030


Online registration is available until: 5/22/2017
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  • WASTEWATER OPERATORS: This seminar is approved for 6.0 contact hours for continuing education by the WPCSOCC. Course ID: CE01041701
  • PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS: This seminar is approved for 6.0 PDH’s.
  • MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGIST: This seminar is approved for 6.0 contact hours for continuing education

 

Wastewater Regulatory Trends and Emerging Issues Draft Agenda

June 1st – McKimmon Center

Topic

Speaker

8:30-9:00

The New Federal Landscape:Environmental Regulatory, Legislative and Litigation Outlook

Paul Calamita, AquaLaw

9:00-9:30

State-Wide Overview of Regulatory Direction

Jeff Poupart, NCDEQ

9:30-10:00

Divided State Government in North Carolina: Legislative Developments and Outlook

Paul Calamita, AquaLaw

10:00 – 10:15

Break

10:15-10:45

Infrastructure Funding Update

Kim Colson, NCDEQ

10:45-11:15

EPA Coliphage Criteria:Moving WRRFs Beyond Bacteria

Thomas Worley-Morse, Hazen and Sawyer

11:15-11:55

21st Century Treatment Technologies: MBR, IFAS, MBBR, MABRs, AGS and Beyond?

Andy Shaw, Black and Veatch

11:55–12:55

Lunch

12:55-1:30

Nutrient Removal Challenges and Trends in Treatment Process and Permit Compliance Strategies

J.B. Neethling, HDR

1:30-2:00

Trends and Strategies for Technologies to Improve Opportunities Beneficial Reuse of Biosolids

Terry Goss, AECOM

2:00 – 2:15

Break

2:15-2:45

From Energy Sink to Source - Trends in Biogas Utilization

John Willis, Brown and Caldwell

2:45-4:00

Panel Discussion: Considerations for Expanding North Carolina’s Reclaimed Water Systems & Indirect Potable Reuse

Representatives of municipalities, end-users, and universities

4:00

End

 

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