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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

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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






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

Paul Calamita, AquaLaw


State-Wide Overview of Regulatory Direction

Jeff Poupart, NCDEQ



Divided State Government in North Carolina: Legislative Developments and Outlook


Paul Calamita, AquaLaw

10:00 – 10:15





Infrastructure Funding Update


Kim Colson, NCDEQ


EPA Coliphage Criteria: Moving WRRFs Beyond Bacteria

Thomas Worley-Morse, Hazen and Sawyer


21st Century Treatment Technologies: MBR,

IFAS, MBBR, MABRs, AGS and Beyond?

Andy Shaw, Black and Veatch





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


J.B. Neethling, HDR



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


Terry Goss, AECOM

2:00 – 2:15



From Energy Sink to Source - Trends in Biogas Utilization

John Willis, Brown and Caldwell









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

· Dr. Detlef Knappe, NC State University

· Dr. Mark D. Sobsey, UNC

· Heather Payne, OWASA Board of Directors / Environmental Attorney at UNC School of Law

· Marla Dalton, City of Raleigh

· Doug Mullen, UNC

· Moderated by Stephanie Ishii, Hazen and Sawyer




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