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2018 Seminar: Wastewater Regulatory Trends and Emerging Technologies Seminar
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8/21/2018
When: Tuesday, August 21, 2018
8-5
Where: Central Piedmont Community College - Merancas Campus
11930 Verhoeff Dr
Belk Center for Justice (CJ) – Room 131
Huntersville, North Carolina  28078
United States
Contact: Jennifer Port Picarella
919-784-8030, ext. 1000


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Continuing Education

  • Wastewater Operators: This course is approved by the NC WPCSOCC for 6.0 contact hours. Course ID: CE01041701 
  • Professional Engineers: This seminar is approved for 6.0 PDH’s.
  • Maintenance Technologists: This seminar is approved for 6.0 contact hours for continuing education

 

Registration

  • Download printable registration form here
  • Deadlines: Pre-registration ends and the Late Registration fee applies after 7/23/18. Final deadline to register is 8/10/18, If you plan to register onsite, call the day before the seminar to determine availability.
  • Price: Early registration $105 (member), $140 (employee of utility member), $165 (non-member). Late registration $150 (member), $185 (employee of utility member), $210 (non-member

 

Tentative Agenda

 

Certificates of attendance will be given to attendees who successfully complete the seminar. Each participant must pick up their own certificate at the conclusion of the event. NO certificates will be given out early, mailed or given to another individual.

 

To download final presentations, go to http://www.ncsafewater.org/group/SeminarsCmte.

Select “Group Pages” and choose the Seminar/Workshop of your choice.

 

Time Slot

Topic

Speaker

8:00-8:30

Registration

8:30-9:00

Basinwide Planning and Coordination Across Municipal and State Boundaries (NC/SC)

Barry Gullet, PE - Catawba-Wateree Water Management Group

9:00-9:30

Infrastructure Funding Update

Seth Robertson, PE - NCDEQ

9:30-10:00

Emerging and Unregulated Contaminants

Julie Grzyb - NCDEQ

10:00-10:30

Emerging Contaminants in the Environment: Sources, Fate, and Treatment

Dr. Olya Keen, PHD- University of North Carolina-Charlotte

10:30-10:45

Break

10:45-11:15

Communicating Emerging Contaminants to our Customers

Mike McGill - Water PIO

11:15-11:45

New Technologies in Liquid Treatment: Doing More with Less

Joe Rohrbacher, PE - Hazen

11:45-12:45

Lunch

12:45-1:15

Ammonia Based Aeration Control

Ken Brischke, PE - AECOM

1:15-1:45

Trends in Biosolid Management

Dr. K. Richard Tsang, PHD, PE, BCEE - CDM Smith

1:45-2:15

With Nutrient Removal, Resource Recovery, and Energy Neutrality, Biosolids Move to the Center of the Plant

Mario Benisch - HDR

2:15-2:45

Use of Collaborative Delivery in Innovative Wastewater Treatment Projects

Kent Lackey, PE - Black & Veatch

2:45-3:00

Break

3:00-4:00

Panel Discussion: Collaborative Delivery for Wastewater

Edward Goscicki, PE - Union County PublicWorks

Dr. Linda Hanifin Bonner, PHD, CAE - Water Design Build Council

Kent Lackey, PE - Black & Veatch

Linell Stanhope - Crowder Construction Company

4:00

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