NEWEA Annual Conference

NEWEA Annual Conference

The New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) works to convene the brightest minds and the most innovative water quality solutions at its Annual Conference, which consistently attracts over 2000 engineers, consultants, scientists, operators and students every year. The event features a variety of technical sessions and over 200 exhibitor displays on state-of-the-art concepts in wastewater treatment and other water environment issues. Join our experts as they present on projects and approaches making a difference for communities across the region and country.

Monday, January 27

Hernan Peralta and Carly Quinn present Implementing Opti-Tool—Benefits, Complications, and Considerations for Putting this Technology into Action

Susan Guswa, Alan Fabiano, Bob Amaral, and Frank Cavaleri present You’ve Got the Data—Now What? How to Effectively Integrate and Visualize Data to Facilitate Effective Process Control Decisions

Robert Polys and Maxwell Kenney present First of its Kind Treated Effluent Discharge Saves City Over $5M

Tuesday, January 28

Rob Little, Lisa Campe, Susan Guswa, and Dan Bryant present Reading the Tea Leaves—the Future of PFAS Treatment in Wastewater

Paul Dombrowski presents Process Control Collaboration to Balance Nitrogen Removal with Treating CSO Flows

Tom Schwartz and Jay Sheehan present A Dose of Chaos—A Snapshot of the Current Biosolids Market and How PFAS Could Disrupt It

Gillian Wood presents Manchester’s SSI Compliance Project 

Wednesday, January 29

Jay Sheehan presents Rising Above the Storm—Greater New Haven’s Resilient Pump Stations

Joe Kirby and Colleen Kennedy present Identifying Flood Mitigation Solutions for a Small, Coastal Community Impacted by Sea Level Rise

David White presents Should You Dig It? Trenchless Technology Saves Time & Money in Quincy, MA

Scott Medeiros presents Leveraging Technology to Increase Efficiency and Welcome the Next Generation of Utility Employees

Conference

Jan. 26-29
Boston, MA
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