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 28

  • Disaster Recovery: Response to a Major Fire at a Water Resource Recovery Facility - Tom Hazlett
  • The Power of Partnering: Present and Future Generations of Engineers and Operators Collaborate on Hand-On State Point Clarifier Analysis Training - Sue Guswa
  • Pairing Wastewater & Roadway Risk-Based Assessments to Prioritize South Portland, ME’s Infrastructure Investments - Rachel Osborn & Peter Lyons
  • Infusing Youth in the Water and Wastewater Field - Landon Kendricks

Tuesday, January 29

  • Evolution of a CMOM Program in Waterbury, CT - Julie Silva
  • Don’t Stop Me Now: Implementing MBR Upgrades Without Interrupting Operations - Joshua Jondro & Brent Sutter
  • Retrofitting a Pump Station for Improved Performance, O&M, Aesthetics and Odor Control - Erik Osborn & Sean Tarbox
  • Regulations Playing Catchup on Sustainable Industrial Water Reuse - Edward Sharood
  • Coast to Coast: Creative Water Reuse Options in the USA - Rob Little

Wednesday, January 30

  • Regulatory, Technical and Communication Challenges for Licensed Environmental Remediation Professionals - Ted Toskos
  • Achieving Revenue Enhancement and Sustainability Gains through Utility Efficiency - Jay Sheehan
  • Not on My Watch—Using CIPP to Ensure Disaster Doesn’t Strike - Justin deMello


1/27/19 - 1/30/19
Boston, MA