CDM Smith at NEWEA 2019
Monday, January 28
9:00 AM What is in Your Data? Performing Data Analytics to Quantify Seven Years of Sewer Rehabilitation Projects for a Metro Boston Municipality. With Ayman Halaseh. Hot Topic: Asset Management
9:30 AM Condensing the Water Budget to Guide Planning Efforts for Connecticut's Water Management. With Rebecca Guihan, Katie Swanson and Elaine Sistare of the Town of Putnam, CT. Hot Topic: Watershed Management
9:30 AM Integrated Planning: Balancing What You are Required to Do with What You Must Do. With Joseph Laliberte and Susan Negrelli of The Metropolitan District Commission. Hot Topic: Integrated Planning
10:00 AM Regress Me or Not Here AI Comes. With Constantine Karos, Joshua Registe, Maryanne Taylor and Ken Zegel of the Suffolk County Department of Health Services. Hot Topic: Watershed Management
2:30 PM Private Work, Public Benefit-- How Installing Sump Pumps Relieved Neighborhood Sewer Backups. With Kate Biedron, Chris Coyle and Jason Waterbury of The Metropolitan District Commission. Hot Topic: Conveyance
Tuesday, January 29
9:30 AM Operations of a Thermal Hydrolysis and Digestion System. With Peter Loomis. Hot Topic: Biogas/Bioenergy
11:00 AM Advanced Digestion and Biogas Handling; Planning, Design and Construction. With Eric Spargimino. Hot Topic: Biosolids/Biogas/Bioenergy
3:00 PM Acing the Aquifer: Field Methods to Help Keep the Budget Under Par. With Katie Swanson, Karilyn Heisen, and Robert Schreiber. Hot Topic: Water Reuse
Wednesday, January 30
8:30 AM Applying GIS & Business Intelligence Technology and Leveraging Big Data to Support More Effective Utility Management. With Jayson Brennen and Harry Finklea of West Virginia University. Hot Topic: Asset Management
9:00 AM Critical Success Factors to Locating Acceptable Effluent Recharge Sites. With Karilyn Heisen, Michaela Bogosh and Jeff Colby of the Town of Yarmouth, MA. Hot Topic: Resiliency
1:00 PM GLSD's Co-Digestion of Food Waste and its Path to Net-Zero Energy Use. With Ben Mosher and Richard Weare of the Greater Lawrence Sanitary District. Hot Topic: Biogas/Bioenergy
1:30 PM Next Generation Resource Recovery: Co-Digestion to Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Pipeline Injection at the Des Moines WRF. With Dustin Craig and Laurel Schaich. Hot Topic: Biogas/Bioenergy
I'm driven to help reduce the impact humans have on the planet for the sake of all future generations.
Biogas is a leading contributor to America's energy security and a strong renewable fuel source with extremely low greenhouse gas emissions.
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