Real World Sustainable Wastewater Practices
This workshop will address cutting edge wastewater treatment technologies - a critical topic in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. This topic is important to the local governments and utilities that operate wastewater plants in the Bay region, as well as to the state and federal agencies that regulate those plants. These plants will have to operate under strict nutrient load caps defined in the Bay Program's TMDL - now and into the future, even as the growth in the Bay watershed continues. It will be important to build these facilities with less infrastructure, operate them using less energy and fewer chemicals, all the while ensuring reliable operations and minimizing nitrogen GHG emissions.
This workshop is aimed at identifying those cutting edge technologies (focused on nitrogen) that appear to be viable options, and to begin a dialogue between practitioners, designers, and regulators on how these practices can be successfully implemented in the Bay watershed.
Location and Lodging
May 16, 2012
6631 Broad Street
Registration is currently closed. If you have any questions, please contact STAC Staff
Charles Bott, Workshop Lead
Charles Bott, STAC Representative
Matt Ellis, STAC Staff
Wastewater Treatment Workgroup, STAC
STAC, Washington Municipal Council of Governments, Hampton Roads Sanitation District
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