2018 Surface Water Workshop

2018 SWTW PRESENTATIONS

(alphabetical order)

Biological Filtration for Surface Water Treatment - by Grant Meyer, AE2S

Capturing Lost Phosphorus by Enhanced Bioretention Cells - by Nicholas Lindstrom, UND

Ceramic Membrane Case Study - by Rusty Schmidt, RSVD and Dustin Dale, AE2S

Concentrate Discharges and Impacts to Rivers - by Deon Stockert, AE2S

Distribution System Water Quality and Stability - by Anna Schliep, George Kraynick, Lih-In Rezania

Eliminating 80 Hours of Annual Intake Maintenance - by Kevin Young and Brad Weiss, SEH

Evaluating Treatment Techniques for Algal Toxins - by Nick Burns, Black & Veatch

Evaluating Water Quality from Source to Tap - Distribution System - by Philip Brandhuber, HDR

Examining Algal Community to Understand Eutrophication of Red River - by Julie Blackburn, RESPEC

GIS and Asset Management - From the Ground Up - by Brian Simmons and Jim Mertz

Harmful Algal Blooms - by Dr. Matthew Julius, St. Cloud State University

Lime Softening without a Polymer - by Tyson Decker, Bartlett & West

Mid-Dakota RWS Backwash Rec Impr - by Joseph Honner, Bartlett & West and Chris Lipski, SUEZ

Membrane Clean In Place Optimization - by Matt Erickson, AE2S

National Perspective on Upcoming Regulations (YouTube Video Link) - by Tracy Mehan, AWWA

NDMA Precursor Study - by Dr. Ray Hozalski, UofM and City of Minneapolis

Proactive Situational Communication - by Maria Effertz Hanson, AE2S

Rebuilding Filters and Converting to GAC - by George Kraynick, Minneapolis Water

Regulations Panel Slides - by Adam Zach, AE2S

Removal of Emerging PFOS_PFA Alternatives - by Ryan Hanson, UND

Something You May Not Know About Ozone_AOP - by Qigang Chang, AE2S

State Water Trends - MN - by Anna Henderson and Katie Pratt, MN Governor Mark Dayton Office

State Water Trends - ND - by Garland Erbele, NDSWC

State Water Trends - SD - by Jay Gilbertson, East Dakota Water Dev Dist

Welcome and Introduction - by Grant Meyer, AE2S

Membership

AWWA linkAWWA.ORG

AWWA gives you the information and resources you need to deliver safe water to the world. Since its inception in 1881, AWWA has provided the information and leadership needed to advance policies that protect the public’s health.

Becoming a member of AWWA is easy and has many benefits. As a member, you will enjoy access to technical resources, networking opportunities, advocacy efforts, career development resources and more!

Special Offer:

special offer

Certificate Program

Bismarck State College Water and Wastewater Technology Program Certificate www.bismarckstate.edu

Follow AWWA