Water and wastewater professionals from across Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming are set to participate in the annual Rocky Mountain Virtual Water Summit this week. Included in the program are three from Garver Water presenting among 100 technical sessions that will be presented virtually.
Beginning Sept. 14, Garver Water Infrastructure Practice Leader Jeff Maier, PE; Wastewater Practice Leader Sean Scuras, Ph.D., PE, BCEE; and Water Practice Leader Zaid Chowdhury, Ph.D., PE, BCEE will be discussing critical industry topics such as pipeline condition assessments, nutrient removal, and PFAS treatment.
See the full schedule of presentations below, and register here: https://bit.ly/3tyj8bD
Water Infrastructure Practice Leader Jeff Maier, PE | Advanced Pipeline Condition Assessment Technologies for Wastewater Systems
In this session, Jeff will discuss effective pipeline inspection strategies that play a vital role in a municipality’s asset management program, and the availability of advanced multi-sensor pipeline inspections systems that include laser profiling, 3D-LIDAR, SONAR, and pipe penetrating radar.
Wastewater Practice Leader Sean Scuras, Ph.D., PE, BCEE | Small Footprint Energy Efficient Nutrient Removal
In this session, Sean will discuss the design and commission of the first U.S. aerobic granular sludge wastewater treatment plant, which provides faster settleability thereby allowing an increase in mixed liquor concentration to >8000 mg/L for more treatment in the same footprint.
Water Practice Leader Zaid Chowdhury, Ph.D., PE, BCEE | Planning for PFAS Treatment
In this session, Zaid will discuss PFAS regulatory development along with a description of how treatment systems can identify and select a technology to remove PFAS from source waters.
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