Garver to present at AWW&WEA Conference
The Arkansas Water Works & Water Environment Association is the state’s oldest and largest organization dedicated to the advancement of water infrastructure and technology, and its annual conference is a chance to share ideas, strategies, and visions for the future of the water industry in the state.
Garver, which has been providing water and wastewater infrastructure solutions for six decades, will be well represented at the conference that begins April 29 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, with several of its water engineers leading technical presentations addressing various topics.
“Garver is fully invested in the improvement of water works systems in Arkansas and so we always enjoy partnering with an organization such as AWW&WEA that has the same goals,” said Garver Project Manager Jerry Martin.
Martin will lead two sessions, presenting first on how to plan for biosolids management and disposal in regions with a nutrient surplus, and on safety evaluations for pollution control facilities during upgrades and rehabilitation projects.
Project Manager Wes Cardwell will present on operations audits and how to take a proactive approach in reactive environments and also on how to make efficient use of chemical phosphorus removal to achieve low level phosphorous removal, while Project Engineer Danny Bauer will present on how to leverage smart meter data and georeferenced customer locations for water modeling.
The 2018 AWW&WEA Conference will be held April 29-May 2 at the Hot Springs Convention Center.
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