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Water & Waste Water Track

W&WW Track Sponsored By

Airdar & Golder Associates
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Track Developed By

Abhishek Bhargava
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Water & Waste Water Track Overview

*Please Note: Registration for the April 25 & 26, 2018 conference is now closed.* 

Professional development hours (PDH) certificates for 2018 conference attendees are available until May 31, 2018. Please request yours via this button. 

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Important Note: This track is only running on Day 1/April 25. 

Water and wastewater (W&WW) utilities across North America continue to explore new and innovative ways to further improve their performance in light of emerging challenges and opportunities.

Our 2018 W&WW Track is focused on the below challenges and opportunities. Learn what others are doing and how you can apply this to your own facility…

There is an emerging trend among wastewater utilities to achieve net zero energy status. WW is being increasingly recognised as a valued source of renewable resources and the facilities are viewed as Renewable Resource Recovery Facilities. Use of biogas produced at WW treatment plants to generate combine power and heat is one such viable option.

In recent years, public concerns over the release of odours from facilities such as pulp and paper, oil and gas, agricultural operation, compositing, wastewater treatment plants and collection system have significantly increased. The release of unpleasant odours can lead to nuisance and annoyance within the surrounding communities. More and more WW utilities are now paying increased attention to odour management and monitoring solutions and employing them as deemed fit.

It is estimated that more than $80 billion is needed to repair and replace Canada’s aging drinking water, storm water and wastewater infrastructure. The practice of asset management has gained significant importance in infrastructure management among utilities.

Increased automation at W&WW facilities has highlighted the need for resiliency in control interface system for a quick recovery from failures.

The same content will be offered for each track on Day 1 (April 25) and Day 2 (April 26). Please register for the day that you prefer. 

Our Unlimited Conference Pass gives you access to all sessions in all tracks, and is transferable! You can attend the conference one day and a second person can attend the conference the other day (think 2 for 1 deal). The cost of this pass is $249/ISA Member and $299/Non ISA Member. Please register for this pass via the track that you think you will attend the most sessions for.

Individual session passes are also available for $75/session. 

A certificate for professional development hours (PDH) will be available to all conference attendees. 

Important Note: This track is only running on Day 1/April 25. 

9:30 - 10:30

Session 1 - YYC Fish Creek WW TP Real Time Odour Surveillance

Airdar & Golder Associates
10:30 - 11:00

Break

Vist Expo Booths
11:00 - 12:00

Session 2 - W&WW Asset Management for Municipalities

Industrial Software Solutions (ISS)
12:00 - 1:30

Break

Lunch Buffet Open IN AEC Central On Expo Floor
1:30 - 2:30

Session 3 - “Technomic” Comparison of Biogas to Energy

Stantec Consulting Ltd.
2:30 - 3:00

Break

Visit Expo Booths
3:00 - 4:00

Session 4 - H2O Treatment & Distribution Control Systems Resiliency

Associated Engineering

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