The wastewater industry has entered an exciting time, as new technologies are making it economically feasible to exploit resources, such as sewage sludge, which has traditionally been considered a problematic waste. Today, with the advancements being made, sewage sludge is seen as a resource which can be recovered and used for its high energy and nutrient content. CH2M's Global Wastewater Service Team Deputy Leader Todd Williams explores a specific example of technology changing the way resources are recovered to help with managing biosolids - thermal hydrolysis technology.
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is hosting its annual Odors and Air Pollutants Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this week. Connect with CH2Mer John Siczka at the conference today, or read his latest Access Water blog, to learn more about how one Wisconsin utility is addressing paper mill collection system and biosolids odors through several innovative projects.
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Next week, from September 26-30, CH2M will be headed to Chicago, along with more than 22,000 water professionals, to participate in all that WEFTEC, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, has to offer. The conference, being held at McCormick Place, is the largest of its kind in North America. From technical presentations and workshops to networking with other industry professionals, we are looking forward to participating in WEFTEC 2015. CH2M's Global Leader for Wastewater Julian Sandino highlights the major activities CH2Mer's will be involved in during this year's conference.
This week, the Water Environment Federation and the International Water Association are jointly hosting the 2015 annual Residuals and Biosolids Conference in Washington, D.C. The event gathers attendees from around the world to learn about the latest advancements in residuals and biosolids technologies and management. CH2M's Heidi Bauer is presenting her paper, "A Battle to Be the Best: A Comparison of Two Powerful Sidestream Treatment Technologies: Post Aerobic Digestion and Anammox," co-authored by several of her colleagues, on Tuesday, June 9. Get a sneak peek in Heidi's Access Water blog.
From coast-to-coast, there are several big events taking place in the U.S. water industry this week, including the American Water Works Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition in California, as well as the Water Environment Federation/International Water Association's Residuals and Biosolids Conference, which is taking place in Washington, D.C., from June 7-10. CH2M is looking forward to participating in both events. CH2M Residuals Resource Recovery Global Technology Leader David Oerke shares an update on where CH2M residuals and biosolids experts will be presenting throughout this year's conference. There is a lot of exciting development taking place in the industry. Read David's blog for more information.