Embracing Disruptive Technologies in Wastewater Treatment

CH2M's Global Wastewater Service Team Leader Julian Sandino has been invited to present a paper and lead a panel at CIWEM’s SludgeTech 2016 conference, being held just outside of London next week. Julian will share his insight on how the industry can embrace disruptive technologies to manage risk in wastewater planning, as well as innovative ways we can work together to move the industry forward. Learn more about these technologies in his latest Access Water blog.

Investing to make water and wastewater utilities more resilient

Two CH2Mers were featured in the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) recent video, “Don’t Get Soaked: Invest in Emergency Preparedness, Prevention and Mitigation Activities,” which highlights the benefits of investing in preparedness, response and recovery activities at utilities.

San Francisco’s Southeast Plant Odor Characterization Study Identifies Odor Culprits

Last week at the Water Environment Federation's Odor and Air Pollutants Conference, CH2M's Scott Cowden presented a case study on San Francisco's largest and oldest wastewater facility, the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant (SEP), which treats nearly 80 percent of the City and County of San Francisco's wastewater. As part of the city's Sewer System Improvement Program, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission worked with CH2M on a comprehensive SEP Odor Characterization Study to evaluate odor emissions. Read today's Access Water blog to learn more about this study and how its findings and recommendations are helping the city achieve its odor goals.

New Water’s Approach to Addressing Paper Mill Collection System and Biosolids Odors

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.

Innovative Odor Mapping and Management Method Sets the Stage for Targeted Foul Air Treatment

CH2M is working with Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD) and the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Department of Environmental Health Sciences on developing the latest methodologies to assess, define and plan for control of plant odors using targeted analytical and treatment techniques. Read today's Access Water blog or join us at the Water Environment Federation's Odors and Air Pollutants Conference to learn more about OCSD's innovative odor mapping and management method for treating foul air and odors.