Srinivas Jalla, along with other CH2Mers, will be attending and presenting on best practices in asset management and more, at the 2016 Utility Management Conference, being held in San Diego, California, February 24-27. Over the last eight years, Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, has worked to improve maintenance and reliability and is leading the way for other utilities. Check out today's Access Water blog to learn more about Gwinnett County's MORE (Maintenance, Operations, and Reliability Excellence) program.
Integrating Coal Combustion Rule and Effluent Limitation Guidelines – The Dollars are in the Details
Utility Solid Waste Activities Group, an association primarily dedicated to assisting members in the management of wastes and beneficial use of materials associated with the generation, transmission and sale of electricity and natural gas, is hosting a special workshop on Coal Combustion Residuals, February 17-18. The workshop is open to all USWAG members, affiliates and non-members and will provide a valuable forum for discussion on CCR management issues. CH2M's Dennis Fink and Martin Reif are attending and presenting on the "Implications of Final CCR Rule and Effluent Limitation Guidelines on CCR Management," at the workshop.
CH2M Senior Technologist and Regional Technology Leader Ufuk Erdal will answer the question, “Is ozone pretreatment the best approach for improving microfiltration/ultrafiltration productivity?” at the American Water Works Association and American Membrane Technology Association's Membrane Technology Conference and Exposition.
Operating advanced water treatment plants for potable reuse differs from operating traditional water and wastewater treatment plants. Larry Schimmoller will present recommendations for influencing design and operating advanced treatment processes at the American Water Works Association’s International Symposium on Potable Reuse.
At CH2M, we love tackling the world’s most complex problems and seeing the opportunity within, which is why we are excited to be working with Mexico’s National Water Commission (CONAGUA) on implementing Atotonilco, a new wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), which will help sustainably manage Mexico City’s wastewater and stormwater challenges. Serving as Program Manager and owner’s engineer, CH2M has played a critical role in overseeing and implementing start-up activities at the Atotonilco Wastewater Treatment Plant. Dave Parry, CH2M Senior Fellow Technologist and Vice President, has been working as part of the commissioning team in Mexico City, on behalf of our client, to help start-up Atotonilco. In today's Access Water blog, Dave shares some of the key features included in the Atotonilco WWTP.