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CH2Mer Amy Gao will present her paper, "Lessons Learned From Ozone Contactor Tracer Testing at Little Falls Water Treatment Plant," co-authored by Russell Ford, CH2M Global Drinking Water Leader, at the American Water Works Association's Water Quality Technology Conference, in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Wednesday, November 18. Read today's Access Water for more information on this case study.
Complying with the Coal Combustion Residuals Rule and Preparing for the Effluent Limitation Guidelines
CH2Mer Tom Higgins is attending and presenting at the International Water Conference, being held in Orlando, Florida, this week. Join Tom for an insightful discussion on how to prepare for the effluent limitation guidelines and comply with the coal combustion residuals rule or check out today's Access Water blog to learn more.
The American Water Works Association is hosting its annual Water Quality Technology Conference, Nov. 15-19, in Salt Lake City. CH2Mer Rebecca Venot is presenting on Sitka, Alaska's Blue Lake Expansion Project. The project, now complete, is the city's largest public works project and includes not only an expanded dam, but a new intake, surge shaft and powerhouse. Connect with Rebecca at WQTC on Monday to learn more about this cool project or read her latest Access Water blog for more details.
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CH2M earns 2015 Stockholm Industry Water Award for leadership in potable water reuse. The award was established in 2000 to stimulate and celebrate outstanding and transformative water achievements by companies in improving production, managing risks, finding solutions and contributing to wise water management.
Access Water Recognized for Innovation in Environmental Communications
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