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The Future of IWA Looks Bright

Dr. Glen Daigger, CH2M HILL Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, has served as the International Water Association (IWS) President since 2010. IWA seeks to engage and bring people together from across the water profession to deliver equitable and sustainable water solutions for our world. In his latest Access Water blog, Glen shares why IWA is positioned for success in the new year and beyond.

Science and Technology Added to 7th World Water Forum

Dr. Glen Daigger, International Water Association President and CH2M HILL Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, was recently selected to serve as co-chair of the Science and Technology (S&T) Commission for the upcoming 7th World Water Forum, which will be held in Daegu, Korea in April 2015. Glen shares the significance of adding S&T to the Forum in his latest blog post.

My Thoughts on the IWA Development Congress

The International Water Association (IWA) hosted its biennial Development Congress and Exhibition in Nairobi, Kenya this week. Dr. Glen Daigger, IWA President and CH2M HILL Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, shares his thoughts on the event. He is particularly inspired by the work water professionals are doing in developing countries to bring water and sanitation to their people.

“Horses for Courses” for Resource Recovery

Dr. Glen Daigger, International Water Association President and CH2M HILL Senior Vice President and Chief Water Technology Officer, recognizes that different approaches are needed by different regions and countries to solve water challenges. From his recent travels to the Netherlands and China, Daigger shares examples of how there is no single solution to managing and recovering water resources.

Selecting the “Right” Nutrient Removal Approach

With the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality adoption of the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards on June 30, 2010, nutrient removal is quickly becoming a requirement for publically owned treatment works (POTWs). Many Texas facilities have been assigned nutrient removal limits over the past decade; therefore there is an opportunity to learn from the experience of those facilities. During the Texas Water Conference CH2M HILL's Jennafer Covington and Glen Daigger will discuss how to select the right nutrient removel approach using four Texas POWTs as examples of how that selection is customized for each facility.