Curious to know how you can achieve zero liquid discharge at your facility? CH2Mer Tom Higgins will present the paper, “Enhancing FGD Wastewater ZLD Design and Insights from Simulated Brine-Solidification,” co-authored by CH2Mers Dennis Fink, Senior Project Manager and Krystal Perez, Senior Project Engineer, on Thursday, August 18, from 10:35-11 a.m., during the Power Plant Pollution Control and Carbon Management MEGA Symposium, in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Brian presented his paper, “Using Optimizing Modeling for Transmission Mains to Find Cost Savings for the Recharge Fresno Program,”at the American Water Works Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, held June 19-22, in Chicago, Illinois. Brian’s presentation reviewed CH2M’s optimization model used to help the City of Fresno reduce overall costs of constructing a large conveyance system to alleviate its groundwater depletion. Brian also presented on “Developing a Regional Water Conservation Program for the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District,” and “Incorporating Uncertainty in Water Demand Forecasts Increases Confidence,” in addition to moderating the session, “21st Century Water Conservation & Sustainability.”
The Utility Management Conference (UMC) is hosted by the American Water Works Association to provide utility leaders with the latest tools, techniques, best practices and emerging solutions needed for effective utility management. CH2M Project Manager Lucy Cotter will discuss CH2M’s partnership with Metro Vancouver at the conference being held, in San Diego, California, from February 24-27.
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.