Biosolids and residuals flow 24 hours per day and 365 days per year. It’s difficult —but necessary— for professionals to stay up-to-date on the latest research and upgrades.
At the North East Residuals & Biosolids Conference, Exhibit and Tour, the New England Water Environment Association and the North East Biosolids and Residuals Association invite you to network, hear about new developments, see the latest upgrades and consider what’s next.
This two-day conference is tailored to the needs of professionals managing biosolids and other residuals. Following the theme “keeping current,” attendees will learn about changes biosolids regulations that are underway in three New England states; an ever-increasing demand to manage nutrients and optimize systems; anaerobic digestion; CHP; and co-digestion.
These topics and many more will be discussed as we work to keep our industry current and to follow the current of the latest trends. Join us in South Portland, Maine, to share your knowledge, passion and skills.
Register and Join Us on October 22 & 23!
This conference is a great opportunity to learn the latest developments in residuals management in New England, eastern Canada, and beyond. Network with industry professionals while earning training contact hours.
See you there!
Download the Program Agenda PDF or Register Online.
Exhibit at the conference and maximize your company's exposure in the residuals & biosolids management industry. Limited Exhibitor Opportunities are now available. We expect 100 attendees involved in residuals and biosolids management including: engineers, managers, scientists and operators.
Register to Exhibit or Download Exhibitor Prospectus
For more information and any questions, please contact Residuals Committee Chair, Jonathan Keaney (978) 983-2044, or Vice Chair, Elaine Sistare at (860) 808-2266, or Ned Beecher at the NEBRA office at (603) 323-7654