2016 Joint Spring Meeting
NEWEA_Spr16_AEagan - Sewer Trunkline Repairs and Stream Stabilization - Anthony Eagan, Richard Straut, Barton and Loguidice Collapse of 54-inch hand laid brick sewer constructed in the 1880s leads to re-establishment of a sewer easement, lining and hardening, relocation of approximately 1,200 LF of stream and partial dam breach to protect the sewer from future failures associated with elevated streamflows in a laterally confined channel. Project includes hardening of infrastructure within a floodplain to protect from future storm events.
NEWEA_Spr16_AFisk - Integration of Art and Science for Stormwater Program Outreach - Val Partyka, SUEZ North America; Andrew Fisk, Connecticut River Watershed Council; Colleen Kelley, Hitchcock Center for the Environment
NEWEA_Spr16_AThuman - Assessing Surface Water Nutrient Impacts and Implications on Wastewater Removal - Andrew Thuman, Richard Isleib, Thomas Gallagher, Cristhian Mancilla, HDR
NEWEA_Spr16_BMessner - Net Zero at the Danbury, Connecticut WPCF - Brian Messner, Steve Hallowell, Wright-Pierce
NEWEA_Spr16_BPaganini - Food Waste Digester Construction - Brian Paganini, Quantum BioPower; Michael Curtis, Nerac, Inc.
NEWEA_Spr16_BWenskowicz - Sustainable Energy Planning Update at the Narragansett Bay Commission - Barry Wenskowicz, Narragansett Bay Commission
NEWEA_Spr16_Connelly - Developing a Beneficial Reuse Market for Class A Biosolids – A Case Study in the Challenges and Successes with the Start-up of the Rensselaer County Sewer District’s New Biosolids Facility - Shelagh Connelly, Chris Cooper, Resource Management, Inc.; Brian Hilts, CDM Smith; Gerry Moscinski, Rensselaer County SD #1
NEWEA_Spr16_CRobinson - Development of Regional Inter-municipal Stormwater Programs - Tom DiPietro and Chris Robinson, Town of Shelburne, VT
NEWEA_Spr16_DClough - Rome Regional Anaerobic Digestion Facility – Small, Medium or Large? - George Bevington, Gerhardt LLC; Dennis Clough, Energy Systems Group; Rick Kenealy, Rome WPCF; Richard Straut, Barton & Loguidice