2016 Northeast Residuals & Biosolids Conference

res16_tyler - It’s All About Energy: MDC’s Waste Heat Recovery Produces $1.3 Million of Electricity – Tom Tyler, Metropolitan District Hartford Water Pollution Control Plant

res16_sowitckyweidner - Schlepping Southington Sludge While Saving Scents – Amy Sowitcky & Austin Weidner, Tighe & Bond

res16_sierrakester - KEYNOTE: Biosolids Combat Climate Change: What Can We Learn from California’s Leadership? - Natalie Sierra, Brown and Caldwell (presenter) and Greg Kester, California Association of Sanitation Agencies (CASA)

res16_nortonmichelangelo - The Fairfield, CT Biosolids Composting Success Story – Joseph Michelangelo, Director of Public Works, and Bill Norton, Superintendent of WPCF, Town of Fairfield, CT

res16_muller - Optimizing Anaerobic Digester Performance for Capacity Recovery and Operating Cost – Christopher Muller, Brown and Caldwell

res16_mckiernan - Maximizing Digestate Product Value for Full-Benefit Wastewater Treatment Plant Anaerobic Digestion – Christine McKiernan, BIOFerm Energy Systems

res16_houstongordon - Regulation Roundtable: New Hampshire – Ray Gordon and Judy Houston, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

res16_hamkinssimonian - New SSI NOx Limits: Is It Possible to Meet Them? – Melissa Hamkins, Wright-Pierce

res16_ellis - An Update on New York City Biosolids Management – Timothy Ellis, NY City Department of Environmental Protection

res16_egendorf - Organic Waste in Urban Agriculture: The New York City Clean Soil Bank Pilot Study, – Sara Perl Egendorf, The New York City Urban Soils Institute / Brooklyn College / CUNY Graduate Center