2017 Annual Conference & Exhibit

ac17_program_final - Final Program - 2017 NEWEA Annual Conference & Exhibit January 22-25 - Boston, MA

newea17_session02_dbourdeau - Use of a Nutrient Control Plan by the City of Rochester, New Hampshire to Develop a Long-term Plan to Reduce Nutrient Loads to Receiving Waters Daniel Bourdeau, Geosyntec Consultants John Storer, City of Rochester, NH Bill Arcieri, VHB

newea17_session02_jgregg - Mashpee’s Unique Approach to Implementing its Wastewater Planning Effort J. Jefferson Gregg, GHD

newea17_session02_jjohnson - Urban Watershed Renewal with Public/Private Collaboration Jennifer Johnson, Nitsch Engineering Pallavi Mande, Charles River Watershed Association

newea17_session02_tparece - Blazing a Path to Implement a “Hybrid” Approach to Reduce Excessive Nitrogen Discharges to the Town of Orleans’ Ponds, Estuaries and Embayments Thomas Parece, AECOM George Meservey, Town of Orleans, MA Michael Domenica, Water Resources Association Betsy Shreve-Gibb, AECOM

newea17_session04_akran - Advances in Ozone Generation & Injection Adam Kran, Environmental Partners

newea17_session04_bthibodeau - Pump Station Replacement Overcomes Obstacles to Address Reservoir Contamination Potential Kenneth Carlson, Woodard & Curran Bruce Thibodeau, Town of North Andover, MA Jason Kreil, Woodard & Curran Tim Willett, Town of North Andover, MA

newea17_session04_cgore - Warwick Sewer Authority Main Influent Sewer Rehabilitation Charles Gore, Brown and Caldwell Janine Burke-Wells, Warwick Sewer Authority

newea17_session04_jhale - Beach Community has its own “Point Break”— Hampton, NH—How a Thriving Beach Community Handled a Coastal Sewer Force Main Failure and Emergency Repair Michael Curry, Wright-Pierce Jennifer Hale, Town of Hampton, NH

newea17_session05_amehna - Village of Morristown NY Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade for Small Community Ashish Mehna, Premier Tech Aqua