2019 Plant Operations Conference

Plant19_AFieldJuma - Is it Making a Difference? What 20 Years of Water Quality Trends Tell Us This presentation chronicles OARS' use of Citizen Science to advocate for a TMDL and effective NPDES permits; resulting water quality and biomass trends and looks at potential of wastewater • Alison Field-Juma, OARS

Plant19_Agenda - NEWEA Plant Operations Conference & Exhibit March 24, 2019 Courtyard Marriott, Billerica, MA

Plant19_MNeville - Introduction to Phosphorus Removal Learn how phosphorus (biological and chemical) removal is achieved at WWTF. • Maureen Neville, CDM Smith

Plant19_NTooker - Future Directions in P Removal and Recovery: Doing More with Less and Improving Stability The current state of the art in direction of phorphorus removal and recovery research with a focus on process intensification and enhancing stability. • Nick Tooker, UMASS Amherst

Plant19_PHogan - The Long and Winding Road to Phosphorus Control in the SuAsCo Watershed • Paul Hogan, Woodard & Curran

Plant19_SKing - Regulatory and Permitting Updates An update of the status of NPDES permitting for facilities in the SuAsCo watershed, with a focus on phosphorus and aluminum. • Susy King, MassDEP

Plant19_TPareceMNeville - Phosphorus Removal within the SuAsCo River Watershed A review of the municipal WWTF within the SuAsCo watershed including background, technologies, design/operation considerations and summary of costs. • Thomas Parece, AECOM and Maureen Neville, CDM Smith