2022 Annual Conference

.AC22_FinalProgram - Final Program for NEWEA's 2022 Annual Conference, January 23-26, 2022 in Boston, MA

AC22_Session10_AHiggins - Innovative Disposal System Performs Well Under Performance-Based Groundwater Discharge Permit - Adam Higgins, Wright-Pierce

AC22_Session10_ARudenko - Implementation of an I/I Reduction and Hydraulic Modeling Program to Optimize Collection System Capacity for Future Development - Anastasia Rudenko and Marc Drainville, GHD and Benn Sherman, Town of Uxbridge, MA

AC22_Session10_JMetch - Doing More with Less—A Tale of Enhanced Biological Phosphorous Removal - David Ford, Town of Wolfeboro, NH and Jacob Metch and Rebecca Elwood, HDR

AC22_Session10_JPage - Discharge Won’t Do—PDD Opens Up Possibilities in Small Community - Julianne Page and Brent Bridges, Woodard & Curran

AC22_Session11_AZeoli - Targeted Inspections Used to Assess Force Main Condition After Failure - Allison Zeoli, Arcadis and Bryce Annino, CPI Engineering

AC22_Session11_BShiels - Large Diameter Trenchless Rehabilitation by the Holland Tunnel - Brian Shiels, Mott MacDonald

AC22_Session11_OLafond - Have You Ever Been Railroaded? Lessons from a Force Main Repair in a Railroad Right-of-Way - Olivia Lafond, Woodard & Curran and Jeff Kalmes, Town of Billerica, MA

AC22_Session11_WBranton_PMillet - Removal of Ocean I-I and Restoration of Sewer Capacity—Replacement of the Gravity Sewer System in the Cedar Point Area of Scituate, MA - Paul Millett, Environmental Partners and William Branton, Town of Scituate, MA

AC22_Session12_JTroidl - Grit Traps Reduce Maintenance on Inverted Siphons - Jack Troidl, Woodard & Curran