Events, Presentations and Booth Exhibits

Strand Confrences

Our staff is active professionally. We attend conferences to expand our knowledge and remain on the forefront of technology and solutions, and to also share our knowledge and experiences through presentations that showcase noteworthy projects or topics. Although some scheduled conferences have been postponed or cancelled for now, our staff has diligently prepared their presentation material and would be glad to discuss their topic with you. Please visit our Contact Us page to be connected with the appropriate staff member to learn more about their presentation topic. 

Clean Rivers, Clean Lake Conference – November 11-13 in Virtual Format

At this conference, we plan to present: Innovative Green Infrastructure Beneath the Marquette Interchange, by Phil Bzdusek and Anna Sunderland.  

Illinois Wastewater Professionals Conference (IWPC) 2020 – POSTPONED to April 19-21, 2021 in Springfield, IL

At this conference, we plan to present: Implementing BPR Using Existing Infrastructure for the Village of Cary, Illinois, by Michael Ott. 

Past Presentations

Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA) 93rd Annual Meeting – August 18-20 in Virtual Format

We presented: Operations Workshops Provide Benefit in the Commissioning of Biological Phosphorus Removal (BPR) for the Village of Cary, IL, by Troy Larson; Water Quality Trading: Requirements, Case Studies, and Lessons Learned, by Jane Carlson; and To the MDV and Beyond: Fond du Lac’s Phosphorus Compliance Continuing Story, by Sam Austin.  

Wisconsin Wastewater Operators’ Association (WWOA) 54th Annual Conference – October 20-23 in Virtual Format

We presented: Evaluation of Aerator Replacement vs Installation of Fine Bubble Aeration at an Oxidation Ditch and Pumping Station and Force Main Rehabilitation vs Replacement Across the Wisconsin River, by Ryan Yentz and client representatives; An Innovative Water Quality Trading Approach to Meet Low Level Phosphorus Limits at a Wisconsin WWTP, by Bradley Lake; Getting it Right the First Time: Use of Operational Workshops to Optimize Complex Processes During Start-up, by Troy Larson; and Wastewater and Process Flow Measurement: Tips, Tricks, and Lessons Learned, by Randy Langer. 

Wisconsin Association for Floodplain, Stormwater, & Coastal Management Annual Conference – October 22 in Virtual Format

We presented: TP Leaf Credit Analysis: For the Interim TP Reduction Credit for Leaf Management Programs, presented by Jon Lindert and City of Monona: North Winnequah Park Lagoon Improvements Project, presented by Justin Gutoski. 

Illinois Water Environment Association Collection Systems Webinar – November 4 in Virtual Format

We presented: Using Risk of Failure Evaluations to Prioritize Conveyance Capital Projects, by Dan Small. 

Wisconsin Section – American Water Works Association Engineering and Construction Seminar – November 5 in Virtual Format

We presented: Water System Modeling and System Optimization, by Nate Ewanowski.

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