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The free webinar will address current opportunities and challenges for combined heat and power (CHP) in wastewater treatment plants.
Webinar will address current opportunities and challenges for CHP in WWT plants in CA:
- SCAQMD 1110.2 CHP solutions
- Demand Response with CHP
- Financial Incentives for CHP projects
- U.S. DOE Pacific CHP Technical Assistance Partnership services
Who should register:
• Senior and middle management responsible for capital projects, energy and environmental goals
• Engineers and vendors working on CHP projects that include fuel cells, IC engines, turbines and microturbines
Keep an eye and an ear out for the Metropolitan Water District TV and Radio ads that will be aired over the next several months as part of an ongoing region-wide advertising campaign, Don’t Waste Another Minute Wasting Water. The comprehensive campaign includes the 30-second television spots, 60-second radio advertisements and traffic report sponsorship, as well as online and mobile ads throughout the district’s six-county service areas through Oct. 30.
“We’re building a broad outreach campaign that reinforces to Southern Californians just how serious the drought is,” said Metropolitan General Manager Jeffrey Kightlinger.
The television ads will air on Los Angeles and San Diego area stations through Sept. 28. The spots join radio advertisements and traffic report sponsorships on English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese and Korean stations. Along with the television and radio spots, Metropolitan’s water-saving message will be the focus of specialized “Water Wise Wednesdays” segments offering conservation tips on television and radio stations as well as on-line advertising. The campaign also will feature focused billboard and movie theater advertising.
In the latest creative image-enhancer by a municipal sewage plant, Seattle’s Brightwater Treatment facility is offering to rent its indoor rooms ($2,000 for eight hours) as a wedding venue. According to an official, there is space for 260 guests, including full kitchen – and the plant is reputed to be a “zero odor” facility.
Experts will share perspectives and strategies for progressive, adaptable water management
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) and World Business Chicago (WBC), with support from the City of Chicago, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, and Chicago Sisters Cities International, will jointly present Chicago Water Summit 2014: Global Lessons from Great Water Cities. A distinguished panel of national and international leaders from the public and private sectors will share their experiences and perspectives about a new paradigm for water that will help communities of all sizes adapt to rapidly changing water management challenges.
Highlighting the program will be a luncheon keynote from Henk Ovink, Principal of Rebuild by Design and Senior Advisor to HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan. Ovink, who was recently profiled in The New York Times Magazine as a leading international water management expert, will help frame the overall discussion with insights into the famed Dutch water management approach. Other featured speakers include*:
Dr. Giulio Boccaletti, Vice President, The Nature Conservancy
Dr. Paul Bowen, Director, Sustainable Operations, The Coca-Cola Company
Albert Cho, Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, Xylem
Dr. Peter Grevatt, Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, U.S. EPA
Christian Guenner, Director of System Development, Hamburg Wasser, Germany
Ted Henifin, General Manager, Hampton Roads Sanitation District
Harlan Kelly, Jr., General Manager, San Francisco Public Utilities
Terry Mah, President, Veolia North America
Jeff Malehorn, President & CEO, World Business Chicago
Barrett Murphy, First Deputy Commissioner of Water Management, City of Chicago
Dr. Eileen O’Neill, Executive Director, Water Environment Federation
Sandra Ralston, President, Water Environment Federation
Andy Richardson, Chairman & CEO, Greeley and Hansen
Dieter Sauer, President Water Utility Division, Grundfos North America
David St. Pierre, Executive Director, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago
Emilio Tenuta,Vice President of Corporate Sustainability, Ecolab
Karen Weigert, Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Chicago
In many parts of the world, pressures from population growth, climate change and urbanization are straining existing water systems and resources, sometimes beyond capacity. In order to sufficiently meet current and future water demands, water managers and civil leaders from communities of all sizes are being forced to radically rethink water management by looking for smarter and more progressive approaches that will increase resiliency, enhance livability and conserve resources. Recognizing the value of global knowledge exchange, this exclusive, one-day meeting will bring together influential leaders to discuss the big picture trends in urban water management and the new thinking around best practices, including technology and innovation; resiliency and sustainability; investments in water infrastructure systems and its impact on job creation and a strong financial future; and collaboratively working with the private sector. This forward-thinking Summit is the latest in a series of dialogues examining case studies and engaging in discussion to distill lessons learned from leading water cities, in the hopes of changing the agenda for other communities facing similar challenges. It also sets the stage for the high profile and popular water leaders session that will be held at WEFTEC® 2014—WEF’s 87th Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference—this fall in New Orleans, La. As the world’s largest annual water quality conference and exhibition, WEFTEC brings thousands of water professionals and water equipment manufacturers to Chicago every other year through 2023.
Monday, July 21, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. CST Where: The Mid-America Club, 200 East Randolph Drive, 8th Fl., Chicago, Ill.
Note to editors: Media interested in covering the event may contact Lori Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org to register in advance. For complete registration and event details, please visit www.wef.org/watersummit. *The final panel will be announced approximately one week prior to the event.
Have you ever wondered how water can be recycled? Curiosity Quest Goes Green host, Joel Greene visits a water reclamation plant with the City of Adelanto where he learns where the water goes after it’s flushed down the toilet and how it can be cleaned, treated and re-used.