Florida Water Environment Association

Calendar of Events

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S&YP Committee Sponsors
01/12/18 - 05/31/18
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FWEA WCC 2018 Annual Rountable
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SWFL Utility Lessons Learned from Hurricane Irma
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Manasota Chapter Kayak Event
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Water Festival Sponsorship
03/25/18 - 03/25/18
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Topgolf FUNdraiser Event

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Events in the month of March 2017


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Join us for our 2017 FSAWWA Region II/FWEA First Coast Chapter Joint luncheon meeting and FSAWWA Region II Annual Best Tasting Drinking Water Contest on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 starting at 11:30 a.m.. Our guest speakers will include Bill Young, SJCUD Director of Utilities and Larry Miller, SJCUD Chief Engineer.

Please RSVP online by March 3, 2017 or contact Cheryl Gullotto, CDM Smith.

For information on how to enter your utility in the contest please contact Patrick Victor at 904-504-3621.

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Please join us on Thursday March 9, 2017 at 4:00PM for a free tour of Manatee County’s innovative Biosolids Facility at the Southeast Water Reclamation Facility located at: 3331 Lena Rd., Bradenton, FL.  Please register by March 7th so we have an accurate headcount.

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Tour Sponsors - If your firm would like to sponsor the Biosolids Facility Tour for $100 and have your logo displayed at the maintenance building for the event, please select that option in the registration link.


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FWEA West Coast Chapter will be hosting a plant tour at the South Cross Bayou WRF on Friday, March 10, 2017 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM.


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Come join FWEA at the Annual Broward County Water Matters Day!
An important part of Broward County's effort to educate residents about water conservation is Water Matters Day.  This fun, activity-filled event for the family focuses on teaching residents about the need to conserve and protect water for people, plants, and animals.  The event helps Broward residents make the connection between their daily activities and the impact they have on our local water resources and natural environment.

Event Highlights: 
Children's Activities, Giveaways, Interactive Educational Displays/Booths, Water Conservation Tips, Landscaping for Water Savings, Eco-Friendly Ideas, Food Truck Invasion

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FWEA Utility Council Meeting
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Presentation by Jodie Cahoon, P.E., City of Tallahassee, on the new stormwater park to be constructed near Market Square in Tallahassee.
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Local utilities are invited to face off against the competition in front of the entire water professional community to prove who has the best tasting drinking water.
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Come join our discussion on I&I.  Details to come!
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Join FWEA for discussion on the Latest in Biological Phosphorus Removal and Recovery, presented by Dr. James L. Barnard, PhD.


Dr. Barnard, is an IWA Fellow, WEF Fellow, BCEE, and Dist MASCE who developed the Bardenpho, MLE and Phoredox (aka AO, A2O) processes for biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal, and has designed more than 140 BNR plants including the first plant in the US in Palmetto, FL.   He served on WERF supervisory committees and Advisory Committees for New York, DCWater, Los Angeles and others. He was awarded the Clarke Prize in 2007, received Honorary Doctorates from the Universities of Johannesburg, Iowa State and Stellenbosch and the Lee Kuan Yew Singapore Water Prize in July 2011.  He is presently employed by Black & Veatch as a Global Practice and Technology Leader.  His research into BPR has unveiled some new perspectives which will form the topic of this presentation.

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Come network and enjoy happy hour specials at Bar Louie with FSAWWA and FWEA as well as UCF Student Members.

  • Appetizers will be provided.
  • Drinks are not included.
  • No registration fee!

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Operationalizing Resilience at Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department

Hardeep Anand, P.E.
Deputy Director Capital Improvement Program
Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department


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