Florida Water Environment Association

Calendar of Events


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Events available for Registration...

West Coast Chapter 6th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament
2/19/2021
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Events in the month of November 2020
11/4/2020


I/I Mitigation Programs, Septic to Sewer Options, Smart Sewers

 

Prepared by FWEA’s Collection Systems Committee, this virtual seminar will discuss approaches to I/I reduction, available options to convert septic to sewer, and successful smart sewer programs. The seminar will take place over the course of 3 days: Nov 4th, 11th, and 18th from 12pm - 1pm each day.


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11/5/2020
The Wastewater Process Seminar is going virtual this year. We will be offering a series of one hour presentations. Register for one or register for the series. 

Day 3 features: 

Biowin/Modeling Presentation
   presented by: Matt Tebow, Kimley and Horn

SCADA Basics for Process Control
  presented by: David Eike, McKim & Creed

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11/10/2020


I/I Mitigation Programs, Septic to Sewer Options, Smart Sewers

 

Prepared by FWEA’s Collection Systems Committee, this virtual seminar will discuss approaches to I/I reduction, available options to convert septic to sewer, and successful smart sewer programs. The seminar will take place over the course of 3 days: Nov 4th, 11th, and 18th from 12pm - 1pm each day.


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11/12/2020
The Wastewater Process Seminar is going virtual this year. We will be offering a series of one hour presentations. Register for one or register for the series. 

Day 4 features: 

Enhanced Domestic Primary Wastewater Treatment Utilizing Pile Cloth Media
Filtration for Operational Savings and the Impact on Downstream BNR Process

   presented by: John Dyson, Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.

Wastewater Treatment/Reuse, Biosolids, and Effluent Disposal
  presented by: Todd Swingle, Toho Water Authority

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11/18/2020


I/I Mitigation Programs, Septic to Sewer Options, Smart Sewers

 

Prepared by FWEA’s Collection Systems Committee, this virtual seminar will discuss approaches to I/I reduction, available options to convert septic to sewer, and successful smart sewer programs. The seminar will take place over the course of 3 days: Nov 4th, 11th, and 18th from 12pm - 1pm each day.


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11/19/2020
Hello West Coast Chapter FWEA members,

Our fall quarterly luncheon is creeping upon us! Don't forget to sign up and join us. This event will serve as our in-person lunch event for 2020 to resume in-person quarterly meetings. Our presenters will be performing a virtual presentation to our live audience due to travel and attendance complications, but this event will continue as an in-person event to promote networking and facilitate good technical discussions during the Q&A component of the presentations. Please note that we will be practicing social distance and the restaurant has implemented the following procedures to ensure the safety of our guests:
  • limiting capacity to 50%
  • sanitize every night
  • perform a deep clean of the whole restaurant every week
  • reduced the number of tables in the restaurant
Please register soon as space is limited! Thanks, and I look forward to seeing you all at next week’s event!


Topic: A Case Study for Planning and Design of a Hillsborough County Valrico AWTP 2.35 MW Solar Photovoltaic Generation Facility

Speaker: Hernando Montoya, PE, Hillsborough County Project Manager and Don Pettigrew, PE, McKim & Creed Project Manager
 
Topics presented will include the
  • Sustainability and Green initiatives in Hillsborough County
  • Energy and Sustainability Projects in Hillsborough County
  • Hillsborough County, Valrico Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant energy optimization and renewable energy initiative
  • TECO interconnect limitations and requirements
  • PV generation optimization
  • Electrical system review and analysis
  • Plant electrical system improvements
  • Photovoltaic system design
  • Maintenance considerations
  • Return on investment
****Note – This is an in-person event only; no virtual option is being provided.****
 
  Early Registration Cost At the Door Cost
Member $25 $30
Non-Member $35 $40
Student $10 $15

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11/19/2020
The Wastewater Process Seminar is going virtual this year. We will be offering a series of one hour presentations. Register for one or register for the series. 

Day 5 features: 

Construction Story: Needs, Challenges and Successes of the San Carlos
Pumping Station Rehabilitation

   presented by: TBD

 

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