Florida Water Environment Association

Calendar of Events

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Manasota Chapter Sponsorship 2022
5/26/2022 - 1/31/2023
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Southwest Chapter FY22/23 Gold Sponsor
6/20/2022 - 1/31/2023
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Collection Systems Committee Sponsorship
7/22/2022 - 12/31/2022
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WR3 2022-2023 Sponsorship
8/12/2022 - 3/31/2023
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FWEA Student and Young Professional Sponsorship
11/21/2022 - 3/31/2023
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WR3 Committee Virtual Seminar - Moving to 100% Reuse
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CFC Happy Hour and Toy Drive
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Holiday Social - FWEA Treasure Coast Chapter and FSAWWA Region VIII
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FWEA First Coast Chapter and FSAWWA Region II 2022 Holiday Social Event
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FWEA West Coast Chapter 2022 Member Appreciation Night
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Manasota Chapter Hurricane Ian Relief Social at Calusa Brewing (Joint DBIA Event)
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FWEA Wastewater Process Seminar
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Young Professional & Veterans Outreach Brewery Tour
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Leadership Development Workshop
2/5/2023 - 2/6/2023
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Air Quality Seminar
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Events in the month of September 2021

21st Annual FWEA Central Florida Chapter
Scholarship Golf Tournament

Scramble Format - Shotgun Start
Proceeds Benefit Central Florida Chapter Scholarship Fund
Goody Bag
2 Free Drink Tickets per Player
Post Tournament Lunch and Awards Ceremony with Door Prizes
Soft Spikes Mandatory

Falcon’s Fire Golf Club
3200 Seralago Blvd.
Kissimmee, FL 34746
September 10, 2021
7:00 am – 7:45 am Sign-In
8:00 am – 1:00 pm Golf (Please make your own foursome)
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Lunch Buffet and Awards Ceremony


Price: $340 per foursome

Includes: 2 drink tickets per player, golf, range balls, goody bag,

lunch and awards ceremony with door prizes

Pay by check or credit card

For more information, please contact Kristi Fries, P.E. at kristina.fries@cityoforlando.net

Please join us as we welcome Claes Westring  with Jacobs discussing Engineers Without Borders: Recent Projects.
His presentation will highlight the projects that the Engineers Without Borders Florida Professional Chapter (EWB-FL) and University of South Florida Student Chapter (EWB-USF) are currently involved with as well as their local project involvement. EWB-FL currently has a water supply project in the communities of Xoquic and San Bartolo, Guatemala. The current water system runs dry during their 6-months of dry season forcing the community to ration water and the current system only serves approximately half of the community. The scope of the Guatemala water supply project is to supplement their existing system with a new water supply well, expand the system to 400 more people, install a chlorination system, and repair their existing storage tank. EWB-USF has two student led international projects: a latrines project in Bolivia and a rain catchment water supply project in the Dominican Republic. The Bolivia latrines project aims to provide proper sanitation facilities to the rural community of Unificada Teneria y Manzanani. The Dominican Republic project aims to install household rain catchment systems to help supplement water needs in the community of Miramar but is also exploring other water supply alternatives.
Claes Westring, P.E. works for Jacobs Engineering as a wastewater engineer and is the chapter president of EWB-FL. He also serves as a professional mentor for the EWB-USF chapter. In addition, the following students from the EWB-USF chapter will be presenting: Dana Hunter who is a sophomore Environmental Engineering major, Gabriel Jacomi who is a sophomore Mechanical Engineering major, Begum Unal who is a sophomore Mechanical Engineering major and professional development lead, Jacob Marchland who is a Civil Engineering senior and current EWB-USF chapter president, and Ally Kenney who is an Environment Engineering masters student and a past EWB-USF chapter president.

Cost breakdown as follows:
  Early Registration Cost At the Door Cost
Member $25 $30
Non-Member $35 $40
Student $10 $15