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MWEA - Event Information
Sustainable Energy Seminar - East Lansing
Training/Seminars Homepage Event
What does it mean to Sustain Michigan's
Future? The Sustainable Energy Committee
will be hosting their Annual Seminar on
Thursday, October 19th, 2017 to address the
issues facing Michigan's Water & Wastewater
infrastructure & how to move forward.
This seminar is NOW worth 0.6 Managerial
Wastewater & 0.5 Managerial Water CECs.
Topics will include: Translating Energy Bills, NEFCO Biosolids Drying at GLWA,
Digester Subrates, N&P Harvesting & Reuse, and more!
Eagle Eye Banquet Facility 15500 Chandler Rd East Lansing, MI 48823
Utility of the Future Update
Brian Hannon, Moore & Bruggink MDEQ Update
Phil Argiroff, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality National Association of Clean Water Agencies Update
Adam Krantz, NACWA How to Translate Energy Bills
Sam Diorka, Dehli Charter Township 2016 MWEA Sustainable Energy Award Winners:
Grand Rapids & Delhi Township
William Kaiser, City of Grand Rapids
Sam Diorka, Dehli Charter Township NEFCO Biosolids Drying at GLWA
Manuel Irujo, NEFCO
Wendy Barrott, Great Lakes Water Authority Digester Substrates Panel Discussion: Case Studies of MSU & Flint, and Biomass Inventory & Opportunities
Dana Kirk & Steve Safferman, Michigan State University
Chad Antle, BioWorks Energy
Moderator: Brian Ross, Genessee County Water & Waste Services Grants for Energy Improvement Projects
Dan Mack, Johnson Controls International Nitrogen & Phosphorous Harvesting and Reuse Panel Discussion
Josh Gable, Centrisys Corporation
Allen Williams, Donohue & Associates
Moderator: Mike Harvey, Donohue & Associates
$130 for MWEA / WEF Members
$200 for Non-Members
(Cost includes Continental Breakfast & Lunch)
Wastewater 0.6 (Managerial)
Course Code: 2050
Drinking Water 0.5 (Managerial - 0.6 pending)
Course Code: 2500
Up to 6 PDHs
Program: Eagle Eye Banquet Facility - East Lansing, MI Registration: 7:30 a.m. Program begins: 8:00 a.m. Program ends: 3:45 p.m.