FWEA Central Florida Chapter
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Discussion Topic: Gravity Sewer System Rehabilitation Savings Using GIS
Presenters: Tim Noyes, Toho Water Authority and Janine Alexander, P.E., Tetra Tech
Location: Second Harvest Food Bank
411 Mercy Drive, Orlando, FL 32805
Time: Registration 11:30-12:00
Cost: $25.00 (Registrations after February 1st will be charged $35.00)*
Student admission is $10.00.
Make checks payable to FWEA, and mail to Megan Nelson, P.E. at Orange County Utilities. 9150 Curry Ford Road, Orlando, FL 32825
*no shows or cancellations after 2/1/19 will be invoiced
Shooters of all skill ranges welcome!
See event flyer for more details.
Date: Wednesday, February 20th, 2019
Time: 11:30 am
Location: City of Hallandale Cultural Community Center
410 SE 3rd Street, Hallandale Beach, Room 107
Lunch will be included.
TOPIC: Future Regional Water Supplies: Overview of Tampa Bay Water 2018 Long-Term Master Water Plan
Tampa Bay Water is a wholesale supplier of water in the Tampa Bay region, serving more than 2.35 million customers through its six Member Governments. The system is comprised of several wellfields with an average annual permitted capacity of 120 million gallons per day (mgd), several groundwater treatment plants, a 120-mgd surface water treatment plant, a 15.5-billion gallon reservoir, a 25 mgd desalination plant, and miles of large diameter transmission main that serve the Member Governments. Tampa Bay Water was originally a single-source groundwater system but began diversifying its water supply portfolio in the late 1990s to include surface water supplies and desalination to meet the region’s growing demands and reduce reliance on groundwater; this diversification was achieved by way of the Long-Term Master Water Plan (LTMWP). Every 5 years, Tampa Bay Water updates the LTMWP to ensure the provision of adequate supplies over a 20-year planning horizon, considering annual forecast demand analyses, available supply, climate variability, permitting, public input, project costs, and infrastructure needs. For this 5-year cycle of the LTMWP, it is estimated that new sources of supply will be needed by the 2028. Following the completion of the 2018 LTMWP, the Agency is undergoing feasibility studies on potential new water supply projects.
4TH ANNUAL SPORTING CLAYS TOURNAMENT
NO SHOOTING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!
RSVP by February 8th
Joint Networking Happy Hour
Thursday, February 28, 2019
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: Deadly Sins Brewing
750 Jackson Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789
Cost: $10 Includes 2 drinks / Free for Utility Employees
and appetizers included!
Register: Please RSVP by Thursday, February 21, 2019
Contact: Alejandro Solanilla - Reiss Engineering
(321) 458 - 7434 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Zach Tarifa -CPH
(407) 425 – 0452 - email@example.com
Come join us at the Backwoods Bistro in Tallahassee on Thursday, February 28, at 6:00 PM as the Big Bend Chapter of FWEA hosts its Annual Awards Banquet.
The Chapter will present the Thomas P. Smith Award to an individual in recognition of individual leadership, contribution to the advancement of wastewater design, operations or regulations, and demonstrated willingness to help others solve problems. Please come and see who this year’s deserving awardee will be!
Cost is only $41 per person (we encourage you to bring your significant other). Included in the cost is dinner (six entree choices available, see Menu link) with sides and a house salad and beverages such as sodas, water and iced tea. Also included will be an offering of domestic beers and select wines with use of drink tickets (two issued per attendee over 21). Please bring cash if you wish to make purchases beyond this offering from the bar. Also, there is a vegetarian option available as part of the six entree choices.Hope to see you there!