This workshop, taught by Dr. Lee Jacobs, retired MSU Professor,
was designed to familiarize WWTP Operators, contractors, engineers,
regulatory personnel with land application as an option for
management of municipal biosolids.
The MWEA IPP Seminar is intended to be more practical with basic IPP training by experienced professionals in the field. The topics covered range from basic regulatory concepts to interacting with significant industrial users and implementation of successful strategies.
This seminar is for operators, maintenance personnel and designers, as well as suppliers of services, products and equipment. This program is designed to bring those working in this field together for the benefit of ongoing solutions to collection issues and learning about resources available to assist. The Collections Committee is hosting their Annual Seminar on Wednesday, October 5th in East Lansing at Eagle Eye Banquet Center.
The Annual Lab Practices Committee Seminar is a joint event with the Michigan Section of the American Water Works Association and the Michigan Water Environment Association. It is the premier education for Michigan’s laboratory professionals.
The 2022 Laboratory Practices Seminar will be held November 7th, 2022 and is a hybrid event!
Suwannee River Voyage Fundraiser - Water For People
*Please note, the voyage has been postponed until further notice. Updates will be shared on this page once we have them.
Fundraising Event for Water for People
Gary and Linda DeKock will paddle 342 miles in April, 2020 in order to raise $25,000 for Water for People.
The Suwannee River Voyage (SRV) will begin at Kingfisher Landing in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge near Folkston, Georgia. The planned route will follow 100 of the 120 miles of water trails in the Okefenokee. After nine days in the refuge, the route will enter Stephen C. Foster State Park. From there, the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail will be followed for 242 miles to the Gulf of Mexico before May 1, 2020.