At this year's WCW Conference, our interdisciplinary presenters discussed what we could do for our water and our future. Today.
Tackling global water challenges is a joint responsibility. Our passionate speakers discussed what future holds for our water and how we can use current technology to take action. Here's the schedule of our presentations:
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
4:00PM–4:30PM: Breagh Peel will delve into West Inter Lake District Regional Water Services Commission: a Case Study of the Long-term Resiliency of Regional Water Systems.
4:30PM–5:00PM: Samuel Fritz will look at the Sylvan Lake Regional Wastewater Commission Transmission Line.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
9:30AM–10:00AM: Julian Xheko and Saif Molla (EPCOR) will share what they learned about Maximizing Clarifier Capacity and Performance at the Gold Bar WWTP.
10:00AM–10:30AM: Neal Cody will discuss Stormwater Management in an Arctic City.
12:00PM–12:30PM: Jessica MacDonald and Saif Molla (EPCOR) will dive into In-Plant Wastewater Reuse Systems: the Next Best Thing or Impractical Concept?
12:00PM–12:30PM: Theresa Luby and Lucas Storey (Saskatoon Water) will be looking at Oil in the River: Water Treatment Plant Resiliency Planning.
3:00PM–3:30PM: Camille Chalifoux will discuss Safety Inspections of Stormwater Management Facilities.
4:00PM–4:30PM: Alex Munoz will present the Guiding Principles for the Start-up of an Anaerobic Sludge Digester Based on Dynamic Simulations.
4:00PM–4:30PM: Olugbenga Ibikunle will offer an Overview and Analysis of Chemical-based Control Technologies for Sulfide-induced Sewer Corrosion and Odour Production.