State Water Recourses Control Board Approved Continuing Education Units CWEA Annual Conference 2015 The following sessions have been pre-approved by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) for wastewater CEUs only. Approved sessions are UNDERLINED on your Contact Hour Form for your convenience. Please note all sessions at the Annual Conference are approved for CWEA certificate holders recertification contact hours. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) available: Thursday, April 30th Morning Utility of the Future *Unintended Consequences and Optimization of Organic Waste Co-Digestion—0.1 CEU *Understanding Aerobic Sludges to Optimize Dewatering Practices—0.1 CEU *Using High Solids Loading Technology to Maximize Anaerobic Digester Capacity and Resource Recovery—0.1 CEU *Irvine Ranch Water District Michelson Water Recycling Plant Biosolids and Energy Recovery Facilities—0.1 CEU *Improving Centrifuge Performance for Achieving Greater than 25% Solids in Cake—0.1 CEU *Cake Pumping Experience at Fresno Regional Plant—0.1 CEU Managing Nutrient Levels in Wastewater *Meeting Stringent Total Nitrogen Requirements, Part II—0.1 CEU *Alternatives to Implement Sidestream Treatment of Nutrients ?at Your Facility—0.1 CEU *Converting Conventional Activated Sludge Facility to Biological Nutrient Removal Utilizing In House Resources (staff) and Creative Financing—0.1 CEU *Converting BOD to Nitrification/Denitrification in Same Reactor While Maintaining Capacity—0.1 CEU *Expediting Ammonia Removal at Regional San Using Sidestream Treatment—0.1 CEU Developments in Primary and Secondary Treatment Methods *Full-Scale CEPT Demonstration Results—0.1 CEU *Ammonia Based Aeration Control - A Case Study Review—0.1 CEU *Effect of mixing intensity on flocculation of solids contained in the raw sewage—0.1 CEU *Speedy Method of Primary clarifiers testing—0.1 CEU *Are your aeration diffusers up to par? Use off-gas testing to find out—0.1 CEU *CFD Modeling of Secondary Clarifier Upgrades—0.1 CEU Thursday, April 30th - Afternoon Biosolids Management and Resource Recovery Strategies *How to Offset Treatment Costs with High Value Sludge-Land Application of Biosolids at the City of Merced WWTF — 0.1 CEU *Deep Well Placement of Biosolids with Other Waste Water Residuals— 0.1 CEU *Interim Biosolids Handling and Disposal for Lagoon Wastewater Treatment System— 0.1 CEU *Factors that influence Biosolids Digester Upgrades – Comparison of Different Drivers at Two San Francisco Treatment Plants—0.1 CEU *Pyrolysis of Municipal Sludge to Increase Biogas Production, Generate High Value Fertilizer, and Reduce Solids for Disposal—0.1 CEU Phone: 510-382-7800 Fax: 510-382-7810 E-mail: conferences [email protected] 7677 Oakport Street, Suite 600 Oakland, CA 94621 Protecting our water environment through education and training. State Water Recourses Control Board Approved Continuing Education Units CWEA Annual Conference 2015 The following sessions have been pre-approved by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) for wastewater CEUs only. Approved sessions are UNDERLINED on your Contact Hour Form for your convenience. Please note all sessions at the Annual Conference are approved for CWEA certificate holders recertification contact hours. Continued: Continue: Thursday, April 30th - Afternoon Nutrient Removal and Recovery Methods *Lessons Learned in Meeting Low Effluent Nutrient Standards Using Conventional Technologies—0.1 CEU *Use of Process Modeling for Optimization of Nutrient Removal—0.1 CEU *Filamentous Control—0.1 CEU *Understanding the Benefit of Off-Gas Testing for Design and Optimization of Aeration Systems—0.1 CEU *Making the Case for Deammonification - Utilization of A Novel Method For Tracking Anammox Specific Activity— 0.1 CEU *Extractive Nutrient Recovery Managing Nutrients at WRRFs—0.1 CEU Fine-Tuning Filtration Treatment Options *Primary effluent filtration for carbon diversion to achieve significant energy savings and increase plant capacity— 0.1 CEU *Is Ozone Pretreatment Best Approach for Improving Membrane Productivity—0.1 CEU *Pretreatment with Microfiber Cloth and Ultrafiltration Allow Desalination Systems to Handle Large Solids Fluctuations at Lower Operating and Maintenance Costs—0.1 CEU *Start-up Lessons from Innovative RO/ABMet Treatment Process for Reuse of High TDS/Selenium Agriculture Drain Water—0.1 CEU Friday, May 1st—Morning Wastewater Operations and Maintenance *Differences and Similarities of the Drinking Water and Wastewater Operator Certification Program—0.1 CEU *Developing Your Own Training Videos—0.1 CEU *Physiochemical Parameters Influencing the Growth and Foaming Bacteria in Activated Sludge—0.1 CEU *Guideline for Accurate Grit Sampling Evaluation of Current Sampling Techniques—0.1 CEU *Benefits of changing sludge thickening technology—0.1 CEU Cross-Media Regulatory Updates *Biosolids and Energy Regulatory Update—0.1 CEU Utility of the Future: Groundbreaking Projects and Innovation *Integrated Master Planning: Coordinating across Disciplines for a Unified Look at the Future—0.1 CEU *Big Data in Wastewater-How to Turn Data into Decisions—0.1 CEU *Los Osos Wastewater Project-Septic to 100% Reuse—0.1 CEU Improving Water Quality *Methylmercury Controls for POTWs—0.1 CEU *Zinc and Copper Reduction at a WWTP through Improved Biological Flocculation—0.1 CEU *Disinfection Pilot Study with UV and Peracetic Acid—0.1 CEU *Disinfection Studies to Identify Improvements for Chloramination Practice—0.1 CEU *Tackle the Challenge of Stringent THM Limits—0.1 CEU Phone: 510-382-7800 Fax: 510-382-7810 E-mail: conferences [email protected] 7677 Oakport Street, Suite 600 Oakland, CA 94621 Protecting our water environment through education and training.
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