News | February 23, 2011

Water Environment Federation Announces Residuals & Biosolids 2011 Specialty Conference

Source: Water Environment Federation (WEF) - WEFTEC 2017

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The 25th annual event will be held May 22-25, 2011 in Sacramento, Calif.

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) will present Residuals & Biosolids 2011: Adapting Residuals Management to a Changing Climate at the Sacramento Convention Center in Sacramento, Calif. Scheduled for May 22-25, 2011, the 25th annual specialty conference will feature the hot topic issues of bioenergy, energy efficiency, public health, and sustainability.

Held in cooperation with the California Water Environment Association, the California Association of Sanitation Agencies, the Air & Waste Management Association, and the U.S. Composting Council, the conference will include a combination of oral presentations, workshops, and panel discussions on topics such as: advances in stabilization technologies; future opportunities and emerging technologies; land application, land reclamation and managing nutrients; climate change/greenhouse gas issues; environmental management systems; and many more.

Encouraged to attend are agronomists, soil scientists, farmers, agriculturalists, landscapers, design engineering and construction professionals, municipal wastewater and water treatment system managers, pollution control equipment manufacturers, local, state and federal regulatory agency personnel, industrial water and wastewater treatment professionals, residuals and biosolids generators and appliers, and organic and inorganic residuals managers.

Visit www.wef.org/residualsbiosolids for registration and additional conference details.

About WEF
Formed in 1928, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization with 36,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world. WEF and its Member Associations proudly work to achieve our mission of preserving and enhancing the global water environment. For more information, visit www.wef.org.

SOURCE: Water Environment Federation (WEF) - WEFTEC 2017