2017 CNY Environmental Symposium

Emerging Issues and Challenges
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Hampton Inn & Suites
Cazenovia, New York

AAEES hosted a one-day environmental symposium in Cazenovia, New York. Leading professionals from Central New York environmental specialties of water, wastewater, and solid waste will speak on emerging issues and challenges, and how to manage them in a sustainable, resilient, and cost-effective way.


Total Residue Chlorine (TRC) Evolution, Alternative, and Progress at OCDWEP

David Snyder, P.E., Senior Process Control Engineer | Jeanne Powers, Sanitary Engineer III
Onondaga County Department of Water Environment and Protection

Implementing a Framework for Efficiency and Resiliency from Intake to Tap

David Goodney, P.E.
Director of Engineering
Mohawk Valley Water Authority (MVWA)

Trash to Treasure: Climate Solutions Through a Local Solid Waste System

Dereth Glance
Executive Director
Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency (OCRRA)

Emerging Issues and Challenges in CNY from a Regulatory Perspective

Matthew Marko, P.E., BCEE
Regional Director
NYSDEC - Region 7

Ecosystem-Based Approach to Lake and Watershed Management

Elizabeth Moran, Ph.D.
President
EcoLogic, LLC

Ammonia Removal and Recovery During Food Waste Anaerobic Digestion Using Selective Membranes

Taylor Lenney, Graduate Student, Institute for a Sustainable Environment and
Stefan Grimberg, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
Clarkson University

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