2019 CNY Environmental Symposium

Current and Future Environmental Challenges
Thursday, October 10, 2019
Red Barn 20
Cazenovia, New York

The American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES) hosted a one-day environmental symposium in Cazenovia, New York. Leading professionals from Central New York with environmental specialties of water, wastewater, and solid waste spoke on current and future challenges and how to manage them in a sustainable, resilient, and cost-effective way.

Current Challenges Facing Central New York from a Regulatory Perspective

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

Fostering Onondaga Lake Watershed Stewardship through Community-Based Restoration Projects

Chris Lajewski
Director of Montezuma Audubon Center

Improving Infrastructure with Data and Technology

Sam Edelstein
Chief Data Officer
City of Syracuse

Optimizing and Expanding Technology for a Sustainable Future: Following the SUEZ-Mohawk Valley Water Authority Partnership

Jon Arneth, MCE
Project Manager

The Recycling Riptide: Strong Currents Challenging Sustainable Solid Waste Management

Dereth Glance, Project Manager | Cristina Albunio, P.E., Agency Engineer
Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency (OCRRA)

WEP's Asset Management Program: Building a Foundation Today for the Challenges We Will Face Tomorrow

Frank Mento, P.E., Commissioner | Jim Thayer, P.E.
Onondaga County Department of Water Environmental Protection (OCDWEP)

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