2013 AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE) Presentations

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(NEW YORK, NY – May 21, 2013) – Hazen and Sawyer engineers and scientists will conduct more than 20 presentations and workshops at the 2013 AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE).

ACE13 offers a one-stop opportunity for utilities to receive targeted training, experience the latest available technology, and consult with peers from across the globe. This year’s conference will be held June 9-13, 2013, in Denver, CO.

Hazen and Sawyer presentations will include:

Developing Geographical and Sectoral Water Use Profiles of New York City Water Demand

Understanding Passive Demand Reductions Related to an Increasing Market for HE Products

Using Decision Support Systems to Improve Water Supply Planning and Operations

Water Quality Impacts of Extreme Weather Events – Demonstration of the WaterQIEWE Tool for Utility Preparedness

Watershed Processes and their Impact on Dissolved Organic Matter Treatability

Inter-Utility Water Purchase Agreements to Increase Reliability and Drought Resistance

3D Modeling as a Tool for all Phases – Practical Applications and Benefits of 3D in Planning, Design and Construction

On-Site Generation: Design, Construction, Cost and Long Term Operation

Developing an Effective Water Supply Shortage Management Plan

Getting Mixed-Up Results from Your Chemical Mixing Processes? CFD Modeling Can Lead the Way to Cost-Effective Improvements

Evaluation Of Water Usage And Conservation Strategies At Wastewater Treatment Plants

Pilot Testing Of Hexavalent Chromium Removal By Reduction, Coagulation And Microfiltration At City Of Glendale CA

Connecting Across the Ages: The World’s Largest Treatment Facility Ties to Existing Aqueducts While Maintaining NYC’s Supply

Guidance for Small and Medium System Stage 2 D/DBP Rule Compliance: An Overview of Water Research Foundation Project 4427

An Assessment of the Impact and Causes of Brominated DBPs for Stage 2 Compliance

Comprehensive Evaluation of Tank Aeration and Mixing Approaches

Planning a Regional Conversion to Chloramines

A Comparison of Potential Climate Futures and Predicted Impacts on Water Demand

DO DRINK: Providing Potable Water for a Small Groundwater System

Scale-Up of Rapid Small-Scale Column Test Data for Micropollutant Removal from Surface Water

Hexavalent Chromium Treatment Selection Considerations

Optimizing Filter Performance – Surveillance, Data Analysis, and Maintenance

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