2014 AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE) Presentations

Read or print the full agenda of Hazen and Sawyer's ACE 2014 presentations.

(NEW YORK, NY – May 15, 2014) – Hazen and Sawyer engineers and scientists will conduct 18 presentations at the 2014 AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE).

ACE14 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 8-12, 2014, in Boston, MA.

Hazen and Sawyer presentations will include:

Piloting Alternative Technologies for Indirect Potable Reuse in Florida

Improving NYC System Operations with Forecasts

Ocean Desalination Water Quality Integration Study at West Basin MWD

Give CFD a Pat on the Back – Tracing Footprints of CFD Models Through Water Treatment Plants

Forecast-Based Water Supply Planning and Management to Improve Drought Reliability

Implications of Deficit/Surplus Irrigation for Targeting Water Conservation Programs

New England Floats to the Top – Innovation in the North East Led to Widespread Implementation of DAF in the U.S.

Designing For Extremes – Climate Change Impacts on Process Selection and Treatment

Leak Stabilization of the Delaware Aqueduct

Enhancing New York City’s Water Demand Forecasting Methodology to Account for Efficiency, Climate, and Residual Variability

Reliable Infrastructure Planning of Water Treatment Facilities in Nashville, TN

Beyond the Tanks – Assessing Impact of Tank Aeration for THM Reduction in Distribution Systems

Potential Climate Futures and Predicted Impacts on Water Demand – The Tampa Bay Water Case Study

Challenges in Meeting Stage 2 DBP Rules when Source Water Bromide Changes – A Tale of Two Cities

Influences of Sampling Frequency, Location, and Method Reporting Levels on Benchmarking EDC/PPCP Occurrences

Aeration as a Treatment Strategy for Brominated DBPs? Applications and Success Stories

Disinfection – Back to the Basics

In addition to these presentations, Hazen and Sawyer staff hold dozens of leadership positions on national AWWA committees, supporting the AWWA and its efforts year-round.

Since our founding in 1951, Hazen and Sawyer has focused on two things: providing safe drinking water and controlling water pollution. Our range of services encompasses the planning, design, and construction management of water and wastewater-related projects – from clean water treatment, storage, and distribution to wastewater and stormwater collection, treatment, and reuse.

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