2017 ACE Presentations

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(NEW YORK, NY – May 31, 2017) – Hazen and Sawyer staff will conduct 25 presentations and present three posters and one workshop at the 2017 AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE).

ACE17 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 11-14, in Philadelphia, PA.

Hazen and Sawyer presentations and posters will include:

Developing a Holistic Approach to Biofiltration – From Assessing Benefits to Implementing Full Scale and Everything in Between

Satellite-Based Water Quality Monitoring System (WQ-Sat) – Form and Functions

Direct Potable Reuse Operational Framework – What Will Operators Need to Do?

New York City’s Water Energy Nexus Tool

A Drought Planning Tool for the Susquehanna River Basin: Water Supply Case Studies

Blending in Potable Reuse – Challenges of and Solutions to Meeting Multiple Water Quality Objectives

Implementation Approach of Advanced Treatment Technologies for 33 Groundwater Facilities in the Coachella Valley

Advanced 2D Hydraulic Modeling and LIDAR Integration for Resiliency Planning

America’s Water Initiative – A Roadmap For Solving Today’s Water Challenges

Smart Modeling for Water Distribution System Energy Optimization

Filter Rehabilitation – One Size Does Not Fit All

Reducing Chemically Irreversible Membrane Fouling through Preozonation of Surface Water Prior to Ultrafiltration

Tap Sampling Procedures to Characterize Lead Changes Following Lead Service Line Replacement

Conceptual Design of the City of Baltimore’s Sodium Hypochlorite Facilities – Operational Flexibility vs. Perchlorate Formation

Stop Hammering Your System! Risk Mitigation through Hydraulic and Surge Modeling

Water Demand Trends in the Multifamily Housing Sector

Developing a Spatially and Sectorally Disaggregate Water Demand Forecasting Tool for Tampa Bay Water

Efficient & Effective Capital Project Delivery – Pathway to Sustained Infrastructure & Utility Management

Replacing Aging Infrastructure in Times of Decreasing Demands

Asset Condition – A Direct Link to Efficient CIP Planning & Effective Asset Renewal

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