PRWA 2024: A Jackpot of "PRIZEntations"

Posted by Entech Engineering on Thursday, March 7, 2024

PRWA 2024 - Hit the Jackpot Animation

We’ve got great water and wastewater presentations on tap for the 2024 Pennsylvania Rural Water Association's (PRWA's) Annual Conference! Plus, we’re giving every presentation attendee a chance to “Hit the Jackpot” this year. Of course, you'll also want to stop by our booth (Booth #40), where we have more fun in store: you can win more Jackpot chances and collect other goodies by “Pressing Your Luck” on our Plinko board!

Check out the schedule below to see who's presenting what and when. We hope to see you there!

Conference info:

2024 PRWA Annual Conference | March 18-21 | State College, PA

Entech's Presentation Schedule:

Tuesday, March 19th, 2024

Aerobic Digestion: An Operational Guide from Design through Operation

9A-12:30P | Room 104 | Chris Hannum, PE

This course covers the terminology, options, and basic design considerations of aerobic digesters so operators can achieve better results during the construction or rehab of digesters in the future. Earn 3 WW CH.

Chris Hannum Photo

Let’s Clarify Clarifiers in Wastewater Treatment

12:30-5P | Room 206 | Chris Hannum, PE

This course will help operators understand the various types of clarifiers and how they operate as an integral part of the wastewater treatment system. Hydraulic Design and Solids Loading Principles will be explained, and how to stay within those principles. The course will focus on understanding the day-to-day adjustments of running a clarifier. Earn up to 3 WW CH.

Chris Hannum Photo

Collection System Inspections for Failing Infrastructure

12:30-5P | Room 205 | Tim Lester, PE & Michael Paladino (USG)

How do you fix what you can't see? This course will help systems find and address the pressing problem of failing infrastructure. Earn 3 WW CH.

Tim Lester Photo

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Not All It's Cracked Up To Be - Our Failing Pipe Infrastructure

1:30-5p | Room 206 | Matt Quinn & William Fridah, PE (USG)

A combination of old pipes and earlier than expected failure of newer pipes has led to a “perfect storm” in our pipe infrastructures. Estimates of pipeline replacement nationwide exceed $1 trillion in the next decade. This course covers the history of pipes, expected lifespans, and considerations for line replacement. Earn 3 DW & WW CH

Matt Quinn Photo

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Living Through a Service Line Inventory (SLI) - Get the Lead Out!

1:30-5P | Room 207 | Tori Morgan, LO, Stacy Silva, & David "DJ" Teter, LO (Borough of Orwigsburg)

This course covers the following: regulatory review and requirements of the Lead and Copper Rule Revision (LCRR) as it relates to the Service Line Inventory requirement; guidance on initiating inventory efforts; database management; methods of gathering service line material information and analysis; engaging with stakeholders; future requirements; and sources of technical and funding assistance. The course will provide case studies to share real-time tips and tricks, as well as lessons learned through the SL inventory process. Earn 2 DW CH.

Tori Morgan Photo Stacy Silva Photo

Categories: Municipal Infrastructure

Tagged: Potable Water  |  Wastewater  |  Revised Lead & Copper Rule (RLCR)

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