We strive to provide you with sessions of innovation in environmental engineering and wastewater operations! Our technical program for this conference is a curated blend of research in the Pacific area, practical insights, and lessons learned. Join us as we delve into the latest advancements, foster collaboration, and address the crucial challenges shaping the future of sustainable water management and operations.
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|Stormwater||Wastewater||Wastewater Operations||Water Operations||Young Professionals|
|7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.||Registration||Registration||Registration||Registration||Registration|
|Morning Sessions||DFM Updates and Future Programs
Selecting Cost-Effective Stormwater BMPs for Pollutant Reduction/TMDL Compliance
|Lessons Learned from Startup of the Honouliuli Step Feed Activated Sludge Secondary System
Safety Systems Considerations and Design
|Review of Basic Mathematical Concepts||RCAC TBD||Negotiating Salaries: Best Practices for Young Professionals
Saipan CUC’s Sustainable Water Infrastructure Management Strategy
Early Career Expectations
|12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch||Lunch|
|Afternoon Sessions||Future of Stormwater Regulations and Management in Hawaii
One Water Planning in Tuscon, AZ – Lessons Learned
|General Topic: Machine Learning Opportunities in Wastewater
Bridging the Gap – Designing with Operations and Operators in Mind
|Applying Basic Mathematical Calculations
|RCAC TBD||Sustainability Planning for Hawaii
Getting Involved: HWEA/AWWA/ASCE
|5:00 p.m.||END||END||END||END||END (4:15 p.m.)|
CONFERENCE TECHNICAL SESSION SCHEDULE
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