Water experts from the company are leading or participating in the development of 30 presentations, which will focus on such topics as innovative water supply strategies, energy management and recovery, and advanced treatment technologies.
“The combination of water, energy and sustainable development is of special importance to the world's future,” said Bruce Long, Global Practice and Technology Leader for Black & Veatch’s global water business.
Technical presentations by Black & Veatch professionals include:
- Developing Risk Modeling Tools for Lake Tahoe Water Utilities
- Open for Business – The Tampa Bay Water Seawater Desalination Facility
- Effluent to Energy: Innovative Sustainability from the Wastewater in Las Vegas Valley
- Energy Management Strategies for Water Utilities
- Converting from Granular Media Filtration to MF/UF Membranes – The Singaporean Way
- Ozonation for Compounds of Emerging Concern in Drinking Water, Water Reuse and Wastewater
In addition, members of the company’s global Water Technologies Group will present key information for workshops on Desalination and Sustainability and on Membrane Operations and Maintenance.
“Water utilities and local government have long endured significant supply, treatment and management challenges; but the pressure to develop, treat and pay for new sustainable sources of water supply has never been so intense,” said Dan McCarthy, President and CEO of Black & Veatch’s global water business. “This conference is a great opportunity for the water industry to exchange ideas and share solutions. We will share Black & Veatch’s perspectives based on our global water knowledge and experiences.”