Watch the Summit On The Summit: Kilimanjaro documentary which aired this week on MTV. The global clean water crisis brought Kenna, Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsch, Lupe Fiasco and more to face the ominous Mount Kilimanjaro. The climb and the fundraising efforts support improved access to safe drinking water, and our friends – Water For People — were honored to be a beneficiary of this climb.
SARBS has posted a big gallery of photos from their February Awards Banquet held at the Orange County Mining Company. This year they kicked it up a notch with a Wild West theme. The photo gallery is here.
See all of the SARBS award winners after the jump.
From Bill Bertera, WEF Executive Director
The argument for a single voice for water in North America is compelling…and in the eye of some, obvious. What is not so obvious is why achieving such a seemingly simple unanimity of purpose, which is so clearly in the public interest, is still the topic of debate rather than implementation. The answer is uncomfortable because it is simple, plain and unadulterated; it is “self interest.”
The National Biosolids Partnership (NBP) announces the second in a series of free quarterly webcasts for water quality and biosolids professionals on
- Learn about the state of the practice in sludge reduction technologies.
- Understand the many types of technologies currently available and different general mechanistic principles behind them, and the key factors that determine their consideration for a particular application.
- Identify the potential and requirements associated with implementation of these technologies in your facility in the search for reduced sludge disposal requirements, better sludge quality, increased in-plant energy production, and general decreased life-cycle costs.
Join NBP for the second in a series of free quarterly webcasts based on critical biosolids technical topics. Registration and Professional Development Hour (PDH) information will appear on the Water Environment Federation’s Website under the “Conference & Events” section/webcasts, at www.wef.org. Online Registration
- CWEA representatives from the City of Redding: (L-R) Marty Wayne, Josh Kelner and Dennis McBride with Gilbert Perez, Director of Operations at VVWRA.
Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority (VVWRA) has been nominated for “2009 Plant of the Year, Medium Size, 5 – 20 MGD Design Flow.” On February 18, 2010 CWEA representatives from the City of Redding conducted an inspection of the VVWRA plant in the City of Victorville.
On that same day, Logan Olds, General Manager at VVWRA was conducting his Wastewater Management class onsite. The CWEA representatives spoke to the class and answered questions from the students.
When the Wastewater Management class ended, the students were taken on a plant tour lead by Logan Olds.