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Resilience- Are you Ready?


Start Date: 03/20/2019 8:00am
End Date: 03/20/2019 4:00pm


Jepson Center - University of Richmond
49 Crenshaw Way
Richmond, VA 23173

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Jay Maggi


Resilience - Are You Ready?

New and pending regulations, water quality and treatment considerations, and extreme climatic events are just some of the many challenges utilities are facing. Our distinguished lineup of speakers from across the country will discuss a variety of current and relevant topics to help you prepare for what lies ahead.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic group of speakers and the chance to earn up to 5.75 CPE/CEC credits! Please Click Here for More Information, including to get registered! (Early registration ends Wednesday, March 13, 2019.) 

This seminar is brought to you by the Drinking Water Quality and Research Committee in collaboration with the Water Resources and Environment Committee. 

To download the flyer, please click here.  

Time Presentation/Speaker 
8:00 - 
8:30 am       
Registration/Continental Breakfast/Networking
8:30 -
8:45 am
Keynote Address 
Dwayne Roadcap, VDH Office of Drinking Water
8:45 -
9:00 am
VDH-ODW Harmful Algal Bloom Plan
Aaron Moses, VDH, Office of Drinking Water
9:00 -
9:30 am 
Regulatory Updates and Trends Important to Water System Resiliency
Steve Via, AWWA
9:30 -
10:00 am
America's Water Infrastructure Act - New Risk Assessments and Emergency Response Plan Requirements
Karen Edwards-Lindsey, EPA Water Security Division
10:00 -
10:15 am
10:15 -
11:00 am
AWIA of 2018 - Positioning Your Utility for Long-Term Resilience
Corinne Ketchum and Ryan Joyce, Arcadis
11:00 -
11:45 am 
Factors Affecting Uncertainity of Future Water Supply and Quality 
Dr. Stephen H. Schoenholtz, Director of the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Tech
11:45 am -
12:30 pm
Lunch (provided)
12:30 -
1:15 pm
PFAS Treatment Strategy for a Surface Water Treatment Plant 
Carel Vandermeyden, Cape Fear Public Utility Authority
1:15 -
2:00 pm
Release of Intracellular Cyanotoxins during Oxidation of Naturally Occurring and Lab-Cultured Cyanobacteria 
Dr. Katie Greenstein, Des Moines Water Works
2:00 -
2:15 pm
2:15 -
3:00 pm
Preparing for and Recovering from Extreme Weather Events - City of Houston Lessons Learned 
Yvonne Forrest, Houston Water
3:00 -
3:45 pm
How the Smart Cities Efforts of Newport News Waterworks Enhances Resiliency in the Region 
Louis  Martinez, Newport News Waterworks and Jessica Hou, Gannett Fleming
3:45 -
4:00 pm
Conclusions, Q & A, Seminar Wrap -Up