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Please join the AWWA Drinking Water Quality and Research Committee for our Annual Spring Seminar.
The VA AWWA Drinking Water Quality and Research Committee is planning a full day of technical presentations on April 19, 2023.  This seminar will be held at the Jepson Alumni Center on the University of Richmond campus in Richmond, VA and will include breakfast and lunch.  Please contact Roger Arnold (rarnold@hazenandsawyer.com) or James Linton (jlinton@wrallp.com) with any questions.
Click Here for Program Brochure with Speaker Bios
Presentations/speakers are subject to change. 
6 Water Operator CPEs. 6 CECs for Professional Engineers. 
  • Keynote Address
    Presented By: Dwayne Roadcap, Director
    Virginia Department of Health, Office of Drinking Water

  • Regulatory Update: PFAS, LCRR, and Beyond
    Presented By: Steve Via, Director of Federal Relations
    American Water Works Association
  • Microplastics in Our Water: Issues, Techniques, and Case Studies
    Presented By: Nicole Fahrenfeld, PhD
    Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Rutgers University
  • Water Supply Resiliency in the Metropolitan Washington Region-
    Past, Present, and Future

    Presented By: Steven E. Bieber, Water Resources Program Director
    Metropolitan Washington Council of Governements

  • Better with Age: Ozone ‘s History and Continued Evolution at the
    Mannheim Water Treatment Plant

    Presented By: Mike McKie, Water Systems Engineer
    C3 Water

  • Planning and Implementation of the Trap Rock WTP
    Presented By: Jessica Edwards-Brandt, Director, Water Operations
    Loudoun Water
  • Doubling Down on Packaged Treatment to Maximize Capacity
    and Improve Quality

    Presented By: David Jarrell, Director of Operations, Rapidan Service Authority and
    Rob Mangrum, Consultant, Mangrum Consulting and Design
  • Granular Activated Carbon Treatment at Rivanna Water and
    Sewer Authority

    Presented By: David Tungate , Director of Operations
    Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority
  • Cybersecurity and Resiliency for the Now, Next and After Next: 
    How Will Water/Wastewater Manage?

    Presented by: Roger Caslow
    Hampton Roads Sanitation District
  • Moving the Needle: A Comprehensive X-Functional Approach to Innovation
    Presented By: Dr. Robert Bornhofen, Director of Innovations
    DC Water
"Early Bird" rates valid through April 11, then regular rates apply:
  • AWWA Member Rate-  Early Bird $150, Regular $165 
  • Non-Member Rate- Early Bird $200, Regular $220
  • Retirees- early Bird $50, Regular $70
  • Full-time Student- Early Bird $25, Regular $45
  • Event Sponsorship- $200
Please view our Cancellation and Refund policy.   
COVID Considerations: 
This event will follow any local or facility policies for social distancing and masking. 
Jepson Alumni Center
442 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond
Richmond, VA 23173
United States of America
Cynthia Barnes


Roger Arnold


James Linton