BIOSOLIDS: Renewable Green Energy from Wastewater and Biosolids - POTW Case Studies Attempting to Achieve Net Energy Production (12-7-2011)
12/07/2011 - 2:00 - 3:15 pm EST
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NBP No Charge Webcast
Renewable green energy potential from wastewater treatment facilities has spurred a tremendous amount of interest in an economy that faces ever increasing costs for energy. This no charge webcast will examine WEF's new position statement promoting green energy and present case studies from two wastewater facilities that are making strives to achieve zero net energy utilization to becoming a net energy producer.
- Renewable energy
- Energy production
- Learn approaches being taken from an east and west coast wastewater agencies to achieve both zero net energy utilization to becoming a net energy producer
- Learn about WEF’s Role in Promoting Green Energy - Overview of New Renewable Energy Generation from Wastewater Position Statement
- Learn about biosolids energy recovery methods that are proven, available and emerging
Robert Forbes, Jr. (CH2M Hill): WEF's Role in Promoting Green Energy - Overview of New Renewable Energy Generation from Wastewater Position Statements
Robert Ostapczuk (Malcolm Pirnie/ARCADIS): From a Liability to an Asset, Co-digestion and Achieving Zero Net Energy at a NY Wastewater Treatment Facility
Alicia Chakrabarti (East Bay Municipal Utility District): East Bay MUD's Journey to Becoming a Net Energy Producer
Professional Development Hours - 1.25 PDH
WEF Residuals and Biosolids Committee