Each year, operators, engineers, manufacturer representatives and more, come together at the Indiana Water Environment Association's (IWEA) Annual Conference to discuss the latest in the world of water, wastewater and stormwater. It provides an opportunity not only to learn, but also to share experiences with others in the water field. Since, it is impossible to catch all of the presentations, we have summarized some of the topics that Wessler’s engineers presented on for you.
Below is an article written by Drew Thompson, P.E., a senior project manager at Wessler, that was published in The Digester ( Vol. 13, No. 2, Summer 2018) - the official publication of the Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA).
Hopefully many of you were able to attend the 11th Annual Indiana MS4 Meeting that was held Tuesday, May 15th, at the Marriott East Hotel. If you were not in attendance - or were and just want a summary of some things that went on - here are a few important takeaways:
Wessler is proud to announce Andrew Thompson, P.E., as this month's Employee Spotlight! Andrew currently serves as a Senior Project Engineer with more than 17 years of experience on water and wastewater projects.
Andrew joined the Wessler team in 2016 and has played a key role in several projects, and, even with his busy schedule, takes time to answer everyone's questions.
We asked Andrew a handful of questions and found out about his love for travel, his blog on the Indy Eleven, and his passion for the Oxford comma!
Wessler's own Gary Ruston, P.E., BCEE, has been elected as President of the Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA) for 2018! Gary has been a member of IWEA - a leading organization in the State on water quality issues - since 1990.
Each year Operators, Engineers, Manufacturer Representatives and more to come together at the Indiana Water Environment Association’s annual conference in Indianapolis to discuss the latest in the world of water, wastewater and stormwater.
The 2016 IWEA Annual Conference had many great exhibits, speakers, and presentations, all providing new technology and services to the world of wastewater. How to save and reuse resources, and treat wastewater efficiently were reoccurring themes. We have recapped three hot topic presentations from last week's annual conference.
In case you missed it or need to see it again, Ryan Brauen's IWEA presentation is below.
In case you missed it or need to see it again, check out Gary Ruston's IWEA presentation.
What is your level of confidence that your Flow Meter is accurate? We'll go over; the basics of flow measurement, typical WWTP flow meters, accuracy vs precision, considerations, layouts and design, common issues, and methods to check.