Note: Tyler Hammerle is a project engineer at Wessler Engineering and just attended his first Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA) Annual Conference. We asked him to write about some things he took away from the 2019 technical sessions he attended. Below is a summary of a presentation on activated sludge, in Tyler's own words.
Wessler is proud to announce Katie Jackson, E.I., as the subject of this month's Employee Spotlight! Katie joined Wessler in 2016, and currently serves as a project engineer in both our wastewater and wastewater collection systems groups.
We asked Katie some questions so that we all can get to know her a little better, including her love for the great outdoors and rescuing animals! Congratulations, Katie!
Did you miss our most recent webinar "Alternate Sewer Rehabilitation Methods: EXpanding the Toolbox?" If so, watch the recording now!
A wise man once said, “If you don't know where you're going, you might not get there.” That man was the eccentric Hall of Fame baseball catcher, Yogi Berra. While Yogi only knows exactly what he was referring to when he uttered these words, the lesson can be applied in many different arenas. Believe it or not, one of these is managing a wastewater collection system…
This past September, the City of Monticello Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) was the site of a Lunch and Learn, as well as a comprehensive tour of the new and improved plant that was last upgraded 17 years ago. The event was hosted by the Indiana Water Environment Association Residuals and Resource Recovery Committee and the City's Wastewater Superintendent, Adam Downey. The Lunch and Learn included presentations on the various aspects and details of the improved plant. The included video highlights the day's activities and shows off some of the new improvements.
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.
Rain, Rain Go Away. If you live just about anywhere in the Midwest, it may be a few days since you have seen the sun. Large amounts of rain can be a cause of headaches in many communities.
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