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The Northeast Residuals & Biosolids Conference is going Virtual for 2020! Join us online to learn the latest trends in the management of biosolids and residuals, and it is a “must” for all those involved in the challenge of managing biosolids and residuals in the Northeast. NEWEA and NEBRA have designed a series of sessions and networking events to bring you the latest and greatest information, research, and technologies. View Flyer >> We are also offering Exhibit & Sponsor Opportunities! Check those out here >>
Join us every Thursday afternoon in October for the same great technical content you’ve come to expect, delivered in a new way with plenty of opportunity to interact with peers and colleagues.
October 1st – PFAS topics to include research into the fate of PFAS through water resource recovery facilities, destruction technologies, and a new study of the cost impacts on residuals/biosolids management programs. (2.0 CT/MA/ME/NH/RI & 2.5VT)
October 8th — Resource Recovery topics to include optimizing anaerobic digestion, co-digestion, and the potential for energy-generating projects at small scale facilities. (1.5 MA/ME & 2.0 CT/NH/RI/VT)
October 15th — Thermal Processes topics to include solids drying, pyrolysis, and co-digestion with thermal hydrolysis. (2.0 CT/MA/ME/NH/RI)
October 22nd — Regulators Roundtable, we will be working with NEIWPCC to bring together regulators from across the region and the country to provide updates on regulations, policies and programs related to residuals and biosolids management. (2.0 CT/MA/ME/NH/RI)
October 29th – Student Poster Contest being organized by NEBRA’s Research Committee will entice the best and the brightest students to present their research related to PFAS, solids handling, residuals management and beneficial reuse. (1.0 MA/2.0 CT/NH/RI)
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Training Contact Hours (TCHs) will be awarded for participating New England states. All registered attendees must access the event using their own device and unique username to receive TCHs. Due to the nature of tracking attendance, multiple attendees accessing event via a single, shared computer and username will not be eligible to earn credits. An email will be sent with instructions on how to participate prior to the event.