ONLINE EVENT | Date: 3rd December 2020 (9.00am – 3.30pm AEST)
CONFERENCE
PURIFIED RECYCLED WATER FORINLAND COMMUNITIES 2020 ONLINE CONFERENCE
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Topics Covered Include:

Treatment for PRW – Trends for Inland Communities, Selection of the Treatment Train for the SWIFT Project, PRW Plants without RO– some US experience, F. Wayne Hill WRC & Community Engagement, All Options on the Table – Lessons learnt about community engagement on purified recycled water, Guidance on planning for PRW Schemes, Assessing & Managing Risk in PRW Applications, A perspective on PRW for NSW regional areas

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PRW 2020 Speakers
Learn speakers of the PRW 2020: Purified Recycled Water For Inland Communities 2020 Online Conference.
Reuse Innovation Lead and Vice President, Carollo Engineers, Austin, Texas, US
Director of Water Technology and Research, Hampton Roads Sanitation District, Virginia, US
Principal, IBL Solutions & Adjunct Professor, University of Queensland
Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, UNSW
Water industry consultant, Water Services Association of Australia( WSAA)
Senior Project Officer Drinking Water Risk Management - Water Unit, NSW Department of Health
Director and Principal, Risk Edge
Executive Officer, NSW Water Directorate
Chief Executive Officer, The Water Tower, Lawrenceville, Georgia, US
Business Development Manager | Clean TeQ Water Pty. Ltd
Senior Process Manager, Clean TeQ Limited
Senior Water Quality and Regulatory Advisor at Coliban Water
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PRW 2020 Schedule
Learn schedule, program and topics of the PRW 2020: Purified Recycled Water For Inland Communities 2020 Online Conference.
  • PRW – a climate independent source of water
  • Increasing interest in treatment trains that do not include RO –
    sustainability considerations
  • RO brine/concentrate disposal – waste of water & added costs can impact project viability
  • Quality differences & implications
  • Institutional capacity requirements
  • S E Virginia faces severe challenges with its water security and the SWIFT initiative was developed to address these challenges
  • Seven SWIFT plants will be implemented, producing drinking water from WWTP effluent with managed aquifer recharge being the final step
  • A Carbon-based AWTP treatment train was selected after extensive pilot testing comparing its operation to that of an RO-based configuration
  • Carbon-based advanced treatment (CBAT) has a long and successful history in the US
  • Demonstration plants show that CBAT can be applied in potable reuse applications
  • Successful application of CBAT depends on a rigorous understanding of water quality differences compared to the alternative RO-based treatment
    train.
  • Salinity, disinfection byproducts, constituents of emerging concern, including PFAS must be addressed
  • The history of water supply in North Georgia and its impact downstream
  • The FWH treatment train and focus on innovation
  • The importance of critical community partners in execution –
    Environmental & Heritage Centre and The Water Tower
  • The Water Tower’s integrated approach to advancing the water utility industry

MODERATOR:

  • IAN LAW, Principal, IBL Solutions & Adjunct Professor,
    University of Queensland

PANEL MEMBERS:

  • CHARLES BOTT, Director of Water Technology and Research, Hampton Roads Sanitation District, Virginia,US
  • EVA STEINLE-DARLING , Reuse Innovation Lead and
    Vice President, Carollo Engineers, Austin, Texas, US
  • MELISSA MEEKER , Chief Executive Officer,
    The Water Tower, Lawrenceville, Georgia, US
  • Hard Water from saline water sewer intrusion or other sources of high TDS often prevents cost effective reuse of wastewater. HIROX® can solve the problem.
  • Costly and unsightly brine ponds can be eliminated
  • Where nitrate or ammonia exceed allowable limits, BIOCLENS™ or BIONEX™ can achieve very low digit ppm without the need for RO.
  • The PRW solution we developed to protect the great barrier reef is perfect for inland communities.
  • 35 cities around the world have adopted PRW as part of their drinking water supply, with many more investigating and heading down that path.
  • Lessons learnt from Australian and international experience in
    community engagement on PRW use.
  • A snapshot of the ten most important lessons learnt.
  • Actions that the industry can take now, as a foundation for potentially considering the PRW option in the future.
  • Engage early
  • National guidelines – managing public health risk
  • Community consultation and acceptance
  • Comprehensive human health risk assessment
  • Process reliability and uncertainty
  • Is your organisation ‘PRW risk literate’?
  • What governance aspects do you need to meet?
  • How should you be managing your risks?
  • Do you have the right tools, at the right place, at the right time, to be confident your risk is being managed?
  • What and how are you monitoring to give you confidence in your processes?
  • January 2020 – 50 water supply schemes in regional NSW were at ‘high’ risk of failure.
  • Many implemented incremental strategies that pushed back their ‘day zero’ far enough to ensure ongoing water security
  • Some still have further investment to make to ensure water security,
    notwithstanding the fact that most dam levels have risen in the past 6 months
  • How can regional water utilities pursue climate independent water sources in a safe, affordable and sustainable manner ?

MODERATOR:

  • DAVID SHEEHAN, Senior Water Quality and Regulatory
    Advisor at Coliban Water

PANEL MEMBERS:

  • DANIELLE FRANCIS, Water industry consultant, Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA)
  • KATRINA WALL , Senior Project Officer Drinking Water Risk Management - Water Unit, NSW Department of Health
  • DR ANNETTE DAVISON , Director and Principal, Risk Edge
  • BRENDAN GUINEY ,Executive Officer, NSW Water Directorate
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