Technical Workshop

805 - Sustainability and Drinking Water Treatment Issues in the Midwest

Tuesday, June 5
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Lakeshore A

This half (½) day technical session will feature drinking water projects and systems that are developing their water supplies to be sustainable and reliable as well as addressing current drinking water treatment issues.

Presentations from featured Midwest utilities and contractors will include:

Minneapolis Water: "Minneapolis Water Works: 150 Years of Service"
Saint Paul Regional Water Services: “Water Supply, Treatment, and Distribution System Issues at the Saint Paul Regional Water Supply”
Minneapolis Water: "Use of Analytics to Predict Pipe Failure"
City of Appleton & CH2M: “Treatment Upgrades at Lower Costs – Appleton Water Treatment Plant Case Study”
City of Eagan & MDH: “Advancing Safe and Sustainable Water Reuse in Minnesota”
HRSD: “HRSD SWIFT Program – Sustainable Water Supply Program for the Hampton Roads Virginia Region”
Des Moines Water Works: “Des Moines Water Works Approach to sustainable Nitrate Treatment”
CH2M: “Columbus OH Dublin Road Treatment Plant Expansion and Water Quality Improvements”

Anita Anderson, PE, MS Environmental Engineering

Principal Engineer
MN Dept. of Health

Anita Anderson, PE, Principal Engineer with the Minnesota Department of Health. Anita Anderson has over 20 years of experience as a water supply engineer. Her primary area of expertise is surface water treatment, specializing in small systems. Currently she is also working on special projects to implement water reuse in Minnesota in a safe and sustainable way and to predict the vulnerability of groundwater drinking water sources to microbial pathogens.

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