WERF Research to be Showcased at 2013 WEF Conference in Nashville

WERF researchers will be presenting in the technical sessions on WERF OWSO and Energy research at Residuals and Biosolids 2013: Emerging Opportunities for Sustainable Resource Recovery, a special WEF conference. The presentations are scheduled as follows:

Session 2 Facilities Operation, Management and Planning

RB2A 1:30 pm May 6, 2013

John Willis, Brown and Caldwell

Economic Methods Matter – Appropriate Analysis Can Overcome the Biggest Barrier to Biogas Use
(WERF project OWSO11C10)

Session 5: Public Support

RB5B 4:15 pm May 6, 2013

Richard Kuchenrither, University of Colorado

New Biosolids Technologies and Processes for Developing Countries (WERF6C11)

Session 10: Bioenergy from Residuals I

RB10A 8:30 am May 7, 2013

Yuanming Tsai, Infilco Degremont

Pilot Study of Siloxanes Removal from Digester Biogas through Various Adsorbents (OSWO10C10)

Session 12: Collaboration to Advance Energy Sustainability Initiatives

RB12B 2:00 pm
May 7, 2013

Ralph Eschborn, AECOM

Road to Energy Neutrality – WERF is Paving the Way with a Focus on Biosolids Energy

Session 14: EPA/NBP/WEF/WERF Future of Biosolids

1:30 – 3 pm May 7, 2013

 

The Future of Biosolids treatment with specific regard to Resource Recovery

WERF research will also befeatured in a pre-conference Workshop on Sunday, May 5th. Workshop (B) Using Appropriate Economic Methodologies for Evaluation of Cost-Saving Projects, is a hands-on learning experience using the results of WERF’s OWSO11C10 project on the Barriers to Biogas Use for Energy Recovery.

Additionally, WERF Research will be showcased at the 2013 Energy and Water Conference, which includes researchers presenting on Greenhouse gas emissions research:

Session 3 Greenhouse Gases

03D 3:45 pm May 7, 2013

Anup Shah, Brown and Caldwell

Quantifying Fugitive CH4Emissions from Facultative Sludge Lagoons (WERF project U2R08)

Visit www.wef.org/conferences for futher details and registration information.