Carbon Footprint Implications from Biosolids Management Practices
01/27/2010 - 2:00 - 4:00 pm EST
This National Biosolids Partnership (NBP) webcast will bring together wastewater utilities and regulators who will explore the regulatory environment, implications of land application of biosolids for reducing carbon footprint and costs, green aspects of biosolids processing and use, and a case study of how a utility’s biosolids program got green. Join NBP for the first of four free quarterly webcasts based on critical biosolids technical topics.
- Learn how land application affects a utility’s carbon footprint;
- Understand how bioenergy options were assessed and evaluated to aid in decision-making
- Identify critical regulatory and other factors
Dick Lanyon – NBP Steering Committee Chair – Welcome Remarks
Patricia Scanlan,– WEF Carbon Task Force Chair - Beyond Green: Energy Production Opportunities with Biosolids
Bob Bastian, U.S. EPA – Green Regulations Update: What to Watch Out For
Chris Peot, (DC WASA) – How DC Water & Sewer Authority Assessed its Carbon Footprint for its Land Application Program
Bob Dominak, (NEORSD) - How Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s Biosolids Program Got Green
Registration is now closed for this event.
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be earned for participating in a webcast. Please note: Webcast participants are responsible for exploring their state requirements to have their Educational Credits approved for credit.