Facilitating Resource Recovery in Austin

 

Resource recovery….the term falls easily from our lips, and has increasingly been a focal point for solids managers worldwide. But how do you move from “saying” to “doing”, and transform a vision of resource recovery into reality? For answers to that question, join us in Austin, Texas on May 18-21 for Residuals and Biosolids 2014, where the theme is Sustainability Made Simple: Facilitating Resource Recovery.

 

The Opening General Session for the conference will set the tone for the entire event, featuring visionary and dynamic presentations on the current – and future – role of biosolids as a resource recovery tool, as well as a presentation from City of Austin leaders on how they leverage partnerships for resource recovery.

 

Both technical sessions and pre-conference workshops will also explore the full range of tools needed for successful biosolids management programs, with an emphasis on realizing resource recovery potential. Presentations will cover the latest research on new processes and process optimization, approaches to boost resource recovery potential, regulatory trends, and case studies from utilities demonstrating how they have moved toward sustainable biosolids management. We’re particularly excited about the program this year – not only because of its content – but also because it is structured to offer learning opportunities to seasoned biosolids professionals and newcomers to the field alike.

 

And, as always, the conference will offer tremendous opportunities to network with your peers and see the latest solids processing equipment on our action-packed exhibit floor.

 

In short, there isn’t a better opportunity to expand your biosolids horizons, so please join us in beautiful downtown Austin for RBC 2014 and register today!

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Facilitating Resource Recovery in Austin

 

Resource recovery….the term falls easily from our lips, and has increasingly been a focal point for solids managers worldwide. But how do you move from “saying” to “doing”, and transform a vision of resource recovery into reality? For answers to that question, join us in Austin, Texas on May 18-21 for Residuals and Biosolids 2014, where the theme is Sustainability Made Simple: Facilitating Resource Recovery.

 

The Opening General Session for the conference will set the tone for the entire event, featuring visionary and dynamic presentations on the current – and future – role of biosolids as a resource recovery tool, as well as a presentation from City of Austin leaders on how they leverage partnerships for resource recovery.

 

Both technical sessions and pre-conference workshops will also explore the full range of tools needed for successful biosolids management programs, with an emphasis on realizing resource recovery potential. Presentations will cover the latest research on new processes and process optimization, approaches to boost resource recovery potential, regulatory trends, and case studies from utilities demonstrating how they have moved toward sustainable biosolids management. We’re particularly excited about the program this year – not only because of its content – but also because it is structured to offer learning opportunities to seasoned biosolids professionals and newcomers to the field alike.

 

And, as always, the conference will offer tremendous opportunities to network with your peers and see the latest solids processing equipment on our action-packed exhibit floor.

 

In short, there isn’t a better opportunity to expand your biosolids horizons, so please join us in beautiful downtown Austin for RBC 2014 and register today!

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Lynne H. Moss, P.E., BCEE
Vice President, CDM Smith
 

Ms. Moss is a Vice President and environmental engineer with CDM Smith and recently celebrated her 30th anniversary with the firm. She specializes in the areas of biosolids management and odor control, with special interests in solids stabilization and sustainable biosolids solutions.

Lynne is actively involved in WEF biosolids efforts. She served as lead author for the WEF report Charting the Future of Biosolids and was both editor and a lead author for the subsequent Enabling the Future of Biosolids: Resource Recovery From Biosolids. She also authored land application chapters in recent guidance manuals issued by WEF, and served as both Principal Investigator and Co-investigator for several WERF projects. She recently led the WEF Residuals and Biosolids Committee’s Sustainable Residuals Use Subcommittee and is Chair of the 2014 RBC Specialty Conference Planning Committee.

Lynne is also active in the Water Environment Association of Texas, serving for many years as chair of the Biosolids Committee and also as Executive Board Secretary. She was recognized with the Ronald B. Sieger Award for her contributions to WEAT.