Residuals and Biosolids Management Conference set for Salt Lake City

The Water Environment Federation (WEF), in cooperation with the Water Environment Association of Utah, will present the Residuals and Biosolids Management Conference & Exhibition 2004, February 22-25, 2004 at the Grand American Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah.

ALEXANDRIA, VA, Dec. 15, 2003 -- The Water Environment Federation (WEF), in cooperation with the Water Environment Association of Utah, will present the Residuals and Biosolids Management Conference & Exhibition 2004, February 22-25, 2004 at the Grand American Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Residuals and biosolids management has become an increasingly critical issue in wastewater treatment. This year's conference and exhibition is the best source for the latest research, regulations and guidelines to address political concerns and educate the public with fact-based messaging. In addition, WEF brings together experts in the field to discuss current and emerging technologies, as well as national and regional issues associated with public education, product marketing, and Environmental Management Systems (EMS).

Beginning Sunday, February 22, participants will choose from 21 extensive technical sessions, 3 conference workshops, and 5 technical tours. The educational presentations will focus on critical and noteworthy topics, including: research and development programs, land application, odor control, nutrient management, and building public support and tackling politics, among others.

Encouraged to attend are design engineering and construction professionals, municipal wastewater and water treatment system managers, residuals and biosolids generators and appliers, pollution control equipment manufacturers, local, state, and federal regulatory agency personnel, designers and operators of solids treatment facilities, industrial water and wastewater treatment professionals, farmers and agriculturalists, landscapers, and organic and inorganic residuals managers.

For more information about this conference, please visit http://www.wef.org/Conferences/.

Founded in 1928, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization with members from varied disciplines who work toward the WEF vision of preservation and enhancement of the global water environment. The WEF network includes water quality professionals from 79 Member Associations in over 30 countries.


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