Northern Climate Treatment Wetlands workshop

June 15, 2007
Wetlands have been purifying waters naturally for thousands of years. Engineered treatment wetlands are recognized and accepted as a reliable method of improving the quality of municipal and industrial wastewater, landfill leachate, and stormwater. The 2007 Northern Climate Treatment Wetlands Workshop, sponsored by CH2M HILL and supported by the City of Calgary, is designed to provide participants of all skill levels from municipalities, industry, and regulatory agencies...

CALGARY, ALBERTA, Canada, June 15, 2007 -- Wetlands have been purifying waters naturally for thousands of years. Engineered treatment wetlands are recognized and accepted as a reliable method of improving the quality of municipal and industrial wastewater, landfill leachate, and stormwater.

The 2007 Northern Climate Treatment Wetlands Workshop, sponsored by CH2M HILL and supported by the City of Calgary, is designed to provide participants of all skill levels from municipalities, industry, and regulatory agencies with an understanding of the application of engineered treatment wetlands.

The event will be held August 13-17, 2007, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The course material will be taught by internationally recognized practitioners with state-of-the-art knowledge in a collegial and interactive environment. Topics include the planning, permitting, design, and operation of treatment wetlands, including: history and databases, sizing and cost, ecology design/construction/planting, hydraulic design tools, design for ancillary benefits, performance expectations, illustrative case histories, and planning and permitting considerations.

In addition to classroom discussion, a field trip will demonstrate the design, operation, and maintenance of treatment wetlands.

For more information, visit the CH2M Hill website at: www.ch2m.com/CalgaryTW_workshop

For information on registration, accommodation, or travel, contact:
Amy Drotar
Phone: 720-286-4233
Fax: 720-286-9919
Email: [email protected]

For technical information on the introductory workshop, contact:
John Pries
Phone: 519-579-3501 x3228
Fax: 519-579-8986
Email: [email protected]

Jim Bays
Phone: 813-874-6522 x4316
Fax: 813-874-3056
Email: [email protected]

For technical information on the advanced workshop, contact:
Bob Kadlec
Phone: 734-475-7256
Email: [email protected]

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