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Sarnia-Lambton Water Symposium 2017
Thu, 13 April 2017, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM EDT
You are cordially invited to attend the 3rd annual Sarnia-Lambton Water Symposium on April 13th, 2017 at the Lambton College Residence and Event Centre in Sarnia, Ontario, from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The symposium is a one day event and attendees will hear from provincial and federal agencies involved in the development of the Ontario water sector as well as Sarnia-Lambton based organizations working on water-related initiatives. The event will also include technical presentations showcasing water related technologies.
Listed below are the Symposium presenters
- Philip Keightley (MIG): "Storm Water Management - Best Practices, The Challenge Of Addressing Climate Change"
- Trevor Dickinson (University of Guelph): "Urbanization is Now Causing Most Floods in Southern Ontario"
- Saad Ulhaq (WCI Environmental Solutions Inc.): "Innovations in Aerobic Technologies and Treatment"
- Peter Huck (University of Waterloo): "Cyanotoxin Removal by Drinking Water Treatment Process"
- Tarek Rashwan (PhD Student UWO): "A More Sustainable Method for Converting Sewage To Energy using Self-Sustaining Smouldering"
- Susan MacFarlane (Lambton Area Water Supply System): "Assessing Energy Usage and Leveraging saveONenergy Opportunities at the LAWSS"
- Keith Galloway (Bishop Water Technologies): "Ammonia Control Using BioCord"
- Simeon Hunter (Syrinix): "Calmness - A Key Ingredient for Network Resilience"
- Holly Gray & Tony Powell (University of Waterloo): "Phosphorus Removal and Recovery Using Purifics Water Purification Technologies"
- William Robertson (University of Waterloo): "Old Wastewater Technology"
- Kim K Lewis (LiquiForce): "Renewing Infrastructure Through New Technologies"
- Ann Huber (Soil Resource Group & Flowers Canada): "Development of Water Treatment Best Management Practices for Greenhouses and Nurseries in Ontario"
- William A. Anderson (Genemis Laboratories Inc.): "AquaVial Development and Enhancement for Bacterial Analysis and Detection"
- Free parking will be available.