2016 Global Waste Management Symposium Participation
OBG kicked off the 2016 trade show season by sponsoring and participating in the Global Waste Management Symposium (GWMS) in Indian Wells, CA. GWMS is a biannual conference that delivers critical content and research in all areas related to solid waste engineering and management. OBG’s industry support and presence could be felt all throughout the conference, from presentations to a not to be missed client event.
GWMS attendees visited OBG’s booth to speak with our experts and learn more about our services. Visitors watched our corporate slideshow and live demonstrations of our Operations & Maintenance Process Control Monitoring (PCM)™ System on a 55” flat screen TV. Guests also vied for a chance to win one of our popular doorprizes – a virtual keyboard or an Amazon Echo.
Presentations & Posters
OBG’s industry experts shared their expertise and experience in leachate management lifecycle services, delivering a total of six presentations and one poster! Presentations can be accessed at the links below:
- Development of a Willow-based Evapotranspiration Cover System
- Lessons Learned on the Start-up and Operation of Two Leachate Treatment Plants
- Evaluating Effectiveness and Permanence of Selenium Treatment in a Bag House Material Matrix Using an Aqueous-Mediated Zero Valent Iron Reaction
- Organics in Landfill Leachate: The Pros (UV Transmittance Improvement) and Cons (Organic Fouling) of using RO Following Biological Treatment
- Co-Digestion of Food Wastes and WRRF Residuals
- Operating Data and Modeling Results from an MBR/RO Pilot System Treating Landfill Leachate
- POSTER: Process Control Monitoring (PCM) – An Innovative Approach to Leachate Treatment
OBG showed our industry support through the highest level of conference support – a Gold-level conference sponsorship.
OBG held a special event for clients and partners at the O’Donnell House in Palm Springs, CA which was a huge success.
More than 30 guests were transported to and from the event and many agreed it was a highlight of the conference. Attendees enjoyed breathtaking desert views, food, live music, and historical tours of the O'Donnell House, also known as Eye of the Desert.