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New York’s Water Event 2018

Lori Reid discusses one of the nation's largest drinking water treatment systems for PFAS and PFOS

OBG recently took part in the American Water Works Association (NYSAWWA) New York's Water Event on April 10-12, 2018 in Saratoga Springs, New York. During the conference, OBG’s team of water exerts shared some of the latest thinking on protecting and restoring drinking water quality, and addressing em...

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Advancing technical tools to improve municipal wet infrastructure

Meet Doug Jenkins, PE

Doug Jenkins, PE

Charles Douglas (Doug) Jenkins, PE joined OBG in March as Director of Wet Infrastructure, bringing leadership in the water industry and specifically in conveyance, water supply and distribution, and sewer and manhole repair and replacement. For more than 25 years, Doug has been the technical lead for major programs and projects...

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Improving performance and reliability in wastewater treatment: Q&A with Dr. Mark Greene

Mark Greene, PhD

Mark Greene, PhD is a leader in providing technical guidance for wastewater treatment and biosolids handling applications. He is an expert in biological wastewater treatment, particularly in the areas of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, anaerobic digestion for biosolids and high-strength industrial wastewater, and environmental process research and development. He...

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Hydraulic modeling for hazard potential classification of dams

Johan Anestad and Ahintha Kandamby discussed 2D hydraulic modeling at the 2018 VA Water Conference, Richmond, VA

OBG recently took part in the Virginia Water Conference, which was hosted by the Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association (VLWA) on March 4-6, 2018 in Richmond, Virginia.  During the conference's dam safety session, OBG's Johan Anestad, PE and Ahintha Kandamby, PhD, EIT discussed the importance of using two-dimensional (2D)...

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How will the fresh water nutrient criteria affect your wastewater treatment plant?

Bill Meinert,

A federal water quality criteria change called the Ammonia rule is making its way through the U.S. and may require operational changes or capital improvements to your wastewater treatment plant to meet tighter effluent limits. It’s important to understand key issues, al...

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OBG hosts seminar on drinking water quality

Andrew Seidel discusses "smart tanks" in distribution water quality management

OBG recently held a seminar on drinking water quality for industry professionals on December 5, 2017 in Liverpool, New York. Presented in partnership with UGSI Solutions (UGSI), the seminar offered presentations from industry experts on water quality control and management strategies, as well as a panel discussion and Q&A...

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Bill Meinert, PE presents on piloting and design of DC Water's pumping station odor control

September 2017 – New DC Water Headquarters Building construction underway, atop the modified O Street Pumping Station

On October 4, 2017, Bill Meinert, PE, a wastewater practice leader at OBG, presented at WEFTEC 2017, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference in Chicago, Illinois. The conference is the largest of its kind in North America and offers water quality education and training to water quality professionals from ar...

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2017 Tifft Water Supply Symposium

Rick Gell presents on the City of Ithaca's new water treatment plant

OBG sponsored, presented, and exhibited at the 2017 Edwin C. Tifft Jr. Water Supply Symposium, which took place on September 20 - 21, 2017 at the Marriott Syracuse Downtown in Syracuse, New York. Hosted by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) New York Section, the symposium features educational sessions...

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