Theater 5

    • Wednesday

      Rahul Shah: Speaking in the Theater 5

      11.00 - 11.30

      Rahul Shah

      Don’t Let It Flow Away: Techniques for Water Conservation

      Learn how to make a splash with your water conservation efforts AND your bottom line by attending our seminar which will show you how investing in water-efficient technologies can yield a significant return on investment by reducing operating costs and enhancing your sustainability profile.

      David Linville: Speaking in the Theater 5

      11.45 - 12.15

      David Linville
      Aqua Smart, Inc.

      Holistic Water Quality Using Less Phosphorus

      Limiting corrosion, scale and bacteria are challenges for drinking water operators. Removing phosphorus is a challenge for wastewater operators. These issues continue to become more challenging in the face of new regulations, technologies, monitoring capabilities and public awareness. Learn how these issues are linked, and how to reduce chemical and phosphorus usage while improving water quality.

      Leonardo Courtade: Speaking in the Theater 5

      12.30 - 13.00

      Leonardo Courtade

      When we talk about water, let's be clear.

      This seminar is centered on reducing the footprint of a potabilization and filtration plant and increasing and making its production more sustainable by reducing the waste of water and energy in backwashes while improving water quality using zeolite filter media instead of traditional filter media

      Nicholas Benz: Speaking in the Theater 5

      13.15 - 13.45

      Nicholas Benz
      Sensor Industries

      Malfunctioning Toilets: The #1 Indoor Water Waste Fixture

      A leaky toilet can waste up to 5000 gallons of water in a day. With well over 200 million toilets in the USA, and knowing that at least 20% of them are leaking at any given time, there is a tremendous opportunity to increase our water use efficiency and have a material impact on conserving this precious resource.

      David J Rubinstein: Speaking in the Theater 5

      14.45 - 15.15

      David J Rubinstein

      Smart Stormwater Systems Mitigate Flooding in Vulnerable Areas

      Smart stormwater systems with continuous monitoring and adaptive control (CMAC) implement dynamic stormwater management by utilizing intelligent valves, gates, and pumps that can be automatically operated and adjusted based on real-time conditions By integrating the weather forecasts, hydrologic models, and historical data, so decision-makers can make informed choices regarding emergency response and infrastructure maintenance. This presentation will share case studies highlighting benefits and outcomes