Beca’s water team is proud to be attending and presenting at the Water New Zealand 2019 Conference, held from 17-20 September in Hamilton.
The three-day conference will bring together public and private sector water practitioners, professionals and thought leaders from across the country, for forward-looking discussion, action, and presentations of technical papers. A particular area of attention this year will be regulatory reform in the three waters arena.
Our speakers and their presentation topics are listed below:
- Duncan Southwell and Garry Macdonald - Addressing Affordability for Water Infrastructure – Is There A “Silver Bullet?”
- Gareth Hall and Jessica Daly - Te Maunga WWTP Sludge Dewatering – Pilot Trials to Full Scale
- Langford Sue - Considerations for Selection of Energy Dissipation Valves
- Lisa Mace - Data Visualisation for Improved Understanding of Large Water Quality Datasets
- Michael Howden - How to Create A Digital Twin of Water in Aotearoa New Zealand
- Nathan Clarke - AD 101 - Anaerobic Digestion System Selection Considerations
- Sarah Burgess - CH2M Beca - Tauranga Wastewater - Energy and Carbon Footprinting
- Garrett Hall (co-presenting) with Tanvir Bhamji, Watercare and Brendon Green, Kaitiaki Advisory Limited - Using Wastewater Upgrades to Empower Cultural and Ecological Visions
Also attending and presenting will be Tom Scott from Black & Veatch, on ‘Conveying Raw Wastewater Over Long Distances – Technical Issues, Challenges and Solutions’.
The full programme, including times, topics and locations for the many great presentations scheduled throughout the conference, can be found on the event website here.