The International Forum on Advanced Environmental Sciences and Technology (iFAST) aims to provide an interactive forum to bring eminent scientists together to share their most recent advances in environmental sciences and technology with interested students, faculty, and other researchers. It also provides an opportunity to foster interdisciplinary networking among environmental researchers, engineers, and the general Continue Reading »
NWRI is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Orange County, California, which administers independent advisory panels that help protect public health by providing unbiased, thirdparty, expert review of state, regional, and local water resources management practices.
The City of Tampa is evaluating indirect potable reuse to optimize and integrate community water supply and environmental sustainability investments. Continue Reading »
This award is given to a member of the Association who is not involved in a leadership role but who has been very active behind the scenes to further the goals and vision of the Association and has contributed significantly to the Association.
Dr. Glen Daigger and Dr. Nancy Love, with their co-authors have been selected by ASCE’s Environmental and Water Resources Institute to receive the 2021 Wesley W. Horner Award for the paper, “Progress and Promise Transitioning to the One Water/Resource Recovery Integrated Urban Water Management Systems,” that appeared in the October 2019 issue of the Journal Continue Reading »
Professor Lutgarde Raskin delivered a keynote lecture on the role of biofilms in anaerobic biotechnologies for resource recovery from waste streams with a focus on anaerobic dynamic membrane bioreactors. This research was led by Tim Fairley in collaboration with Steve Skerlos. Professor Raskin also participated in a Panel Discussion on the Grand Challenges and Continue Reading »
On Dec 6, 2020, Prof. Glen Daigger (lead organizer), Prof. Robert Nerenberg (University of Notre Dame), Jeff Peeters (SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions), Dwight Houweling, and John McConomy (OXYMEM) organized a workshop regarding the Current Status and Emerging Applications of MABR. With 192 attendants involved in heated discussions, the workshop was a great success! Continue Reading »
About the Water Tower
Gwinnett County has a reputation for being proactive, especially when it comes to water. The F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Facility, constructed in the early 2000s, is still considered one of the most advanced water reclamation facilities on the Eastern Seaboard. The leadership on the County Commission and at the Department Continue Reading »
Featuring such notable individuals as Liam Neesom (narrator), Matt Damon, Jaden Smith, and our own Professor Glen Daigger, this documentary tells the positive story about how global water problems are being addressed. In doing this it also demonstrates the wide variety of emerging approaches that are proving effective in different contexts. We need this positive Continue Reading »
Several members of the Environmental Biotechnology Group recently received awards and fellowships!
Avery Carlson received the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC)’s Martha Hahn Memorial Award, which is presented to the highest-rated abstract in the Municipal Symposium track. Avery received the award for his paper, “Troubleshooting Long-term Biofouling by Dispersed Bacteria in Full-scale Continue Reading »
Dr. Lutgarde Raskin was honored with the Ardern-Lockett award at the International Water Association’s 2019 Microbial Ecology and Water Engineering Specialist Conference (MEWE2019). The award recognizes outstanding contributions to research and practice in the field of Microbial Ecology and Water Engineering. Dr. Raskin’s work strives to use sustainable design approaches to understand and improve the Continue Reading »