CONNECTICUT ASSOCIATION OF WATER POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITIES
NOVEMBER 3RD, 2017 CAWPCA FALL WORKSHOP
THE AQUA TURF, PLANTSVILLE, CT
8:00 – 9:00
REGISTRATION, NETWORKING AND BUFFET BREAKFAST
9:00 – 9:15
Denis Cuevas, President CAWPCA
9:15 – 9:30
DEEP CLEAN WATER FUND UPDATE
George V. Hicks, Supervising Sanitary Engineer, Municipal Facilities, CT DEEP
9:30 - 9:45
DEEP CHANGES TO PRETREATMENT PROGRAMS
A brief presentation regarding significant changes that DEEP's Pretreatment Programs will be considering for the Categorical Industrial User and Miscellaneous General Permits in the coming months. These General Permits regulate a large number of industrial user discharges to POTWs throughout the state.
Oswald Inglese, Jr. - Director Water Permitting and Enforcement Division Bureau of Materials Management and Compliance, CT DEEP
9:45-10:30 MICRO GRID FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
An extended power loss can have devastating impact on wastewater treatment plants and the communities they serve. Fortunately, migrogrid technology has emerged as a winning strategy to not only increase your resiliency but also lower your energy costs.
Attend this presentation to learn more about how microgrids work, the benefits of having one, and the process for applying for your share of over $30 million in DEEP Grant money available now. Also get introduced to leading experts in the area of Technical Legal and Technical Owner’s Representation for Microgrid projects - Kendra McQuilton, CEO of ECG Group & Paul Michaud,; Esq, Michaud Law Group
10:30-11:00 Coffee & Cookie Break
COMMUNITY COASTAL RESILIENCY
The presentation will focus on the risk and vulnerability of the Town of Old Saybrook's on-site septic system to coastal flooding today and in the future. The key parts of the presentation will provide an overview of the Coastal Community Resilience Study, and present details on the risk and vulnerability assessment of Old Saybrook's wastewater treatment systems. It will also provide an overview of the next steps.
Samuel Bell, Senior Hazard Mitigation Specialist, GZA
Daniel Stapleton, Senior Principal, GZA
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING
The presentation will review the process of assembling the GNHWPCA's Emergency Response Plan which is intended to be a consolidated response reference for the full range of potential emergency conditions the GNHWPCA faces. The presentation highlights a recent emergency and how this "living document" generates "lessons learned".
Tom Sgroi, P.E., Director of Engineering, Greater New Haven WPCA
12:15 to 12:30
CLOSING ANNOUNCEMENTS / UPCOMING EVENTS
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