Residuals and Biosolids 2016
Conference: April 3-6, 2016
- Central States Water Environment Association
- Water Environment Research Foundation
North America’s longest running and most successful solids management conference provides an exclusive opportunity to network with researchers, thought leaders, and practitioners and explore unprecedented commercial and technical opportunities in biosolids.
This year’s conference will provide comprehensive information on how to achieve resource recovery, with topics ranging from the latest research on recovery technologies to examples of tools and approaches that support the development of resource recovery programs. The technical program is structured to benefit all attendees, offering valuable learning opportunities to both seasoned biosolids professionals and newcomers to the field.
Resource Recovery Featured in Milwaukee
Experience Gemütlichkeit (German for warmth, friendliness, and good cheer) as we convene for the 30thAnnual Residuals and Biosolids Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At the confluence of three rivers that join near Lake Michigan, the area has a long history of attention topreserving, protecting, and recovering water resources. The program includes several sessions focused on the recovery of energy and useful products from biosolidsin which research, project experience, and operating issues will all be addressed. Of special interest will be the celebration of the 90th anniversary of Milorganite™.
Central States WEA Welcomes Friends of Biosolids on Sunday,
Please join CSWEA to kick off RBC 2016 at the Friends of
Biosolids social event held at the Milwaukee Public Museum from 6:00pm-9:00pm
on Sunday, April 3. The event will be located on the first floor of the
museum allowing attendees to view several exhibits including the newly
renovated “Streets of Milwaukee”. The event includes food and beverages
(cash bar). The museum is just a short one block walk from the conference
hotel. Details to follow regarding cost and how to sign up.
This conference is organized by the Water Environment Federation (WEF), in cooperation with the Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA) and the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF).