Advanced Drinking Water Technology Workshop
The Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) held its second Advanced Drinking Water Technology Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, on May 7-10, 2000. The conference familiarized the technical staff of State drinking water programs with treatment technologies that will facilitate the implementation of EPA's Disinfection Byproducts (DBP) Rule and the Interim Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (IESWTR). The conference focused on small and medium-sized drinking water systems. For more information, contact Bridget O'Grady of ASDWA at (202) 293-7655.
The following presentations are in Microsoft® PowerPoint® format.
- The Stage 2 D/DBPR and LT2ESWTR -- Where are We Going?, (265K), Alan Roberson, AWWA.
- Compliance Strategies for Stage I and II DBPR: Four Case Studies, (1.0 MB), William Bellamy, CH2M Hill.
- U.S. EPA's Environmental Technology Verification Program, (73K), Bruce Bartley and Kristie Wilhelm, NSF International.
- Practical Applications and Engineering Aspects of UV for Drinking Water Treatment, (193K), John Dyksen, United Water Management and Services.
- Treatment Optimization and Comprehensive Performance Evaluations, (464K), Rick Lieberman, U.S. EPA.
- Filtration and Backwashing, (387K), Appiah Amitharajah, Georgia Institute of Technology.
- Technologies for Arsenic Removal, (604K), Thomas Sorg, U.S. EPA.
- Technologies for Radon and Radionuclides Removal, (45K), Thomas Sorg, U.S. EPA.