Champlain Water District: Presentation on using Drinking Water Residuals to Reduce Phosphorus in Lake Champlain

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Champlain Water District, Friends of Northern Lake Champlain, and Stone Environmental Inc., are hosting the entitled: The Use of Drinking Water Treatment Residuals to Manage Phosphorus: The potential for a by-product to improve water quality in Lake Champlain.


9:00-9:10 Introductions - Speakers and Attendees

9:10-9:20 Champlain Water District (CWD) overview - Jim Fay (CWD)

9:20-9:30 Phosphorus (P) 101 – Julie Moore (Stone Environmental Inc.)

9:30-9:50 What are Drinking Water Treatment Residuals (DWTRs)? Review of CWD’s filter and clarifier backwash freeze/dry treatment process - Mike Barsotti (CWD)

9:50-10:30 What is the potential for DWTRs for P management? Review of the scientific literature and research at CWD on P sorption by DWTRs - Don Meals (Ice.Nine Environmental Consulting)

10:30-10:40 Break

10:40-11:20 Review of current project of farm field tile drainage water treatment using DWTR media - Julie Moore (Stone Environmental, Inc.)

11:20-11:55 Legislative/regulatory process to improve water quality and application for use of DWTRs –Denise Smith (Friends of Northern Lake Champlain)

11:55-12:30 Final Q + A 

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  • Production Date: 11/12/2015
  • Catalog Number: none
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  • Length: *1:52:52
  • Town: Burlington
  • Geography: Burlington
  • Event Type: General
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