Downtown Hilton & City Center, Saratoga Springs, NY
This meeting attracts hundreds of participants engaged in a wide variety of technical presentations, panel discussions, and special-topic sessions on various aspects of watershed protection. Network with your peers in the Adirondacks!
Please consider this an invitation to help NYWEA improve! One action item identified in our business plan is to survey our members, and we
are doing just this! A survey has been designed to help us identify the areas that are most important to you and our water industry.
This is where we need your help! Please fill out the survey on your computer and submit it back to us by May 15 deadline.
"Strategic Energy Management Pilot Program for Water Resource Recovery Facilities"
Strategic Energy Management (SEM) results in continuously improving energy performance and long-term energy, cost, and carbon savings. Participation in the pilot will be cost-shared 100% by NYSERDA. The pilot includes training, coaching, on-site activities, and peer-to-peer knowledge sharing. Plants must spend a minimum of $200,000 annually on energy (all fuels).
Spring Technical Meeting & Exhibition The Saratoga Hilton, Saratoga Springs, NY
Activated Sludge Process Control Workshop Wallkill Golf Club, 40 Sands Road, Middletown, NY
Building New York's Water Resource Recovery Facility Interest in Strategic Energy Management
Washington County Municipal Center, Bldg. B, 2nd Floor Classroom,
383 Broadway, Fort Edward, NY
Frank J. Flood, Jr., NYWEA Past President
Class of 1954, Frank started at the Nassau County Department of Health as a Public Health Engineer after serving time in the Army. He transferred to the Nassau County Department of Public Works where he established the Environmental Engineering Unit and rose to Director of Environmental Engineering where he worked until retirement.
He studied further and became a Deacon at St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church in Massapequa, NY, serving until his passing. He was also an elected Water Commissioner for the Massapequa Water District.
Frank was very active in the New York Water Environment Association serving as president and delegate to the national Water Environment Federation. Frank received numerous awards and is a member of the NYWEA Hall of Fame.