July 30, 2019 - In This Issue:
Call for Abstracts - Deadline Extended to Midnight August 2
92nd Annual Meeting & Exhibition
February 3-4, 2020 at the Marriott Marquis, NYC

We have extended the deadline for submitting abstracts for NYWEA's 92nd Annual Meeting. Please submit your abstract by midnight on Friday, August 2. The Program Committee leaders are looking to compress the schedule to complete the program and make it available to members earlier to allow ample time for people to obtain employer approval to attend.

NYWEA's 92nd Annual Meeting is an educational conference where creative and  groundbreaking technologies regarding water and water resource recovery  issues are featured. We invite you to consider sharing your knowledge and  experiences so others can learn! This three day conference is the largest  water quality technical conference and exhibition in New York State. 

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Click here  for abstract submittal information.
Leadership Opportunities
Operator Representative on the NYWEA Board of Directors . We are seeking a licensed NYS Operator who is interested in serving as the Operator Representative to the NYWEA Board of Directors. This position reports to the Board on all operator activities that are taking place in the Association including membership on the Operator Certification Governance Council, interface with Chapter operator activity, and assistance with the Operations Challenge competition.  Please submit a letter of interest with your resume to Patricia Cerro-Reehil at  pcr@nywea.org  by August 5.

Vice President-Elect. How would you like to be President of NYWEA in 2023?
If you are interested in a long-term, career-enriching opportunity, please consider applying for this important position. All members are eligible to apply. Please submit your resume with a cover letter that highlights any of the attribute areas listed in the  Officer Responsibilities to: Patricia Cerro-Reehil, Executive Director at  pcr@nywea.org  by August 15.
NYC Watershed Science & Technical Conference
September 12 at Diamond Mills Hotel, Saugerties, NY

This year we are highlighting flooding and resiliency in a unique panel discussion.

The New York City Watershed is the largest unfiltered water supply in the United States, serving 9 million New Yorkers with about 1.2 billion gallons of clean drinking water each day. It is also home to nearly 1 million inhabitants. This "living watershed" poses unique challenges to scientists, engineers, managers, legislators, residents and stakeholders working and living within it. Attend this conference and learn more about water quality in the NYC Watershed!

On-line registration, click here.
Additional Exhibitor Registration, click here.
Sponsorship, click here.

To view program, click here.
Drinking Water
Call for Applications! Deadline Extended to Wednesday, September 11
Reduce WRRF Energy Costs by 5%!

Click here to check out this Youtube video to see what NYWEA members have to say about this important program!

"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).  

Contact Kathleen O'Connor (NYSERDA) for information at kathleen.oconnor@nyserda.ny.gov or (518) 862-1090 ext. 3422.

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