The Hawaii Water Environment Association hosted an inaugural worshop on May 28, 2015 at the Manoa Grand Ballroom at the Japanese Cultural Center. This workshop featured two important topics to Hawaii’s future in becoming a sustainable environment: Biosolids and Stormwater.
With respect to Biosolids, this technology is not at the forefront of waste management and we hope that this conference will shed some light as to what biosolids can offer. There will be speakers presenting on Oahu’s current masterplan for implementing biosolids and various biosolids technologies. There will also be speakers from the mainland to share their experiences and offer a different perspective on biosolids.
Stormwater principles are frequently changing and the speakers at this workshop will discuss the latest trends and technologies. Along with changing principles, the regulatory requirements are also constantly being modified and so a forum of city and state agencies have been assembled to discuss their Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Programs and be available for questions the audience may have.
Libby Stoddard, DOH – State of the State’s Sludge
Barry Ayers, City of San Diego – 17 Years of Operating the Metro Biosolids Center
Jordan Fahmie, AECOM – Honolulu’s Biosolids Master Plan
Steve Wirtel, Ostara – Beneficial Reclamation of Struvite
Mike Joyce, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants – Compressed Natural Gas as an Alternative to Cogeneration
Rapid Rise Phenomena
Comparison of Dewatering Technologies
Solids Pumping Alternatives
Robert Anderson, RJR Engineering—Stormwater Trends
Dawn Easterday and Jay Stone, Belt Collins Hawaii LLC— LID Techniques
Norm Scofield, Hawaiian Dredging and Construction Company—SWPPP Preparation NPDES Permit Compliance
Robert Bourke, Oceanit—Wetland Restoration
Ross Dunning, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants—Floating Treating Wetland
Randal Leong, State DOT, Harbors Division; Kelly Sato, State DOT, Highways Division; Darryl Lum, State DOH, Clean Water Branch; Randall Wakumoto, City and County of Honolulu, ENV Division—MS4 Forum
Lauren Roth Venu, Roth Ecological Design Int. LLC ‐ From gray to green (stormwater) infrastructure
Here at the Hawaii Water Environment Association, we want to give a huge thank you to all of the presenters at the Biosolids and Stormwater Workshop at the Japanese Cultural Center. The event was such a success because of the great men who helped organize the event, Jay Stone, Greg Arakaki & Brad Takenaka. Please see the … Continue reading Biosolids & Stormwater Workshop Presentations