Speaker: Claus Homann, COO Aarhus Water Ltd – Aarhus, Denmark
Topic: Aarhus Water Ltd – The Borderless Water Utility. This talk will describe how a combined water/wastewater utility was created and employee innovation/ingenuity has been used to grow services, increase productivity, reduce costs, achieve net-positive energy production, prepare for future sea level rise, and create a great place to work.
Date/Time: Wednesday, August 9, 2017, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Dave & Busters, Pa’ina Hale (2nd floor)
1030 Auahi St
Honolulu, HI 96814
Cost: $20.00 (lunch buffet) checks payable to “HWEA” or cash at the door
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Mail check and reservation form to:
Hawaii Water Environment Association
c/o Roger Babcock
UH Manoa, Civil Engineering Dept
2540 Dole Street, Holmes Hall 383
Honolulu, HI 96822
Or FAX form to: 956-5014
Please RSVP by noon on Friday, August 4, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year the success of the conference depends on the generous donations of individuals, firms, and companies. Donation levels ranging from iron ($300) to Platinum ($2000) are available. You can also purchase advertisement space in the conference brochure or support the community service event directly. In addition, we are always on the lookout for great door prizes to give out to attendees throughout the conference. See the Conference Donations Flyer or contact Keith Faufata at email@example.com or (808) 628‐1534 for more information.
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Aloha HWEA members and friends,
The Hawaii Water Environment Association will be hosting a beach-clean up at Sand Island State Recreation Area on Sunday, November 22, 2015 at 9am . The event is open to all members and their family and friends. We will be providing cleaning implements and water jugs, but if possible please bring your own/extra:
– Work Gloves
– Reusable bags (such as feed bags, pillow cases or buckets)
– Covered shoes for rocky areas
– Sunscreen and hat
– Coolers, tents, hibachi, food and beach toys
– REUSABLE water bottle
Stick around to participate in the raffle* and enjoy the beach. We will potluck after so feel free to bring your favorite dish. Please RSVP here or to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also stay posted about the event at www.hwea.org.
*Please email us if you would like to donate anything for the raffle
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February 10-12, 2016
Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa; Maui, HI
This Annual Conference is jammed packed with opportunities to get involved in setting industry standards as well as countless occasions to network. Also take advantage of the technical tracks, including Municipal Forum, to enhance your continuing education.
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HWEA/AWWA Young Professionals (YP) Film Event
By Dayna Fujimoto
The HWEA/AWWA Young Professionals (YP) hosted a film event on Friday, August 13, 2010 at the HDR/HPE conference room in downtown Honolulu. Both YP and non-YP members of HWEA and AWWA attended the event to watch the 90 minute documentary called “FLOW – For the Love of Water”. While enjoying pizza and chips, viewers learned about critical water issues and the growing privatization of water around the world.
The evening concluded with a surprise commentary from special guests, Elson Gushiken and Eldon Franklin. YPs learned of the wealth of Elson’s and Eldon’s knowledge and experience as they shared with us some of the history of water in Hawaii and inspired us to become more involved in the engineering community. We thank them for joining us and for their inspiring words of wisdom.
Special thanks to HDR for letting us use their conference room, laptop, and projector. Thank you to ASCE YMF for sponsoring the cost of parking and to Troy Ching for reserving the conference room for us.
AWWA|HWEA Young Professionals
Monday, August 30, 2010
The AWWA|HWEA Young Professionals (YP) held a general meeting on August 30, 2010 at Hukilau Café in downtown Honolulu. The main purpose of the meeting was the gather feedback from other members regarding what activities they would like to participate in and how YP could be improved. There was a strong interest in tours relating to water and wastewater facilities. Other interesting ideas for activities included ghost tours, hikes, and joint activities with ASCE Younger Member Forum (YMF). Upcoming potential events including the YMF Make-a-Difference Day and the University of Hawaii, College of Engineering Career Fair were announced.
Overall, the meeting was a success. YP members enjoyed some pupus while discussing new ideas for future YP activities. The meeting was a great networking tool to meet new people and catch up with old classmates.
The next meeting is tentatively scheduled for the end of this year. All YP members are encouraged to participate. An announcement will be sent out in the next few months.