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December 7, 2017

Donohue Receives Kenosha Water Utility’s 2017 Outstanding Support Organization Award

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Donohue was honored as Kenosha Water Utility’s (KWU) 2017 Outstanding Support Organization at their recent annual service recognition banquet. Donohue is only the fourth non-city entity to receive this award in the banquet’s 57-year history.

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October 26, 2017

Donohue Active in MWEA Sustainable Energy Seminar

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Michigan Water Environment Association’s recent Sustainable Energy Seminar included a panel discussion on “Nitrogen & Phosphorous Harvesting and Reuse” moderated by Donohue’s Mike Harvey. The panel consisted of Josh Gable of Centrisys Corporation and Allen Williams of Donohue. Allen’s presentation covered:

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October 19, 2017

Rushville Celebrates New CSO Treatment Facilities

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The City of Rushville, Indiana held a “Toilet Paper” Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on October 18th to celebrate the successful completion of its Long Term Control Plan (LTCP) Phase 3 project at their Wastewater Treatment Plant. This project involved the new and innovative application of cloth-media disk filters (CMDFs) to treat combined sewer overflows (CSO) along with an ultraviolet disinfection system. It is the first known application of CMDFs used for CSO treatment in the U.S.

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October 10, 2017

Jeremy Roschyk Presents at Indiana WEA Seminar

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Donohue’s Jeremy Roschyk, PE is a presenter at the Collections Systems Specialty Conference on Thursday, October 12 in West Lafayette, Indiana. He is co-presenting with Bill Schalliol from St. Joseph County on “A Sanitary Sewer Saga: New Carlisle Development Area – Sanitary and Water Improvements Project.” This year’s conference will feature several unique and fascinating projects competing for the title of “The Most Interesting Project in the World… That You’ll Probably Never See!” Projects will be presented before a five-person panel representing owners, designers, contractors, suppliers, and operators, using the following criteria to judge each project: Innovation, Value Engineering, Degree of Difficulty/Complexity, Collaboration, and Funding.

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October 9, 2017

Retaining Knowledge and Rainwater at WEFTEC

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For 10 years now, the Water Environment Federation's Students and Young Professionals have been finding ways to give back to the WEFTEC host city through a community service project. This year's project was at Chicago's Manierre Elementary School, where over 120 volunteers worked to convert part of their blacktop playground into a 900 square foot permeable outdoor classroom with over 400 square feet of native plantings draining into 400 square feet of bioswale. This project will alleviate playground flooding, assist in municipal stormwater management, and give the students the opportunity to study science and the environment in a more hands-on fashion.

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October 6, 2017

Inaugural Microbiome Summit Assembles Industry Experts

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The inaugural Microbiome Summit took place recently at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago. The goal of the summit was to promote the use of DNA analysis of the biology/biomass/ecology at work in a wastewater plant. This will be another tool that operators can use to help optimize their facilities to have the right mix of biomass to better accomplish the task at hand – whether it is biological nutrient removal or anaerobic digestion. Facility managers can also use this tool to help save money because if the right biology is present in an activated sludge system, then biological nutrient removal can be done to save chemical costs and energy costs. Subsequently, having the right biology in the anaerobic digestion system enables production of healthy amounts of biogas and hopefully limits upsets and downtime.

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October 2, 2017

Wojtkiewicz Presents at WIAWWA Conference

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Donohue’s Susan Wojtkiewicz, PE recently presented “Alliance for Water Stewardship: Stewardship in Wisconsin and Around the Globe” at the Wisconsin Section AWWA Annual Meeting. The presentation covered the key elements of the Alliance for Water Stewardship system and provided an overview of the AWS organization including its global context. Susan shared her experience in completing the AWS standard training and how the AWS standard and principles have guided her approach to water development and management in Wisconsin and other Midwestern states.

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September 25, 2017

Donohue Active in 90th Annual WEFTEC

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WEFTEC, the Water Environment Federation's Technical Exhibition and Conference, is the largest water quality event in the world. Starting September 30 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Donohue is excited to be involved through presentations, sponsorship, committees, and other activities:

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September 21, 2017

Donohue Welcomes Susan Wojtkiewicz, PE

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Susan Wojtkiewicz, PE is the newest member of Donohue’s team. She joins Donohue as a senior water engineer and project manager with 22 years of experience in providing environmental and civil engineering, project management, and funding assistance to municipal, county, and industrial clients throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota. Her expertise includes the planning, design, and construction of water treatment, wells, and distribution systems; groundwater sampling, modeling, and remediation; wellhead protection plans; aquifer testing; user rate studies; regulatory permits; and funding applications.

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August 17, 2017

Donohue Active in Indiana WEA Annual Conference

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The Indiana Water Environment Association's Annual Conference is taking place August 22-24, 2017 in Indianapolis and features presentations from Donohue professionals. We will also be in exhibitor booth #99 on August 22 & 23. Learn more here.

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