Two Donohue wastewater professionals recently shared technical presentations as part of the Wisconsin Rural Water Association’s 33rd Annual Technical Conference in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Brief summaries of the presentations follow.
Employee-owned Donohue & Associates, Inc. moved up one notch to No. 16 in the 2021 U.S. wastewater treatment plant rankings compiled by Engineering News-Record (ENR). Donohue has been ranked in the top 25 for seven consecutive years.
Six Donohue wastewater professionals will be sharing technical presentations as part of the Indiana Water Environment Association’s annual conference. Brief summaries of the presentations follow.
Donohue Vice President Terry Boyer presented the City of Charleston’s Nutrient Stewardship Project on July 15, 2021, at Terrydale Farms in Charleston, Illinois, hosted by the Coles County Farm Bureau. As part of their efforts to support education and outreach in the Embarras River Watershed, Coles County Farm Bureau partnered to host a field day focused on conservation practices. Presenters for this field day shared technical information about conservation, as well as updates on IEPA 319 Grant and Watershed Management Plan efforts.
Kam Law was presented with the 2020 Arthur Sidney Bedell Award and Kelly Lockerbie was presented with a "Golden Shovel" as a member of the...
The Central States Water Environment Association’s recent Annual Meeting featured two Donohue projects.
Donohue’s Mike Harvey, along with Carl Fedders, Public Works Director for the City of Battle Creek, recently presented “Battle Creek Biosolids Composting – Resource Not Waste”...
Donohue’s *Nathan Cassity* and *Eric Lynne* will be presenting “*Oxidation Reduction (ORP) and Alkalinity*” at the Activated Sludge BNR Process Control: Hands-On In The Real World (April 1) workshop led by the Water Environment Federation (WEF). This comprehensive workshop is presented by leading practitioners, sharing their experiences in an interactive environment.
Donohue’s Allen Williams will be presenting “Rising Lake Michigan Water Level Leads to 70 mgd Emergency Pump Station” at the Collection Systems 2021 Virtual Conference (March 23-25) held by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) in cooperation with the Michigan Water Environment Association. Allen’s presentation discusses Kenosha Water Utility’s (KWU) urgent response to rising Lake Michigan water levels by protecting the property and citizens with a permanent, risk adverse 72-million-gallon-per-day (mgd)) system, operational 7 months after initial concept.
Take a flyover tour of recent progress at the Sunrise Pump Station and Cascade Outfall construction site in Evansville, Indiana: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IqhgAOwp7A[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IqhgAOwp7A]. The Donohue project is slated for ENVISION certification, a distinction earned through the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure.