Several WSU Environmental Finance Center staff will present Kansas Water Environment Association (KWEA) and Kansas Section American Water Works Association (KsAWWA) annual Water and Wastewater Conference.
The organizations invited to present at this event are recognized as the leading technical and educational organizations dedicated to the enhancement and protection of Kansas’ water resources. Approximately 800 water quality professionals are expected to attend the conference Aug. 31-Sept. 2 in Topeka, Kansas.
Environmental Finance Center staff presentations will include:
- “Lead Service Line Replacement: Options for Replacement and Financing” presented by Nick Willis, senior program manager
- “Customer Affordability for Small Communities” presented by Michelle DeHaven, program associate
- “Leadership for Diversity” presented by Jeff Severin, EFC program manager
- “The Small Community Assistance Program (SCAP) Asset Management Tool: A free resource for utilities” presented by Brian Bohnsack, program manager and Jeff Severin
To learn more about these presentations, please contact the WSU Environmental Center at email@example.com.