Wet Weather Partnership Conference Presentations 2024

2024 Workshop Attendee List
2024 Workshop Program Agenda
Workshop Survey
Certificate of Attendance

Wednesday, April 24, 2024

  • Welcome to RVA, Bob Steidel, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, City of Richmond, VA
  • Update on the City of Richmond’s Wet Weather Program, April Bingham, Senior Director, City of Richmond Dept. of Public Utilities, VA
  • An Overview of DC Water’s $800 Million Design-Build Potomac River Tunnel Project, Moussa Wone, PhD, PE, DBIA, Vice President, DC Water
  • Smart Infrastructure Has a Whole New Look!
    • Moderator: Nischal Mishra, Xylem
    • Panelists:
  • More Equitable and Efficient Public Utility Revenue Generation.

Thursday, April 25, 2024

  • Rising Waters: Recent Happenings in Washington, D.C. That Will Impact Your Utility.
    • Amanda Aspatore, Chief Legal Counsel, National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), Washington, D.C.
  • A State Regulator’s Perspective on Wet Weather and Other Critical Issues for Public Utilities.
    • Melanie Davenport, Director of Regulatory Affairs and Outreach, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
  • Successfully Siting and Permitting Remote Wet Weather Facilities – the 70 MGD Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station.
  • Holy Water!  Integrated Water Planning in Charleston, South Carolina
  • Managing Continuous Change Within Your Smart Sewer and Community-Wide Infrastructure Programs.
    • Andy Shively, P.E., KC Water
    • John Pruss, P.E., Burns and McDonnell
  • “Eyes on the System” Provides Insights into Collection System Operations and Maintenance.
  • Alexandria’s RiverRenew: Achieving Statutory CSO Performance Measures (by Yesterday).
    • Caitlin Feehan, Chief Administrative Officer, AlexRenew, VA
  • Construction of the South Hartford CSO Tunnel.
  • A Deep Dive into Stormwater Developments and Trends.

Friday, April 26, 2024

  • Past the Growing Pains: A Smart Sewer System ‘s 10 Year!
    • Reese Johnson, P.E., PMP, Superintendent, Compliance Services Division, MSD of Greater Cincinnati, OH
  • East Bay MUD’s Regional I/I Reduction Journey to Wet Weather Regulatory Compliance – Finding the Signal in the Noise.
  • Jolly Good Transatlantic Innovations: Smart Sewer Technologies Forging the UK’s Next Gen CSO Solutions.
    • Luis Montestruque, PhD, HydroDigital
  • Navigating Regulatory Challenges and Utility Drivers through One Water Planning.
    • Trent Stober, P.E., HDR
    • Errin Kemper, Director of Environmental Services, City of Springfield, MO
  • Developments in Urban Wet Weather Enforcement, Permitting, and Litigation.

Thank You to Our Workshop Sponsors!