Center for Clean Water Technology to Host 2024 Symposium on June 12

The Center for Clean Water Technology will host the 2024 Clean Water Symposium on Wednesday, June 12, at the Charles B. Wang Center.

Leading scientists from across the nation and Long Island public officials will exchange ideas and explore the state of science regarding the treatment of drinking water and wastewater:

  • Mitigating Nitrogen and Phosphorus Pollution from Onsite Wastewater
  • Remediating Nitrogen and Phosphorus Beyond the Source
  • Ending the Forever of PFAS “Forever Chemicals”
  • Removal of Pollutants of Concern

The symposium’s keynote speaker is Lisa Alvarez-Cohen, the Fred and Claire Sauer Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. Other speakers include Lee Blaney, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Department of Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Engineering; Paul Dombrowski, director and senior remediation engineer at ISOTEC Remediation Technologies; and Xiao Su, University of Illinois, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering.

Register for the symposium online.

Funded in 2015 by the New York State Environmental Protection Fund and administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the Center for Clean Water Technology is tasked with harnessing science to engineer clean water solutions for the protection of public health and the environment while promoting economic development in New York and beyond.

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