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PennTec 2024 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition

PennTec 2024 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition

CREATING BETTER WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS, TOGETHER.

From Pennsylvania’s cities and suburbs to its boroughs and townships, we partner with communities on the design and construction of resilient, sustainable infrastructure to ensure a healthy water environment and a bright future for the Keystone State. Our team of water and wastewater experts leads the way in solutions that help ready your community for tomorrow’s challenges today.

At PennTec 2024, Gannett Fleming is bringing fresh perspectives and new ideas for your wastewater challenges. Our presenters will discuss the advantages of using sewer system modeling to tackle combined sewer overflow challenges and a novel management strategy that substantially increases wet weather flow rates. Our forward-thinking team members are eager to share their experiences with you as we work toward more reliable and resilient wastewater infrastructure, together.

Read on to learn more about the two technical sessions our team will deliver at PennTec.

WE ARE…excited to see you in State College!

June 16-19, 2024

Booth #TBD

The Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center
215 Innovation Blvd.
State College, PA 16803

Organizer: Pennsylvania Water Environment Association (PWEA)

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Check Out Our Two Presentations!

Case Study: Using Sewer System Modeling to Aid in Reducing CSOs in the Borough of Waynesburg’s Sewer System

MONDAY, JUNE 17 • 3:40 P.M.

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Andrew Crew
Senior Water Designer
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Derek Sellers, EIT
Water Designer
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Sewer system modeling is valuable for developing collection, conveyance, and treatment system improvement alternatives. Using the Borough of Waynesburg as a case study, Andrew and Derek will highlight Gannett Fleming’s modeling efforts and alternatives development. They’ll review the resulting treatment system improvements design that was part of the borough’s efforts to develop a revised long-term control plan in compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s combined sewer overflow policy.

Managing Wet Weather Challenges at the Pleasant Hills Authority WWTP

TUESDAY, JUNE 18 • 2:10 P.M.

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Bob Dengler, PE
Senior Project Manager
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Sanitary sewer systems are challenged with managing wet weather flows that substantially increase the flow rates to conveyance and treatment facilities that are not equipped to handle them. Join Bob as he describes how a novel flow management strategy enabled the Pleasant Hills Authority to double the peak flow capacity of its wastewater treatment plant without constructing new treatment tanks.

June 17 | 3:40 P.M.

Case Study: Using Sewer System Modeling to Aid in Reducing CSOs in the Borough of Waynesburg’s Sewer System

MONDAY, JUNE 17 • 3:40 P.M.

A smiling male with short, honey-colored hair poses for a headshot in a gray business suit.

Andrew Crew
Senior Water Designer
Connect on LinkedIn
Email Andrew

A smiling male with facial hair poses for a headshot in a white shirt and dark blue patterned tie.

Derek Sellers, EIT
Water Designer
Connect on LinkedIn
Email Derek

Sewer system modeling is valuable for developing collection, conveyance, and treatment system improvement alternatives. Using the Borough of Waynesburg as a case study, Andrew and Derek will highlight Gannett Fleming’s modeling efforts and alternatives development. They’ll review the resulting treatment system improvements design that was part of the borough’s efforts to develop a revised long-term control plan in compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s combined sewer overflow policy.

June 18 | 2:10 P.M.

Managing Wet Weather Challenges at the Pleasant Hills Authority WWTP

TUESDAY, JUNE 18 • 2:10 P.M.

A professional male wearing a dark suit jacket and red tie smiles for a headshot.

Bob Dengler, PE
Senior Project Manager
Connect on LinkedIn
Email Bob

Sanitary sewer systems are challenged with managing wet weather flows that substantially increase the flow rates to conveyance and treatment facilities that are not equipped to handle them. Join Bob as he describes how a novel flow management strategy enabled the Pleasant Hills Authority to double the peak flow capacity of its wastewater treatment plant without constructing new treatment tanks.

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