Energy Efficiency & Asset Management Conference, April 11-12, Merrimack, NH

  • 11 April 2018 To 12 April 2018
  • Event Location : TBA, Merrimack, NH, United States
Event Description

Knowledge is Power! Know Your Assets and Understand Your Energy Use

This two-day conference, offered by NEWEA Energy and Asset Management Committees, will explore asset management, energy efficiency, cost analysis, decision making, data collection, and sustainability. A facility tour of Merrimack WWTF and Anheuser Busch anaerobic digester process.

This conference is a “must” for all wastewater practitioners and industry professionals, especially those involved in asset management, reducing overall energy usage, and increasing the sustainability of their wastewater treatment facilities.

Training Contact Hours will be awarded for operator recertification.

  • Event type
    • Conference

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