The Redwood Empire Section’s P3S Committee will be holding its next meeting at Napa Sanitation District on April 15, 2014 from 9:30-11:30am.  See the attached flyer for details.  There is no cost to attend P3S Committee meetings.  Light refreshments will be served.

 We hope to see you there!

 Please RSVP to Chris Murray at cmurray@srcity.org or 707.543.3393.

Mark the date on your calendar – and plan to join your golf buddies at the Indian Valley Golf Course on Friday, July 11th, for the RES annual golf tournament.   http://www.indianvalleygolfclub.com/

The cost is $80 per player, which includes green fee, cart rental, $5.00 per player in the pro shop prize credit, range balls, tee signs, and tournament scoring.  Look for an email notice soon about this event.

Mark your calendar for the afternoon/evening on May 22nd – then join your peers for a tour of the American Canyon Wastewater Treatment Plant, featuring membrane filtration technology.   After the tour, we will meet back up at Ristorante La Strada for drinks, dinner, and presentations from Peter Lee, American Canyon Wastewater System Manager http://cityofamericancanyon.org/index.aspx?page=237  & Ed Myers, Lescure Engineering http://www.lescure-engineers.com/ .  Cost $30 member, $40 non-member, $10 student.   

Look for an email notice of this meeting soon.

The Redwood Empire Section Pretreatment, Pollution  Prevention and Stormwater (P3S) Committee invites you to attend the next meeting at the Santa Rosa Laguna Treatment Plant on January 28, 2014.  All are welcome to attend!  Come meet with other wastewater professionals to discuss current P3S topics and hear a special presentation  given by William C. Zavora, P.E.

William C. Zavora, PE. Bill is a Senior Applications Engineer with Calgon Carbon Corporation.  Based in Petaluma, he provides technical support to the Calgon organization and its customers throughout the Western USA and Latin America. Bill has more than 25 years of process engineering experience, including spending over half his career focused on successful activated carbon applications. A particular emphasis throughout his career has been wastewater and water treatment. He has authored numerous papers and routinely speaks at conferences and seminars. Bill received a BS in Material Engineering from Virginia Tech and is a registered civil engineer in California and Pennsylvania.

Refreshments will be provided.

Here is the Flyer

The Annual Awards Dinner for the CWEA Redwood Empire Section took place on November 22nd at Zio Fraedo’s Restaurant in Vallejo.  See the pics….