Symposium Tour at Southern Regional Water Supply Facility is full

The tour of the Southern Regional Water Supply Facility on August 7th, 2012 is now full.  A waiting list has been established in case there are any cancellations.  Anyone interested in being placed on the wait list is advised to contact our general symposium chair at info@isawwsymposium.com

However, there is still room to register for the symposium itself (Aug 7-9) and for the full-day training course on cyber security (Aug 7).  See the registration page for more information.

 

ABOUT THE TOUR:

Facility: Southern Regional Water Supply Facility (SRWSF)
Date: Tuesday August 7th, 2012, late afternoon
Tour Host: Orange County Utilities
Transportation courtesy of Schneider-Electric

Symposium attendees have the option of signing up for a tour of a local water treatment plant. Located approximately 20 minutes from the symposium hotel, the tour offers a unique look at a state-of-art ozone-based water treatment facility. The plant, which was brought on line in 2012, uses a highly optimized process for removing the naturally-occurring sulfide that is present in much of Florida’s groundwater. Its fully automated and redundant control system ensures that the plant is able to continuously provide a reliable source of water for both drinking and fire-protection needs in Orange County. The tour will give symposium attendees a glimpse at how leading edge automation is being used in the municipal water sector to minimize costs, increase efficiency, and offer enhanced reliability.

About GrahamNasby

General Symposium Chair ---- Graham Nasby, P.Eng., PMP works for Eramosa Engineering Inc. (http://www.eramosa.com), which is a specialty engineering consulting firm that focuses on electrical engineering, system integration, data visualization, and SCADA master planning. Eramosa has extensive experience with the municipal water and wastewater sectors. Contact: [email protected]

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