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Join the VA AWWA Drinking Water Quality and Research Committee for a closer look at regulatory updates, discussions of efficient use of water resources and exploration of innovative and relevant technologies. This seminar will be held at the Jepson Alumni Center on the University of Richmond campus in Richmond, VA and will include breakfast and lunch. 
The VA AWWA Drinking Water Quality and Research Committee invites you to our annual spring seminar. 
This full day of learning and networking explores the broad impacts of water management across the entire range of the water cycle. Additionally, we will hear from our PFAS legislation and testing experts as they weigh in on the final PFAS regulations.
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6 CECs for Professional Engineers/ 6 CPEs for Water Operators!
(4 Management Credits)
8:00-8:30 Check In and Continental Breakfast
8:30-8:45 Keynote Address
Dwayne Roadcap REHS, LPSS, AOSE , Director, Virginia Department of Health- Office of Drinking Water (VDH-ODW)
8:45-9:15 Regulatory Update
Steve Via, Director of Federal Relations, AWWA
9:15-10:00 One Water Principles in Virginia's New PFAS Law
Chris Pomeroy, President, AquaLaw PLC
10:00-10:15 Break
10:15-11:00 HRSD's Sustainable Water Initiative for Tomorrow: Multiple Water Challenges with One Water Solution
Jamie Heisig-Mitchell, Director of Water Quality, HRSD
11:00-11:45 Addressing Emerging Contaminants with Competing Goals
David Briley, Vice President, Hazen and Sawyer 
11:45-12:30 Lunch
12:30-1:15 One Water: A Case Study in WSSC Water’s PFAS Program
Priscilla To, Senior Scientist- WSSC Water
1:15-2:00 Integrated Strategies for PFAS Management: Advancing Source Tracking and Mitigation Techniques
Dana Gonzalez, Principal Technologist, Carollo Engineers
2:00-2:15 Break
2:15-3:00 Salts and Healthy Water: Considerations for One Water Framework
Lisa Ragain, Principal Resources Water Planner-Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
3:00-3:45 Source Water Management: Widening the Lens from Drinking Water to One Water
Jenn Cobb, Assistant Director, Newport News Waterworks
3:45 Wrap Up
"Early Bird" rates valid through April 19, then regular rates apply:
  • AWWA Member Rate-  Early Bird $150, Regular $165 
  • Non-Member Rate- Early Bird $200, Regular $220
  • Retirees- early Bird $50, Regular $70
  • Full-time Student- Early Bird $25, Regular $45
  • Event Sponsorship- $200
Credits: 6 Water Operator CPEs/CECs for Professional Engineers expected. 
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Jepson Alumni Center
442 Westhampton Way
University of Richmond
Richmond, VA 23173
United States of America
Cynthia Barnes


James Linton