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Going green and saving green: strategies for meeting phosphorus requirements in Wisconsin waterways

March 9, 2017|Milwaukee, WI|7:30 AM - 12:00 PM


Join us for a complimentary seminar on March 9 addressing current issues and challenges presented by phosphorus regulation. This program will provide useful information for WPDES permit holders, agricultural interests, business and environmental management and elected officials.


Keynote address: Kevin Shafer, Executive Director of Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

Panelists: Tom Sigmund, Executive Director of NEW Water; Michael Mucha, Chief Engineer and Director of MadMSD; Lynn Lorenson, City Attorney for the City of Oshkosh

Discussion Topics

  • Phosphorus water quality limits and challenging compliance issues facing WPDES permit holders
  • Technology costs associated with compliance at the “end of the pipe”
  • Alternative options such as trading and adaptive management
  • The EPA's expected final decision on the proposed mutli-party variance discharge option
  • Other issues and practical suggestions for legal compliance strategies


Date & Time

March 9, 2017

7:30 AM - 12:00 PM


University Club of Milwaukee

924 E Wells St.

Milwaukee, WI 53202

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