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

March 9, 2017 7:30 a.m. - noon
University Club of Milwaukee

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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.

Speakers

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

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Location
University Club of Milwaukee
924 E Wells St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202

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