Water Reuse Europe – American WateReuse Association joint webinar on potable reuse | speakers

Water Reuse Europe – American WateReuse Association joint webinar on potable reuse | speakers

23rd June 2021 Uncategorised 0

 

Find out more about the speakers at our webinar on “Potable Reuse: What Prospects for Europe?” on the 24JUNE2021


Peter Asteberg

Infrastructure Project Manager | Norconsult, SWEDEN.

Mörbylånga DWTP: Municipal drinking water from sea and industry

In May, 2016 Peter Asteberg accepted the challenge to manage the planning, design and construction of the first direct potable reuse facility for municipal drinking water production in Sweden and Europe. At that time, Peter was an experienced Project Manager but had never seen a reverse osmosis plant in operation. Peter holds a Master of Science degree in Civil engineering, and is a Certified Project Manager according to the standards of the International Project Management Association (IPMA). Since 2020 he works for the Norwegian consulting firm Norconsult.


Jérôme Bortoli

Director General | Vendée Eau, France.

Jourdain: an experimental demonstrator for an IPR solution in Vendée.

Jérôme Bortoli is an engineer from the Ecole des Mines, a graduate of Stanford University and holds a postgraduate degree in management and innova@on from ESSCA. Jérôme BORTOLI has been working for 30 years in the fields of water and the environment. He has worked as a consultant in engineering offices and for the World Bank, and then as the director of an agri-food company un@l 2012.For the past 1 year, he has been director of Vendée Eau, a local authority that supplies drinking water to 650,000 inhabitants. For the past 10 years, he has been director of Vendée Eau, a local authority that supplies drinking water to 650,000 inhabitants.


Craig Lichty, P.E.

Project Director, Vice President at Black & Veatch, USA

Craig has 35 years of consulting experience focused on applied research, planning, design and implementation of water recycling projects, including potable reuse. He has helped clients plan and deliver several of the largest reuse programs in the U.S., comprising over $2B in completed facilities. Craig served on the Board of Trustees for WateReuse California for 12 years, including Past President. During this period, he worked with the membership to drive legislation and funding mechanisms that led to development of the current regulatory platform for potable reuse in the State of California. Craig is currently serving on the WateReuse Association Board of Directors at the national-level as Vice President.  Most recently, Craig served as Project Director for a 4-MGD advance water treatment plant and groundwater injection well facilities completed in 2019 for Pure Water Monterey, the first potable reuse project in Northern California.


Julien Orsoni

Project Manager prospective studies | Vendée Eau, FRANCE

Jourdain: an experimental demonstrator for an IPR solution in Vendée.

Julien Orsoni is an engineer in water sciences. After 13 years in a technical design office, he joined Vendée Eau in 2016 to be project leader of the project JOURDAIN, for the reuse of treated wastewater to secure drinking water in the long term in Vendée.


Andrew Salveson

Andrew Salveson, P.E., Vice President, Water Reuse Chief Technologist | Carollo Engineers, USA

Potable Reuse in the United States: How we got here? What are we doing? What does it mean?

Andy has 27 years of environmental consulting experience and is a nationally recognized expert in water reuse treatment and regulations and provides guidance and expertise on state-of-the-art technologies. Andy has been working on potable reuse projects since 1998 and is part of teams implementing projects as small as <1mgd and greater than >300mgd (>1,000 megaliters per day). Andy’s work spans the United States with select expert support in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. Andy is a proud contributor to NWRI, WHO, and WRF expert potable reuse regulatory panels in California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Colorado, as well as international (WHO & Israel) and national (NWRI) efforts. Andy has also authored key technology guidance texts for water reuse and disinfection, including for WEF and NWRI.

 


Emmanuel Van Houtte

Emmanuel Van Houtte, Director of Water Reuse Europe and Geologist | Aquaduin, BELGIUM.

Emmanuel van Houtte is a Geologist at Aquaduin, Belgium. He has extensive experience of technologies for water reuse and more specifically ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis. Emmanuel has developed a sustainable groundwater management system, resulting in the development of a project for artificial recharge of the unconfined dune aquifer of St-André. Because no other water sources were available for year-round aquifer recharge, the IWVA decided to use reclaimed water from the Torreele facility for the production of infiltration water. The Torreele reuse/ St-André infiltration project is operational since July 2002.


Troy Walker

Water Reuse Practice Leader | Hazen and Sawyer, USA

Potable Reuse in the United States: How we got here? What are we doing? What does it mean?

Troy Walker is the Water Reuse Practice Leader for Hazen and Sawyer.  He has over 25 years of experience in the planning, design, piloting and operations of advanced treatment systems for water reuse in the United States, Australia, Singapore and South Africa.  Originally from Sydney, Australia, Troy had a leading operations role for the Western Corridor Recycled Project during Australia’s millennium drought.  Relocating to Phoenix Arizona in 2013 Troy leads Hazen’s water reuse practice and is engaged in water reuse projects in California, Florida, Virginia and Tennessee.  He has also led a number of research projects focused on the development of direct potable reuse.


 

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