Attend the 2017 NAWT Waste Treatment Symposium in Pennsylvania

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It’s time to make your plans for the eighth National Association of Wastewater Technicians (NAWT) Waste Treatment Symposium. The Symposium will be held Aug. 23-24 in Monroeville, Pennsylvania.

This event will give you all you need to know about the decision-making process for taking charge of treating your own wastes. Highlighted at this year’s symposium will be case histories of companies that have been through the same decision-making process. Presentations will be given by leaders in treatment processes and vendors sharing the pros and cons of various equipment. There will be ample time to network with attendees. There will also be two field trips:

  • McCutcheon Enterprises Inc., Apollo, Pennsylvania, a treatment facility where septage, grease trap and industrial wastes are processed and the resulting water is discharged to a municipal sewer system.
  • Kiski Valley Water Pollution Control Authority, Leechburg, Pennsylvania, a wastewater treatment facility where McCutcheon’s discharged water ends up. You will also see various pieces of equipment working with septage, grease trap waste and sewage sludge.

Check our website at for more information. This will be a real hands-on opportunity for those who want to take control of their disposal destiny.


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