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Seminar Series

What’s New: Every week the Center for Clean Water Technology team meets to review research projects. The Center is opening a selection of those meetings to the public via Zoom on the first Monday of every month at 11:30 AM. 

Why Join Us: Contamination of ground and surface waters on Long Island is accelerating  and marked by the devastation of the ecosystems in some of Long Island’s beautiful bays and estuaries. Contamination of drinking water wells with, as yet, unregulated compounds, presents real concern. Technology holds the promise to solve some of these types of problems and we are accelerating the pace of innovation in full water lifecycle technology.  

What to Expect: There will be a 30-45 minute presentation on one of the Center's many research projects followed by feedback from the Center's diverse group of faculty collaborators and researchers and a Q&A from meeting participants. 

How to Join:  Join the seminar series by clicking HERE for our Zoom meeting. Seminar presentations will be recorded and available for viewing via the links below. 

Meeting ID: 962 7883 7912 

Password: 830030

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Upcoming Presentations

October 5, 2020 - Evaluating Nitrogen Transformations in Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment, Ms. Samantha Nyer

November 2, 2020 - Next Generation of Nitrogen Removing Biofilters, Mr. Frank M. Russo, P.E. & Mr. Siwei Chen

 

Archive

May 4, 2020 - The New York State Center for Clean Water Technology: Innovating Solutions to Protect Our Most Vital Resource, Dr. Christopher Gobler

June 1, 2020 - Optimizing the Design of Non-proprietary Nitrogen Removing Biofilters (NRBs) to Solve the Onsite Septic System Crisis on Long Island , Dr. Stuart Waugh & Ms. Caitlin Asato

July 6, 2020 - Alternative Treatment Technologies to Mitigate 1,4-Dioxane Contamination in the Long Island Water Cycle, Dr. Arjun Venkatesan

August 3, 2020 - Opening the Microbial “Black-Box” of Wastewater Treatment, Ms. Kylie Langlois & Dr. Mian Wang

September 14, 2020 - Bulkhead Permeable Reactive Barriers for Groundwater Nitrate Remediation, Ms. Molly Graffam