1 Indiana Section AWWA Annual Conference 2022. Technical Program Tuesday, April 12, 2022. Room Indiana Ballroom A-D Marriott Ballroom 1-2 Marriott Ballroom 3-4 Texas/Michigan 8:00 am to Indiana Section AWWA Annual Conference Opening Session, Welcome 8:15 am Jeff Cunningham, INAWWA Chair 8:15 am to Visiting AWWA Dignitary, Association Updates 8:45 am Randy Black, AWWA Vice President Keynote: "Water System Impacts: The 2021 Marshall Fire, 8:45 am to Colorado's Most Destructive Fire in History 9:30 am Dr. Andrew Whelton, Purdue University 9:30 am to Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:15 am Track Operations and Maintenance Metering Financial Management Safety and Communication 10:15 am to 10:45 am Restoration of Obsolete Pumps to Technology within AMR/AMI Systems - Utility Federal Funding Update Indiana Dig Law Like New Condition Practical and Real-Life Applications and Planning Strategies (Steve Baker, (Jim Kennedy and Terry Thorne, (Ben Christiansen, (Jeff rowe , Baker Utility Partners).)))
2 Horner Industrial Group) Utility Supply Company) Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors, LLC). 10:45 am to 11:15 am Credit Ratings Post-Pandemic: Large Meter Shared Risk Contract, The Important Role of Communication and Corrosion Protection for Water Mains Factors and Strategies to 11:15 am to Meter Selection, and Results Relationships During a Fiber Build Project (Pete Wamsley, Maintain or Strengthen Your Rating 11:45 am (Ben Groeneweg, (Chuck Muller, Beam, Longest and Neff) (Jessica Eckerle Lynch and Susan Reed, Fort Wayne City Utilities) MetroNet). Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors, LLC). 12:00 pm to Membership Lunch / Awards Presentation sponsored by Beam, Longest & Neff 1:30 pm Track Addressing Contamination Lead and Copper Planning for Success Wastewater and Stormwater Innovative Techniques for Advancing Water Softener Hydrocarbon Contamination the City of Bloomington's The Importance of Good As-Built Drawings 1:30 pm to and Decontamination by Flushing IDEM Wastewater Updates Service Line Materials Inventory (Brian Mundy, 2:00 pm (Caroline Jankowski, (Becky Ruark and Rob McLaughlin, IDEM).
3 (Tyler Steury, City of Bloomington and Beam, Longest and Neff). Purdue University). Rebecca Slabaugh, Arcadis). Strange Geographies and Water Models: The Value of Wastewater Master Planning Tool to Predict Needed Water 2:00 pm to Collection System Modeling System Improvements 2:30 pm Water Contamination Response and (Yan Duan, The Countdown Begins: Preparing to Meet (Nathan Kassebaum, Recovery: Lessons from the Field and Greeley and Hansen). the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions Kimley-Horn). Gaps You Should Expect (Tom Bruns, (Dr. Andrew Whelton, 120 Water) Let's Talk Purdue University) Reality Check: Optimize and Save 2:30 pm to Infrastructure Asset Management (Jeremy Hardy and Natalie Schelling, 3:00 pm (Gregory "CJ" Stein III, Commonwealth Engineers). Tank Industry Consultants). 3:00 pm to Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:45 pm The State of the Industry Water Quality: Track Storage Solutions (the Business) Utility and Customer-side AWWA Standards and Manuals When You Install a New Water Softener, Supporting Water Storage Tank How Much Chemical Does it Leach 3:45 pm to Inspection and Cleaning into Your Drinking Water?
4 4:15 pm (Colleen Burrows, (Lauren Gustafson, Impacts of Supply Chain Disruption Tank Industry Consultants) Purdue University). Across the Water Industry (Jeff Jones, Bargersville Utilities; Using Machine Learning to Optimize Water 4:15 pm to Chris Durnil, Bowen Engineering; Treatment in Preoxidation and Coagulation 4:45 pm Steve Gress, Donohue & Associates; (Carlos Williams, Tom Drown, EJ; and The Role of Smart Tanks in Distribution Water Hach). Jason Fraser, Utility Supply Company) Quality Management (Tom Caulfield, UGSI Solutions) Turbidity History, Measurement Principles, 4:45 pm to and Current Technologies 5:15 pm (Kevin Forsman, Swan Analytical USA). 5:30 pm to Fuller Reception sponsored by Bastin Logan Water Services & Wessler Engineering 6;30 pm Wednesday, April 13, 2022. Room Indiana Ballroom A-D Marriott Ballroom 1-2 Marriott Ballroom 3-4 Texas/Michigan Cybersecurity and Track Lead and Copper Source of Supply Emerging Contaminants Emergency Preparedness Cybersecurity and Requirements Preparing Your Water System for Water Availability in Central Indiana Briefing on EPA's PFAS.
5 8:00 am to for IDEM Sanitary Surveys LCR Revisions (Dr. Jack Wittman, Strategic Roadmap 8:30 am (Travis Goodwin and (Amrou Atassi and Joanna Cummings, INTERA) (Yan Duan, Greeley and Hansen). Lucio Ternieden, IDEM) CDM Smith). INWARN/Emergency Update on PFAS Analytical Methods 8:30 am to Preparedness Committee: and UCMR5. 9:00 am Pandemic Response and Recovery From Pit to Plentiful: (Nathan Trowbridge, (Dawn Keyler, Wessler Engineering Transforming a Quarry Eurofins Eaton Analytical). GIS and GPS Resources for Revised and Jaimie Foreman, to a Water Reservoir Lead and Copper Rule Compliance City of Carmel Utilities) (Bruce Cooley, Citizens Energy Group;. (Joe Madej, Seiler Instruments). Jordyn Marshall and 9:00 am to St phane Jousset, Arcadis;) US EPA Regulatory Process 9:30 am *Attendees to this session will receive a (Stacy Jones, IDEM).
6 Free thermometer, while supplies last. 9:30 am to Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 10:15 am Innovating to Increase Efficiency Track Case Studies Cybersecurity Planning for Success and Save Money Damming Solution for the Asset Management - Sustainability and Resiliency 10:15 am to 33rd Street Water Intake Going Beyond Your AMP. (Robert Page, 10:45 am (Joseph Teusch and Amanda White, (Joseph Feathers Jr., Hello, I am with the FBI. Can we Talk? HNTB Corporation). Greeley and Hansen) Elkhart Public Works and Utilities). The Reality of Cybersecurity (Chris Johnsen, Michigan City The Water Line that Department of Water Works;. 10:45 am to Couldn't Be Forgotten Henry and Steven Broniarczyk, 11:15 am (Chris Kuhn and Tina Wolff, Cyber and Infrastrucutre Security Agency) Your Favorite Tool You Didn't Know You Kokosing Industrial) Needed: Using a Digital Work Order System Easement Acquisition 101.
7 To Get More Done (Steve Unger, Partnering with the US Navy: A Guide to *Attendees to this session will receive a (Josh Hawley, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP). free thermometer, while supplies last. Effective, Long-Term Water Storage Tank Ziptility). 11:15 am to Maintenance on a Global Scale 11:45 am (Aman Anand, Tank Industry Consultants). 12:00 pm to Lunch in the Exhibit Hall sponsored by S & K Equipment Company 1:30 pm Innovating to Increase Efficiency Track Water Quality Regulatory Insights Source Water Protection and Save Money FlexiRiser Drop Pipe - Keeping It Clean: How Watershed Protection Enhanced Optimization from Source to Tap Lead Service Line Saving Money Pumping Groundwater Through the 319 Nonpoint Source Pollution 1:30 pm to (Amanda Canida and Inventory Requirements (Andy Andiyastika and Program Protects Drinking Water Sources 2:00 pm Dr.))
8 Emily Tummons, (Stacy Jones and Hayden King, (Maggie Sullivan, Nicolas Steverlynck, Black & Veatch) IDEM). Hose Solutions, Inc.) Lake Monroe Watershed Coordinator). Distribution System Water Quality Improvements with Implementation of Cyanotoxins 2:00 pm to Active Tank Mixing (Mitt Denney, How a Microgrid Can Make Water and One Ounce of Prevention 2:30 pm (Tom Caulfield, IDEM) Wastewater Utilities More Sustainable is Worth a Pound of Treatment: UGSI Solutions) (Jim Shaw, Solential Energy, LLC; Source Water Protection Programs David Berty, Trane; and from Beginners to Seasoned Programs Fit-for-Purpose Guidance for IDEM Drinking Water Updates Greg Martz, GM Development Companies) (Ginger Davis, Conducting Pipe Studies to Inform Corrosion 2:30 pm to (Matt Prater, Liz Melvin, Anthony Tobias Indiana Geological and Water Survey).
9 Control Treatment 3:00 pm and Lucio Ternieden, (Rebecca Slabaugh, IDEM). Arcadis). 3:00 pm to Break - Visit the Exhibit Hall 3:45 pm Track Recovering Water Loss Small Systems Forum Capital Planning Managing Assets A Case Story of Improved Water Metering, 6% Understanding the True Sustainable Tank Inspection Considerations 3:45 pm to Monthly Gain in Revenue Cost Pricing of Water (Todd Schaefer, 4:15 pm (Chuck Gray, City of Mount Vernon and (Doug Baldessari, Dixon Engineering, Inc.). Matt Brown, HydroCorp Meter Sales) Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors, LLC). Small Systems Forum Decision Framework for Optimizing 4:15 pm to (Vicki Perry and Mike Novac, Capital Expenditures of Aging Facilities 4:45 pm Indiana Rural Community (Amanda Canida, Using Your Utility's Water Audit to Assistance Program) Black & Veatch) Valve Exercising and Assessment Make Operational Decisions (Aaron Horbovetz, (Jeff Cunningham, Simpson Company, Inc.)
10 Simpson Company, Inc.). Financial and Capital Planning 4:45 pm to (Deen Rogers and Scott Hadler, 5:15 pm Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors, LLC). 5:30 pm to Meet and Greet Reception sponsored by Lochmueller Goup 6:30 pm Thursday, April 14, 2022. Room Marriott Ballroom 7-10. 8:00 am to Breakfast sponsored by 120 Water 8:30 am Track Legislation and Water Legislative and Regulatory Update 8:30 am to Moderated by Scott Miller, 10:00 am Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors, LLC. Meet the new IDEM Commissioner, Brian Rockenseuss *This schedule is subject to chang