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PA-AWWA, PWEA and PMAA Pennsylvania Water and Wastewater Technology Summit…November 1-2, 2018 in State College, PA

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PA-AWWA, PWEA and PMAA 2018 Joint Technology Summit 

Up to 9.5 PDH’s for all sessions
Up to 3 PA DEP Contact Hr. for Water and Wastewater Operators for Full Conference

Pennsylvania Water and Wastewater Technology Summit:

“From Subsurface Technology to Drones”

November 1-2, 2018

Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel ~ State College, PA
Room rate is $119
Reference Reservation# PPPJ18A

There are many ways that the new technology can add value to the facilities including faster efficiency of inspections, reduced cost, and increased safety of workers.  The Pennsylvania Section of the American Water Works Association (PA-AWWA), Pennsylvania Water Environment Association (PWEA), and the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association (PMAA) recognize the important role of technology to meet your water quality goals better, cheaper, and safer and are soliciting abstracts to share your successes.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: BRION JOHNSON, PENNVEST

Brion Johnson began working with PENNVEST when the program was originated in 1988.    After serving as a Project Specialist serving the entire state, he focused on the northcentral and northwestern regions, until moving into the Deputy Executive Director for Project Management position in 1994, and has been serving as Executive Director of PENNVEST since July 2017.    Brion is responsible for the administration and implementation of the PENNVEST revolving loan program that has approved over 3,700 drinking water, wastewater, storm water and non-point source pollution prevention projects equal to over $8.47 Billion in funding of infrastructure across Pennsylvania.  The revolving nature of the program continues to support a sustainable $550 Million in new project funding to address ongoing infrastructure needs.  Johnson earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Governmental Administration from Christopher Newport University while working as a Senior Engineering Analyst in the Atomic Power Division of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry-dock Company, and holds an Associate’s Degree in Engineering from Pennsylvania College of Technology.   Brion has been married to his wife Janet since 1988.  They have two sons, both married, one lives in Tacoma Washington and the other in Savannah Georgia.  He and wife enjoy traveling, working in the yard and garden, spending time with their family, and keeping up the family’s farm property in Tioga County.

 

 

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