The Water Expo 2017
 

SPEAKERS & SESSIONS
By alphabetical (as of April 28, 2017)


Sessions in English


Avina, Henry

Avina, HenryVP of Sales & Business Development, Axeon Water Technologies (CA)
Mr. Avina joined Axeon Water Technologies (formerly R.O. UltraTec USA, Inc) in 1999 and had the opportunity to work with Augustin Pavel Sr. Rapidly, Mr. Avina established himself as an asset to the company when he became General Manager in 2003. He assisted in the advancement of product development, sales and marketing, as well as technical support. In 2010, Mr. Avina was promoted to VP of Sales Manager where he successfully implemented an in-house customer and technical support center, as well as an account management team. Most recently, in 2014 he was promoted to the position of Vice President of Business Development. Already he has made considerable contributions to establishing strategic partnerships within the industry and building Axeon’s customer base.

Presenting:
"Membrane Troubleshooting: 5 primary causes for membrane fouling in RO Systems"
Nearly every RO system experiences performance problems sometime during its operating life. Axeon Water Technologies will provide a seminar focused on 5 primary causes for membrane fouling. We will cover symptoms, identification of problem and possible solutions.


Dirisu, Chimezie

Dirisu, Chimezie – Principal Lecturer & HOD, Federal College of Education (Technical) Omoku (Nigeria)
Chimezie Dirisu is a principal lecturer and HOD of Biology Education working in the Federal College of Education (Technical) Omoku in Nigeria. She holds an MSC in Industrial Microbiology and is currently a PhD student. Her research interests are water microbiology, food quality, biology education, ICT, among others. Chimezie has had several articles published in reputable journals, presented papers at conferences as well as seminars and several workshops. In addition, she has edited book chapters and journals among them is “Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal” (hosted by Common Ground Publishers, USA). She is a member of the Nigerian Society for Microbiology, Nigeria Environmental Society, and the Microbiology Society.

Presenting:
“An African Perspective: Bacteriological and Physicochemical Quality of Drinking Water Purified by Reverse Osmosis and Ultra-Violet Radiation”
Community drinking water from boreholes and Orashi River in Nigeria were analyzed for their portability and then subjected to purification using reverse osmosis (RO) membrane filtration units and ultra-violet radiation (UV) germicidal lamp respectively. Values of some physicochemical parameters of purified water were below stipulated standards, with no significant difference in water portability. The RO system significantly reduced coliform bacteria more than the UV lamp (F=310.0, p<0.05). RO systems and UV lamps purify/treat water to great extent. However, their uses are limited by cost, power, environmental and health concerns. RO machines generate wastewater and exclude most nutritional ions while exposure to UV affects human health. 


Gaudreau, Tom

Gaudreau, Tom - Regional Sales Manager, WaterSmart Software (TN)
Tom leads WaterSmart’s business development efforts across the Southeast and Midwest. He brings over 20 years of marketing and sales leadership experience in the technology sector. Tom earned his BBA in Marketing and Management from the University of North Dakota, and also studied international business and intercultural communications at the American College of Norway. Tom lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife and two daughters, and enjoys traveling and spending time on the city’s lakes.

Presenting:
“New Automated Leak Detection and Resolution Solutions”

Advances in smart water meter technology are bringing a revolution in data collection capabilities along with new ways to dynamically detect leaks and gain other critical insights into customer water consumption patterns. Utilities are now able to remotely monitor water use and identify both burst and continuous leaks. This new understanding provides suppliers with powerful new tools to better understand and target wasteful usage and provide customers with the resources to address it. We can provide insight into how direct communications improve operational efficiency, reduce water losses, improve customer-utility interaction, and reduce utility spending on abatement. We’ll share best practices on which types of messages resonate with residents so that leaks are quickly resolved on a self-service basis. 


Jake Jeffords

Jeffords, Jake – Regional Sales Manager, McLaughlin (SC)
Currently a Regional Sales Manager and Marketing Manager for McLaughlin responsible for developing and executing sales and marketing strategies as well as advancing the capture, revenue and profitability of company products. A veteran of 14 years in the construction industry including Dealership Territory Management, Construction Project Management & Manufacturer Product Management.

Presenting:
"Installing Water Utilities Underground Using Up-To-Date Trenchless Technologies"

During this presentation we will speak about the different avenues of installing utilities underground by trenchless technology. We will cover pneumatic boring, horizontal directional drilling, auger boring along with safe digging practice using utility locators and vacuum.


Dave Madole

Madole, Dave – National Sales Manager, Sewer Equipment of America (IL)
Dave Madole as a National Sales Manager of Sewer Equipment has over 15 years of sales experience, and has been a top revenue generator and new business leader on every sales team of which he has been a member. He started with Sewer Equipment as the Eastern Regional Sales Manager and has since been promoted to National Sales Manager, due to his demonstrated success in sales, mechanical aptitude to aid in the continuous improvement of Sewer Equipment’s products. Dave resides in the Midwestern United States with his wife and three young daughters.

Presenting:
"Entering Into a New Era in Combination Sewer Cleaning Technology"
The model 900 ECO by Sewer Equipment Co. of America has been engineered to resolve many safety and operational issues of today’s traditional Combination Sewer Cleaners. The model 900 ECO eliminates the need for CAN Bus communication systems, auxiliary engines and transfer cases, and no required training for operators on start-up procedures. The truck is designed with an emphasis with an emphasis on eco-friendly features, which decreases noise emissions and overall fuel consumption. Learn more about how this technology can increase your productivity and aid in solving issues with your current equipment.


Mete Ozsoy

Ozsoy, Mete – Deputy CEO, Miranda Inc. (Turkey)
Mete obtained a Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. He served as the Managing Director of U.S based multi-national high tech company Intergraph Corporation in Turkey for 9 years. Intergraph at that time was the manufacturer of engineering design software and workshops with a revenue of 1.5 billion USD and worldwide employment of 10,000 people. Mete began his career in Burgess Manning Inc in Dallas, Texas as an Application and Sales Engineer for Industrial Acoustics and Separators. He moved on to Solar Kinetics Inc where he contributed as a Mechanical Engineer to several US Government research projects. Later, he joined Intergraph Corporation in Dallas, where he served as Sales Engineer and was promoted to Marketing Manager for five states in the US and then to Country Manager and Managing Director in Turkey.

Presenting:
Sustainable Waste Water Treatment Systems for Residential Areas, Hotels & Labor Camps"
Introduction into the new, innovative, highly mobile and solar powered RBC systems, and their use in recycling the domestic effluent produced by hotels, labor camps, and residential areas.


Martin Paredes

Paredes, Martin – Regional Sales Manager, Smith & Loveless Inc. (KS)
Paredes has been with Smith & Loveless Inc. for more than 23 years. He is currently the Regional Sales Manager, International Division, for Latin America and the Caribbean. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Kansas, and holds memberships in the American Institute of Chemical Engineering and the Mid America District Export Council. Together with personal everyday exposure to projects and installations all over the world, he helps offer all-inclusive, value-engineered solutions for projects of all ranges: Private, municipal, industrial or upgrades to existing plants in need of better performance.

Presenting:
“Utilities & Contractors: How Much Does Your Sewage Pump Station Really Cost You?”

Asset management is critical in maintaining and evaluating equipment crucial to the successful operation of a utility. A key aspect is the collection of complete, meaningful data for each piece of equipment and the ability to easily evaluate the data. This representation will review one utility’s implemented system to collect data from their wastewater pump stations. For each station, the logged labor hours, material costs, and outside contractor costs. From this data, they established a predictive maintenance schedule, budget for station repair and/or replacement based n return on investment, establish a benchmark for the cost of maintaining a typical station, compare the cost to operate and maintain different types of stations etc.


Chris Parker

Parker, Chris – Regional Sales Manager, Cues, Inc. (FL)
Chris Parker is an industry leading expert on digital side-scanning technology for pipeline inspections and has been around the technology since its inception. Chris has authored several case studies and white papers citing the quality and production gains of side-scanning over traditional inspection methods all while lowering operating costs.

Presenting:
“Digital Side-Scanning Technology: The Ultimate Pipeline Inspection Technology”

Digital side-scanning is an innovative approach for rapid data collection, inspection, and assessment of collection systems offering the ability to increase production while minimizing operating expenses. This presentation will provide a basic overview of the technology, how and where it applies, and how it can help overcome America’s Failing Infrastructure.


Russell Reeves

Reeves, Russell - Director of Market Development & International Sales, Pipeline Plastics, LLC (TX)
Mr. Reeves graduated from the University of Texas in Austin and has since been involved in industrial, mining and municipal construction projects throughout the United States and internationally. Starting his career with the Bechtel Group over 30 years ago, he has worked on site as well as in planning, logistics, and distribution and as a manufacturer of seismic isolation products, thermoplastic fittings, and piping products. His involvement in piping projects stretch from Canada to South America with projects in Panama, Costa Rica, Suriname, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.

Presenting:
“HDPE Pipe for Municipal Water – Benefits and Design Basics”
The European Water Community has long recognized the invaluable characteristics of High Density Polyethylene Pipe (HDPE) in their water systems. From the zero-leak rate design of the joining system to the durability and design characteristics that allow direct bury, slip-lining, pipe bursting and Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) – the adoption and acknowledgment of HDPE pipe as the material of choice for water systems is growing. Throughout the Americas, HDPE pipe is becoming the material of choice in the water market with some cities adopting it exclusively for dependable, worry-free water service. Water is too valuable to allow leakage – HDPE pipe is the answer.


Andy Rothenberg

Rothenberg, Andy – President, PrimeLine Products Inc. (FL)
Andy is the president of PrimeLine Products Inc., a full services supplier of products and equipment related to the trenchless pipe repair industry. He has over ten years of “real world” experience in the trenchless industry and has lined thousands of feet of pipe. Andy is heavily involved with NASSCO and serves as Chairperson for the Rehabzone that is put on at UTC every year. He spends most of his time in the field helping his customer succeed, providing FREE training on all of his product lines. Including Pipe Coating, CIPP, Sectional Lining, Chemical Grouting and Manhole Rehab.

Presenting:
"Demo: Renovating Water, Drain & Sewer Pipes thru a Simple, Fast and Practical Coating System"

A simple, fast and practical coating system used for water, drain, and sewer pipe renovation. Coat un-lined or lined pipes/connections from 1 ¼” to 6” with Picote Coating Pump and Mini Miller Combination. It can be used to coat anything from a small area to an entire piping system. It’s a unique world class vegetable oil-based resin with strong bonding properties for cast iron, clay, PVC, or concrete pipes.


Randy Tischendorf

Tischendorf, Randy – Sales Professional, Imperial Industry Inc. (WI)
Randy Tischendorf is a sales professional/project manager at Imperial Industries Inc. He is responsible for all aspects of sales for the Portable Restroom Service Trucks sold at Imperial Industries. Randy has been in Imperial Industries for the past 8 years, coming to them after 16 years of selling Ford and Ram chassis for a local dealer. Randy lives with his wife, Jane, has two grown children and 3 grandchildren. He enjoys spending free time boating, motorcycle riding and spending time with his family.

Presenting:
"Best Trends in Portable Restroom Service Truck/Tank Combinations"
Presentation will cover:
    · What tank fits on what truck (gallons vs. GVWR)
    · Just what does “full” mean
    · What tank material is  best for me & accessories
    · P&D package vs. Truck mounted tank
    · Cab over chassis vs. Conventional cab
    · Gas vs. Diesel
    · Trends in the business


Alvaro Vergara

Vergara, Alvaro – COO, Building Pro/The Outhouse Master (FL)
Alvaro “Al” a lifelong RUSH listener, passionate karaoke singer and loves visiting new places with his 3 loves. Paper boy, Marketing and Advertising, Business Management, with over 25 years of executive and management experience. Al really knows his stuff, striving to serve others is the foundation to his never ending commitment to providing a product that contributes to his industry, his thirst to help other and his vision to make this a better world.

Presenting:
"Water Supply and Sanitation in Latin America and the Caribbean: The Problems & the Opportunities"

Our Southern neighbors have insufficient access and in many cases poor water and sanitation service quality with detrimental impacts on public health. Latin America and the Caribbean have less than standard means to an improved water supply and sanitation. With an estimated 15% waste water making its way to water treatment plants, which often are not functioning properly. This provides an enormous responsibility and opportunity to provide and improve the services and products with the aim of creating a better way of life for millions of people.


Lynn Wager

Wager, Lynn – Co-Owner, Wager (NC)
Lynn Wager is the 3rd Generation co-owner of the Robert H. Wager Company Inc. It was founded 83 years ago by Robert Wager Sr. and manufactures marine valves and deck equipment for cargo carrying vessels as well as for the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard. Wager also manufactures odor control vent valves that are designed to scrub H2S gas, as well as Inflow/Overflow vent check valves that prevent flood waters and debris from entering into outfall lines in wastewater systems.

Presenting:
"Odor Control for H2S Gas during the Collection and Treatment of Wastewater"

H2S gas results from septic conditions during the collection and treatment of wastewater. Wager’s presentation will offer a variety of odor controlling valves complete with installation pictures of various applications. We will also discuss the benefits of an engineered media, and how it differs from other carbon products in the marketplace. We will stress the benefits of venting force mains, gravity lines and air release valves with odor control.


John Whitescarver

Whitescarver, John – Director, National Storm Water Center (MD)
John was a charter employee of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. He received the EPA bronze medal for his serving on the team that developed the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). As the Director of the National Stormwater Center, his team has certified 4,000 inspectors and published 145 issues of The Stormwater Quarterly.  John advised EPA on stormwater and permit compliance. He is board certified as Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP) by the Institute of Professional Environmental Practice and holds a degree in civil Engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and a Master in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech.

Presenting:
“STORMWATER: The Problem & The Solution"
The Stormwater Runoff PROBLEM
Now is the time for Storm water Management (flooding and water quality) be a major function of The Water Expo. We know how to manage waste water; we don’t know how to manage storm water. Runoff from rain is not a steady flow, it is variable in frequency, quantity and intensity. We will discuss regulations, control, and treatment with respect to improving water quality. The United States government has regulated storm water for 25 years. There are 42,000 impaired water bodies primarily due primarily to contaminated runoff. We have learned, and will discuss, that controlling storm water requires political, budget and popular support

The Stormwater Runoff SOLUTION
Control of storm water begins where drainage begins. Removing or preventing pollutants from entering the drainage system is the most cost effective solution. It is the velocity of runoff that detaches dirt and trash. Velocity transports storm water and reduced velocity allows pollutants to settle out. We can control velocity by controlling the volume of storm water, through rainfall capture and controlled releases. This will provide less erosion, fewer pollutants and allow better control and treatment before discharge to receiving waters. In addition, drainage system maintenance cost is a function of the failure to control pollutants at their source





Sesiones en Español


Gianna Castro

Castro, Gianna - Consultor Ambiental e Higienista Industrial, C+G Environmental Group (Puerto Rico)
Gianna es Químico Licenciado en Puerto Rico y posee una Maestría en Ingeniería en Asuntos Ambientales de la Universidad de Massachusetts-Lowell. Lleva 20 años trabajando por cuenta propia como Consultor Ambiental e Higienista Industrial en proyectos que van desde Planes de Prevención de Contaminación de Aguas de Escorrentía o por Aceite, Permisos y Estudios de Tratabilidad, hasta Investigaciones de Exposición Ocupacional, Determinaciones de Calidad de Aire Interior y Programas de Protección Respiratoria para clientes en toda la isla, entre otros. Anteriormente se desempeñó como consultor ambiental y fue instrumental en el desarrollo del Programa de Calidad de Laboratorios de la Autoridad de Acueductos y Alcantarillados de PR. También dirige la división ambiental de Gautier y De Torres Arquitectos e Ingenieros en San Juan.

Presenting:
“AGUAS DE TORMENTA: El Problema y La Solución”
El PROBLEMA de la Descarga de Aguas de Tormenta (Escorrentía)

Este es el momento para que el Manejo de Aguas de Escorrentía (calidad de agua e inundaciones) forme parte integral en la Water Expo. Conocemos cómo manejar aguas usadas, no sabemos cómo manejar aguas de escorrentía. Descargas de agua de lluvia no son un flujo constante, varían conrespecto a frecuencia, cantidad e intensidad. Discutiremos reglamentación, control y tratamiento en vías de mejorar la calidad del agua. El gobierno de los EEUU ha reglamentado la escorrentía desde hace 25 años. Hay 40,000 cuerpos de agua afectados principalmente debido a la escorrentía contaminada. Hemos aprendido, y discutiremos, que controlar las aguas de escorrentía requiere apoyo político, económico y popular.

La SOLUCIÓN a la Descarga de Aguas de Tormenta (Escorrentía)
El control de la escorrentía comienza en el origen de la descarga. La solución más costo-efectiva es removiendo y evitando que contaminantes lleguen al sistema de drenaje. Es la velocidad de la descarga la que arrastra el sucio y la basura. La velocidad transporta la escorrentía y la reducción de la misma permite que los contaminantes se asienten. Podemos controlar la velocidad controlando el volumen de descarga mediante captura y descarga controlada del agua de lluvia. Esto logra menor erosión, menos contaminantes y mejor control y tratamiento de la escorrentía antes de descargarla en el cuerpo receptor. Además, el costo de mantenimiento del sistema de drenaje incrementa si fallamos en el control de contaminantes en la fuente.


Roberto Fausto

Fausto, Roberto – Gerente de Ventas Regionales, Sewer Equipment of America (IL)
Roberto Fausto es el Gerente de Ventas en Illinois para Sewer Equipment de América. Roberto cuenta con más de 14 años de experiencia  en el sector de alcantarillado y ha vendido, mantenido y operado equipos por todo los Estados Unidos y Canadá.

Presenting:
"Una Nueva Era en la Tecnología Integral para Limpieza de Alcantarillados"
El modelo 900 ECO de la compañía Sewer Equipment de América ha sido diseñado para resolver muchos de los problemas del funcionamiento y seguridad de los limpiadores de cloacas tradicionales de hoy en día. El modelo 900 ECO eliminará la necesidad de sistemas de comunicación con la computadora, motores auxiliares, cajas de transferencias y no requiere entrenamiento para los conductores sobre como prender la máquina. El modelo está diseñado con el énfasis y las características necesarias para no hacer daño al medio ambiente, como reducir el ruido, las emisiones y el consumo total de gas combustible. Aprende más sobre cómo ésta tecnología puede aumentar la productividad y ayudar a resolver los problemas con su equipo actual.


Ken Gyori

Gyori, Ken – Socio Director, DG Environmental Solutions, LLC (GA)
Ken Gyori es el Socio Gerente de DG Environmental Solutions, LLC, con la misión de proveer soluciones descentralizadas de tratamiento de aguas residuales en los Estados Unidos, Centro y Sudamérica. Antes de esto, se distinguió en una carrera de 25 años en administración de programas de TI y ventas globales en las áreas de Sistemas de Información Geográfica y redes de datos para las compañías Forbes Global 1000: NTT, Reliance Communications e Intergraph Corporation. Ken vive en Atlanta y tiene una Maestría en Geografía de la Universidad de Texas en Austin.

Presenting:
Sistemas Sostenibles de Tratamiento de Aguas Residuales - Caso De Estudio: Teknopark Istanbul
Introducción a las tecnologías nuevas en el tratamiento de aguas residuales usando sistemas RBC (Contactores Biológicos Rotativos).  Caso de estudio Teknopark Istanbul, donde el agua tratada es reciclada para irrigación y fuentes.


Jake Jeffords

Jeffords, Jake – Gerente Regional de Ventas, McLaughlin (SC)
Actualmente es Gerente Regional de Ventas y Gerente de Marketing de McLaughlin responsable de desarrollar y ejecutar estrategias de ventas y de mercadeo, así como avanzar en la captura, ingresos y lucratividad de los productos de la empresa. Un veterano de 14 años en la industria de la construcción, incluyendo la Administración de Territorio del Concesionario, la Gerencia de Proyectos de Construcción y la Gerencia de Producto del Fabricante.

Presenting:
"Últimas Tecnologías sin Zanjas para Alcantarillados: Soluciones a Mano para Todas Las Américas"
Durante esta presentación hablaremos de las diferentes vías de instalación de servicios públicos subterráneos por tecnología sin zanjas. Cubriremos el taladro neumático, la perforación direccional horizontal, el taladro de la barrena junto con la práctica segura de la excavación usando localizadores de redes de servicios públicos subterráneos y excavación al vacío


Andy Rothenberg

Rothenberg, Andy – President, PrimeLine Products Inc. (FL)
Andy es el Presidente de PrimeLine Products Inc., un proveedor de servicios completos de productos y equipos relacionados con la industria de la reparación de tuberías sin zanja. Tiene más de diez años experiencia en la industria de reparación de tuberías sin zanja. Andy está muy involucrado con NASSCO y sirve como Presidente de la Rehabzone que se pone en el UTC cada año. Pasa la mayor parte de su tiempo en el campo ayudando a sus clientes a tener éxito, proporciona capacitación gratuita en todas sus líneas de producto incluyendo revestimiento de tuberías, CIPP, reparación seccional de tuberías, lechada química y rehabilitación de tapas de registros/alcantarillado.

Presenting:
"Demostracion: Tecnología de Punta, Práctica y Efectiva para la Renovación de Tuberías"
Un sistema de revestimiento sencillo, rápido y práctico para la renovación de tuberías de agua, desagüe y alcantarillado. Cubra las tuberías/conexiones revestidas o no revestidas de 1 ¼ "a 6" con Picote Coating Pump y Mini Miller Combination. Se puede utilizar para cubrir desde una pequeña área hasta un sistema de tuberías completo. Es una resina única de clase mundial a base de aceite vegetal, con fuertes propiedades de adhesión para tubos de hierro fundido, arcilla, PVC o tuberías de hormigón.


Ron Sawvel

Sawvel, Ron – Gerente Nacional de Ventas, Yardney Water Filtration Systems (CA)
Ron tiene más de treinta años de experiencia trabajando tanto en el mercado de petróleo y gas como en el tratamiento del agua. Ha sido Vicepresidente Regional y Gerente Nacional de Ventas en el sector de tratamiento de aguas industriales, así como de agua potable, aguas residuales, aguas pluviales y rehabilitación de infraestructuras. Actualmente, Ron se desempeña como Gerente de Ventas Industriales Nacionales de Yardney Water Filtration Systems, con sede en Riverside, California, pero cubre actividades en todo el mundo para su organización, con especial énfasis en América Latina, ofreciendo soluciones de filtración industrial. Ron tiene un BSBA de la Universidad de Phoenix y habla un español fluído.

Presenting:
"Tecnologías para la Reducción de Sólidos Suspendidos"
Una discusión sobre la selección y empleo de tecnologías de filtración adecuadas, incluyendo Sand & Gravel, Multi Media, Specialty Media, filtros de pantalla auto-limpiables, separadores centrífugos y filtros de succión de bombeo para la eliminación efectiva de sólidos suspendidos. Esta charla también considerará métodos de filtración como tratamiento primario o pre-tratamiento para trenes de filtración incluyendo intercambio de iones, filtros de membrana, filtros de bolsas, etc.


Rodrigo Tomazi

Tomazi, Rodrigo – Ejecutivo Técnico Comercial, Saertex Multicom LP (NC)
Rodrigo Guevara Tomazi, de 37 años, es ingeniero de materiales y ejecutivo técnico comercial de Saertex Multicom en Sudamérica. Rodrigo trabaja en proyectos de soluciones tecnológicas para tuberías desde 2009, atendiendo diversos segmentos de mercado, incluyendo la técnica de UV CIPP para rehabilitación de tuberías, principalmente para alcantarillado, aguas pluviales y también potables.

Presenting:
“UV CIPP, La Próxima Generación de Liners para Rehabilitación de Tuberías”
La presentación es sobre la técnica UV CIPP, rápida y no destructiva para rehabilitar tuberías, la cual es aplicada en sistemas de alcantarillado, drenaje, tuberías bajo presión, agua potable y también en tuberías industriales. La técnica consiste en insertar por la tubería existente un liner de tejido de fibras de vidrio, impregnado en resina sensible a luz UV, inflar el liner, curando internamente la resina con un equipo especial de luz UV. Como resultado, se obtiene sin abrir zanjas y en poco tiempo una tubería nueva con resistencia a largo plazo, presentando un espesor bien delgado y performance estructural.


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