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DRBC Staff Talk DRBC and Share Their Expertise at 2019 NJWEA Conference

The New Jersey Water Environment Association (NJWEA) held its 104th Annual Conference from May 6-10, 2019 in Atlantic City, N.J. Commission staff support NJWEA and its annual conference in various ways.

This year, DRBC Water Resource Modeling Manager Thomas Amidon moderated the conference's Plenary Session on Wednesday, May 8, which featured regulatory keynotes NJDEP Commissioner Catherine McCabe, U.S. EPA Region 2 Administrator Peter Lopez, and DRBC Executive Director Steve Tambini. Mr. Tambini gave a presentation about the DRBC, its programs, and how we collaborate with our state and federal partners (pdf 4.3 MB). A video of his presentation is below.

DRBC Senior Environmental Toxicologist Dr. Ron MacGillivray also presented at the conference on PFAS in Surface Water, Sediment and Fish from the Delaware River (pdf 1.2 MB).

DRBC Water Resource Engineers Shane McAleer, P.E. and Kendria Henson also attended the conference and provided education and outreach about DRBC to NJWEA members at its information booth.

NJWEA is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and improving New Jersey's waters through education, training, and information sharing on the latest technologies and scientific advancements. Its members include engineers, operators, students, and other professionals in the water and wastewater fields.