For the fourth year in a row, Lambton College is set to welcome a diverse group of business leaders, educators, government officials, and industry representatives to its annual Water Symposium.
Hosted by the Lambton Water Centre, the day-long event takes place Thursday, April 12 and is expected to attract guests from across the province.
Held at the Lambton College Event Centre, the symposium will focus on water-related initiatives and other projects. Partners of the day-long event also include Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership (SLEP) and the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park. The event is sponsored by the Ontario Centre of Excellence (OCE) and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC).
Guests will have the opportunity to hear from industry experts through a series of presentations and exhibits. This year’s speaker lineup includes:
• Howie Honeyman, Forward Water Technologies (Forward Osmosis: An Emerging Global Technology)
• Adam Skoyles, University of Windsor (Assessing the Microbial Community and Functional Dynamics of BioCord in Wastewater Treatment)
• Gregory Williams, Good Harbour Laboratories (Moving Forward with ISO 14034: Environmental Technology Verification)
• Alok Paliwa, UV Pure (UV Disinfection Module)
• Ned Italiano, W&Y Environmental International (A Novel Process To Produce Green Methanol With Zero Waste)
• Dave Johnston & Francis Bordeleau, City of Sarnia/NEXOM (SAGR System, City of Sarnia WW Lagoon Upgrade)
• Sandra Stiles, Confederation College (Advances in Stormwater Management: Implementing Low Impact Development Sites at Confederation College)
• Dr. Furqan Khan, Trojan Technologies (Application of Darcy’s Law to Rotating Belt Filter: Modeling and Simulation Result)
• Graeme Norval, University of Toronto (The Science and Technology behind Electrolyzed Water and the Uses of Hypochlorous Acid)