WEF Forum 2019: James Barnard Research Conference on Emerging Themes in Biological Phosphorus Removal and Recovery

This Forum is held by the Water Environment Federation in cooperation with The Water Research Foundation and the Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology program, and the University of Texas at Austin.

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The 2019 Forum will be conducted in a format similar to a Gordon Conference, with the idea to promote discussion and collaboration between attendees about current phosphorus management and treatment issues and with an eye toward identifying gaps and research and planning needs moving forward.

We are also excited to dedicate this research conference to James Barnard who has led application of enhanced biological phosphorus removal processes for wastewater treatment for more than 40 years.


The Full Technical Program has been released and is available in PDF form at the link below.

Technical Program

Registration for the WEF Forum 2019 is limited to 175 participants and will be processed on a first come, first served basis. There will be no onsite registration for this event, as we expect to meet capacity in advance.

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