2020 Digital Conference - Networking Session 9 - In-building Blackwater Reclamation and Thermal Energy Recovery in Manhattan
Includes a Live Event on 12/02/2020 at 9:00 AM (CST)
This networking session is being hosted by ASPE Staff and speakers Bruce Douglas and Zach Gallagher. Prior to the session participants should have watched the pre-recorded session In-building Blackwater Reclamation and Thermal Energy Recovery in Manhattan. Be prepared to come with questions to ask of the speaker and network with other conference attendees.
This networking event is from 10:00 - 10:30 am EST and space is limited to 100 participants.
Bruce Douglas has more than 35 years of national and international experience in water quality management. He holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in environmental disciplines. He has been a researcher, regulator, consultant, and manager of public and private water infrastructure planning and implementation projects. Throughout his career, Bruce has improved integrated water quality infrastructure policy, project planning, project delivery, and long-term sustainability. As a Vice President with Natural Systems Utilities, he is focused on the development of onsite and district wastewater treatment and water reuse systems from offices in Fall River and Brewster, Massachusetts.
Zach Gallagher is a licensed Professional Engineer and LEED Accredited Professional holding BS and MS degrees from Rutgers University in Bio-Resource and Civil/Environmental Engineering. He is currently Executive Vice President for Natural Systems Utilities (NSU) and serves on the Board of Directors as Vice Chair for the U.S. Green Building Council, NJ Chapter. NSU is a distributed infrastructure development and investment company specializing in onsite water treatment and reuse systems. With more than 30 years of innovation and leadership in the water industry, NSU operates one of the largest bases of distributed onsite water treatment and reuse systems in the United States. Zach’s current focus is on water reuse and complete integrated infrastructure approaches that combine water and energy with a concentration on handling the systems integration aspects and overall functionality.