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MABA 2024 Summer Symposium
Tuesday, July 09, 2024, 6:00 PM to Thursday, July 11, 2024, 5:00 PM EDT
Category: Summer Technical Symposium

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Onsite registration will be available at the rates of $425 for MABA members, and $525 for non-members.
This year's symposium will bring new innovations and advancements in technology, as well as current best practices to attendees from across the biosolids sector, and give them the chance to acquire knowledge and cultivate their skills. 
Click HERE to register today!
Click HERE to see all that's in store at the 2024 Summer Symposium!
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Make your overnight room reservations NOW! The conference will be taking place at the Omni Richmond in downtown Richmond. Overnight rooms are available at a special rate of $169.  To make your reservations, call 800-the-OMNI (800-843-6664) and reference the Mid-Atlantic Biosolids Association.
Or you can make your reservations online by visiting: https://www.omnihotels.com/hotels/richmond/meetings/2024-maba-summer-symposium-07092024 
Reservation cut-off date has been extended to Tuesday, July 2nd! 
And check out and prepare for the show with Omni Richmond Parking Deck Options 2024
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MABA invites you to sponsor at this year's symposium!  
Click HERE to review the exhibitor and sponsor online registration form, and download the full brochure today!
Our exhibit tables are SOLD OUT, however, there are still sponsorship opportunities available!
Join us for our site tour on Thursday, July 11 at 8 a.m.
The Henrico County – Department of Public Utilities Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) 
Henrico Aerial view
The Henrico County – Department of Public Utilities Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) went into service in 1989. Over the years, the facility has been upgraded and expanded several times. Today, the WRF is a 75 MGD design flow, advanced wastewater treatment facility utilizing enhanced nutrient removal treatment technology to make the dirty water very clean and return it to the James River. On a daily average basis, the WRF treats 40 MGD, generates approximately 110 wet tons of Class B Biosolids for land application and produces approximately 500,000 cubic feet of gas through our anaerobic (solids) digestion process. The WRF has 75 employees and is home to the County’s Central Environmental Laboratory (a full service and VELAP Certified lab) and our Monitoring and Compliance Section who manages the County’s Industrial Waste Pretreatment Program and other environmental-related support programs. The WRF also employs a team of operators, mechanics, electricians, instrumentation specialists, engineers, managers, and administrative staff. The annual operating budget is approximately $20 M and we manage and maintain over $500 M in assets. The WRF and staff have received many awards for our performance and commitment to excellence over the years.
For Questions or Additional Information Contact: Mary (Firestone) Baker, Mid-Atlantic Biosolids Association, 845-901-7905, or [email protected]