Veolia Employees, Customers to Speak at Utility Management Conference

Kent Nelson, Principal of Performance Solutions, will be returning to the Water Environment Federation’s annual Utility Management Conference with two Veolia colleagues in Tampa, Florida. Below is a list of their presentations, located at the Tampa Marriott Waterside.

Tampa, Florida to host Utility Management Conference

Strengthening NYC DEP’s Organizational Development and Human Resources to Enable Best-in-Class Utility Performance
Janelle Heslop, Veolia North America | Thursday, Feb. 9, Session THU01, 9:00 a.m. | Room: Grand Salon G-H
Janelle will be co-presenting with Diana Jones Ritter (NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection). Other panelists during this session include Sarah Neiderer (DC Water and Sewer Authority) and Ronald Tamada (Trinity River Authority of Texas). Learn more about Veolia’s work with the New York City DEP.
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission—Focusing on Excellence: Peer Benchmarking and Evaluating Best Practices

“Using AWWA QualServe benchmarking and comparisons with Effective Utility Management principals only provides a partial picture into overall utility performance,”                                                     –Kent Nelson, Veolia North America

Kent Nelson, Veolia North America | Thursday, Feb. 9, Session THU05, 10:30 a.m. | Room: Grand Salon G-H
Other panelists during this session include William Zieburtz (Stantec/Burton & Associates), Edward Goscicki (Union County Public Works) and Aditya Ramamurthy (Hazen and Sawyer). Learn more about WSSC’s recent advances in water treatment efficiency.
Peer-to-Peer Collaboration to Protect Existing Revenues for the City of Angels: Ensuring an Effective Large-Meter Program

Mia Javier, Veolia North America | Thursday, Feb. 9, Session THU14, 4:00 p.m. | Room: Grand Salon F
Other panelists during this session include Vanessa Edmonds (TMG Consulting), Paul Rush (NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection) and Christopher Pfeuffer (Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District). Learn more about Los Angeles’ large water meter program.