• Water and Wastewater Industry Division

    water brochureThe ISA Water and Wastewater Division (WWID) is concerned with all aspects of instrumentation and automated-control related to commercial and public systems associated with water and wastewater management. Membership in this Division provides the latest news and information relating to instrumentation and control systems in water and wastewater management, including water processing and distribution, as well as wastewater collection and treatment. WWID is invaluable to professionals interested in sanitary technology and engineering, and the operation and maintenance of wastewater facilities. The Division holds an annual symposium that features presentations by industry practitioners and published proceedings.

    Our annual symposium is: 2016 ISA Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium, which is taking place Aug 2-4, 2016 in Orlando, Florida USA.  Symposium website is www.isawwsymposium.com

    2016 Symposium Call for Abstracts (submissions due January 31, 2016 - Deadline Extended)

    2016 WWID Student Scholarship - Up to $2000 in scholarship money available Scholarship applications are due January 31, 2016  

    Winter 2016 newsletter

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    Benefits of WWID Membership

    • Quarterly Newsletter  - the division publishes a quarterly electronic newsletter. Members also have the opportunity to write articles for the newsletter.
    • Annual Symposium - Attend and participate in the annual WWAC symposium which spans all automation aspects of water and wastewater
    • Networking Opportunities - A chance to meet, and form relationships with, peers involved with automation in your industry
    • Online Resources - get access to papers and presentations from prior division symposia via the division and ISA websites
    • Industry Knowledge - Be part of an active group that enhances your knowledge and professionalism on Water and Wastewater topics by obtaining valuable technical information and training in the traditional areas of measurements/sensors, instrumentation systems, data and advanced system/sensor technology.
    • Targeted Training  - at its annual symposia, the WWID offers ISA training courses for which are targeted towards areas of specific interest for the water/wastewater automation professional.
    • Technical Writing & Presentation Opportunities - An opportunity to present your work to your automation peers at the annual WWAC symposium, newsletter and/or ISA Automation Week by way of papers, posters, and PowerPoint presentations
    • Leadership Opportunities - Opportunities to take on leadership roles in the division, to help with planning the symposium, writing for the newsletter, updating the website, and moderating the discussion lists.
    • LinkedIn Discussion List & Email Discussion List - the WWID maintains a LinkedIn Group and Listserv Email mailing list for its members.

    Annual WWAC Symposiumwater picture

    ISA 2016 Water & Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium
    Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Resort
    August 2-4, 2016 (Tuesday - Thursday)
    Orlando, Florida, USA

    More information at www.isawwsymposium.com

    • Call for Abstracts/Papers is now available - see www.isawwsymposium.com/call-for-abstracts/
    • Early-bird registration is $325 for ISA members (List price is $425.)
    • Discounts for ISA, WEF and AWWA members.
    • Exhibitor tables are priced at $875 each and come with 2 full conference passes.
    • There are various sponsorship opportunities at the $500, $1500 and $3000 levels.

    Visit the WWAC Symposium website at www.isawwsymposium.com for more information.


    Join Our LinkedIn Group

    LinkedIn If you have a LinkedIn profile, please join our Group - ISA Water and Wastewater Industry Division.  If you don't have a profile, it's free and easy to join!  Feel free to email Jon DiPietro with any questions or concerns you may have about joining the group or creating a LinkedIn profile.

  • Contacts

    Director
    Kevin Patel

    knpatel@sig-auto.com
    (469) 6191241

    Director-elect
    Pavol Segedy

    psegedy@nc.rr.com
    (919) 4275313

    Past Director
    Graham Nasby

    graham.nasby@grahamnasby.com

    Secretary
    David Wilcoxson

    david.wilcoxson@mwhglobal.com
    (925) 6274500

    Treasurer
    David Wilcoxson

    david.wilcoxson@mwhglobal.com
    (925) 6274500

    Honors & Awards Chair
    Graham Nasby

    graham.nasby@grahamnasby.com

    Membership Chair
    Juliana Wafer

    jowafer@sig-auto.com
    (469)619 1241 EXT 105

    Program Chair
    Joseph Provenzano

    provenzano2@comcast.net
    (203)560 1816

    Newsletter Editor
    Graham Nasby

    graham.nasby@grahamnasby.com

    Paper Reviewer
    Joshua Gelman

    gelmanjl@cdmsmith.com
    (703) 6916433

    Symposium Contact
    Pavol Segedy

    psegedy@nc.rr.com
    (919) 4275313

    Liaison
    Thomas DeLaura

    tom.delaura@gmail.com
    (313) 6103559

    Facilitator
    Steven Valdez

    svaldez1210@gmail.com
    (201) 7058721

    Historian
    Henry Hegner

    hrhegner@embarqmail.com
    (540) 7212114

    Special Assignment
    Norman Anderson

    normananderson@polk-county.net
    (863)298 4194

    Special Assignment
    Michael Fedenyszen

    mfedenyszen@vanderweil.com
    (617) 9564573

    Special Assignment
    David Hobart

    dgh@sterlingvalley.com
    (802) 2534634

    Special Assignment
    Sean McMillan

    mcmillanse@cdm.com
    (713) 4237316

    Special Assignment
    Derrick Stableford

    stablefordd@ae.ca
    (403) 2624500