- Thursday, October 6th
- 7:30 am – 2:00 pm
- Owens Community College Math/Science Center
- 7375 Championship Drive, Perrysburg , Ohio 43551
This program is for professional operators of water supply and wastewater treatment plants, professional engineers, public administrators, and others responsible for making decisions in the operation of public utilities.
Register below by Friday, September 30 to experience hands-on, lab-focused training sessions with water and wastewater experts. The cost is $25 for TMACOG members and $40 for non-members and includes lunch between the two scheduled sessions. Plenty of free parking is available.
11:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
Toni Glymph-Martin has considerable knowledge of the principles, practices, and procedures of environmental science as it relates to water quality monitoring and regulations; water and wastewater treatment; and environmental research. She has more than 42 years of experience related to water quality, including 27 years in public utilities and 15 years as an environmental regulator. She currently works as an environmental microbiologist and consultant with Wastewater Microbiology Solutions.
George Bullerjahn has been a faculty member at Bowling Green State University since 1988. He earned his undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College and received his PhD in biology at the University of Virginia. During his National Institutes of Health post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Missouri, he worked on the physiology of cyanobacterial responses to oxidative and nutrient stress. At BGSU, his lab applies genomic approaches to understanding the establishment, persistence and decline of toxic cyanobacterial blooms in the Great Lakes. He is currently the director of the NIH/NSF Great Lakes Center for Fresh Waters and Human Health at BGSU.
THANK YOU to our event sponsor:
TMACOG is a member organization. Members include governments: counties, cities, villages, and townships. Non-governmental members include utilities, advocacy organizations, schools, and special districts and authorities.