WATER EXECUTIVE Forum-2009 Proceedings

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This conference proceedings CD contains the PowerPoint presentations, and Papers when available. Titles of the presentations are listed below. The files are in Adobe Acrobat format for easy viewing.

2009 WATER EXECUTIVE Forum
MARCH 30-31, 2009
MARRIOTT COURTYARD HOTEL IN CENTER CITY PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

Monday, March 30
Session Moderator:
Mr. William Malarkey, managing director - Investment Banking, Boenning & Scattergood Inc.
9:00 AM— Trends in International Reuse Projects
Hu Flemming, global director, Hatch Water

9:30 AM— Bringing Innovative Solutions to the Current and Future Challenges of Water Treatment
Paul Raymond, president, Ashland Hercules Water Technologies

10:00 AM— The Water:Energy Nexus…Simultaneous Solutions or Dual Disasters?
Jeff Fulgham, chief marketing officer, GE Water & Process technologies

11:00 AM—Commercialization of Nanotechnology for Removal of Heavy Metals in Drinking Water and Wastewater
Lisa M. Farmen, P.E., president, Crystal Clear Technologies

11:30 AM—Possible Applications of Fullerene Nanomaterials in Water Treatment and Reuse
Ernest Matthew Hotze, Ph.D., researcher, CNRS at Le Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement des Géosciences de l’Environnement

1:30 PM— Financing Water Companies' Growth in these Challenging Economic Times
David Gray, managing director, Credit Suisse

2:00 PM— Nano Alumina Non-Woven Filters – An Alternative to MP/UP Membranes
Fred Tepper, president, Argonide Corp.

2:30 PM— Water Cultivation: The Paths to Profit in Meeting Water Needs
Michael LoCascio, senior analyst, Lux Research

3:15 PM—Nanocomposite Reverse Osmosis Membranes
Jeff Green, CEO, NanoH2O Inc.

3:45 PM— Improvements in Heat Transfer Technologies and their Impact on the Water Business
David E. Flitman, executive vice president and president, Water and Process Services Division, Nalco Co.

6:30-8:00 PM—Dinner
Water Infrastructure Investment: Current Issues and Potential Tools for the Future Tommy Holmes, legislative director, American Water Works Association

Tuesday, March 31
9:00 AM— Water Infrastructure in Latin America: Key Challenges and Business Opportunities in 2009
Omar Del Valle Colosio, director- new business development, CG/LA Infrastructure

9:30 AM— Equity Investing in the Water Industry
Ryan M. Connors, senior analyst - industrial services, Boenning & Scattergood, Inc.

10:00 AM— Blue Gold
G.G. Pique, president and CEO, Energy Recovery


11:00 AM— Intake to Outfall - Impacting the Total Life Cycle Costs of Treating Water
Matthew Knight, senior vice president-global sales, Siemens Water Technology Corp.
PRESENTATION MATERIAL UNAVAILABLE
11:30 AM— Carbon Nanotubes: A Fundamental Shift in Filtration
Roger S. Miller, president, Water Filtration, Seldon Technologies Inc.

Economic Stimulus and EPA Office of Water Priorities Jon Capacasa, Director, Water Protection Division at US EPA Region III
PRESENTATION MATERIAL UNAVAILABLE
1:45 PM— Excerpts from Nanotechnology Applications for Clean Water
Richard Sustich, industrial and governmental development manager, CAMPWS at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2:15 PM— Technology Developments in Additives, and their Implications for Treatment Applications and the Water Business
Paul Turgeon, president, BWA Water Additives

2:45 PM—M&A in the Water Equipment and Technology Sector
William Malarkey, managing director - Investment Banking, Boenning & Scattergood Inc.

3:15 PM—An Overview of the Water Business and Potential Impact by the Stimulus Package
Eric Meliton, research analyst, Frost & Sullivan



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