About This Event


April 28, 2021 • Noon


Virtual (GoToWebinar)

Hosted By

MO-AWWA Young Professionals

Course Description

The City of Maryville, MO is currently experiencing issues with harmful algal blooms (HAB) in Mozingo Lake, their surface water supply, resulting in taste and odor (T&O) events within the distribution system. To address the issue, the City contracted HDR to evaluate methods to mitigate T&O compounds through the treatment process and address the formation of cyanotoxins produced by the HABs.

Registration Fee



This session is eligible for 1 PDH credit (not approved for operator credit).

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Roopa Matole, P.E.

Roopa Matole, P.E.
Water & Wastewater Engineer for HDR Inc.

Roopa has worked for HDR Engineering for 6 years on drinking water and wastewater projects and currently a licensed professional engineer in Kansas. She has earned her master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from Kansas University. She is actively involved with Kansas and Missouri AWWA and KWEA YP group.

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