FLORIDA SOCIETY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSTS

Upcoming events

    • 22 May 2018
    • 19 Dec 2018
    • 7 sessions
    • teleconference

    Standing scheduled meeting of the FSEA Board of Directors. Meeting may be cancelled if there is no pressing business. Contact secretary@fsea.net for call-in information.

    • 21 Aug 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • TestAmerica Laboratories, Inc. 6712 Benjamin Rd., Suite 100, Tampa, FL 33634
    • 0
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    The Florida Society of Environmental Analysts invites you to attend the Region 4 Field Sampling Workshop at TestAmerica Laboratories, Inc. 6712 Benjamin Rd., Suite 100, Tampa, FL 33634.  FSEA will host this one-day workshop, offered on Tuesday August 21, 2018.  See below for a link to the agenda and registration form. You can now register online as well.

    This is an informative and interesting workshop on the FDEP Standard Operating Procedures for Field Activities. The course instructors will be: Silky and John Labie, both retired from the FDEP and the Principals of Environmental Laboratory Consulting & Technology (ELCAT); Dave Murto – FSEA Past President and member of the Field Sampling committee and Geoff Rosenaw – Collier County employee, FSEA Field Sampling instructor and member of the Field Sampling committee. All instructors have many years of experience in sample collection, quality assurance oversight of field activities, and course instruction. The training team will focus on refining field skills.  Attendees will be given a pretest to complete before the workshop.  Answers to the questions will be discussed during the workshop presentation and will focus on improving knowledge of the SOP contents. 

    There is a section on instrument calibration so please bring your field instrumentation with you. In order to provide plenty of hands-on time for everyone, we can only accommodate a maximum of 30 attendees. Water or wastewater operators - 0.8 CEUs will be offered for this workshop.

    Agenda and registration information available here.


    • 28 Sep 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • South Cross Bayou Water Reclamation Facility 7401 54th Ave. N., St Petersburg, FL 33709
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    South Cross Bayou Water Reclamation Facility is a permitted 33 million gallon per day (MGD) Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant serving South Pinellas County. We use physical, biological, and chemical processes to recover resources from wastewater: reclaimed water for irrigation, biosolids for fertilizer pellets, and gas for renewable energy. South Cross Bayou is home to Pinellas County Utilities’ 5,400 square foot Public Education Center, which includes a full time staff dedicated to fulfilling Utilities’ vision for public education.
     
    Tour Information:
    Our approximately 90 minute tour begins with an introductory presentation, followed by a tram-assisted tour of our 35 acre site. To ensure the safety of all visitors, we request that guests wear flat, close toed shoes/sneakers or work boots which will not slide off your feet. A majority of the tour will take place outside; we recommend guests wear hats/sunglasses/sunscreen, and loose fitting athletic type clothing, and bring a drink with a lid, such as bottled water.

    The tour is free for FSEA members. If you are not yet a member or need to renew you can sign-up as a non-member and pay the $50 membership fee to attend. This will give you membership for one year.

     
    South Cross Bayou Water Reclamation Facility
    7401 54th Ave. N., St Petersburg, FL 33709
    Friday, September 28th at 10 a.m.

    • 12 Oct 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Tampa Bay Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant, 2301 Regional Water Lane, Tampa, FL 33619
    • 20
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    Tampa Bay Water is a regional wholesale supplier of drinking water to member governments in Pasco, Hillsborough, and Pinellas Counties. Tampa Bay Water owns and manages a unique and complex water supply system that blends surface water, groundwater, and desalinated seawater to provide clean, high-quality drinking water to nearly 2.4 million people in the Tampa Bay region. The finished blend varies depending on seasonal rainfall and environmental conditions.
     
    Nearly half of Tampa Bay Water’s supply is river water that is treated at the Tampa Bay Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant, which is operated by Veolia Water. Water sources for this facility include the Hillsborough River, Tampa Bypass Canal, and the Alafia River. During rainy times, the facility treats as much surface water as possible, and the surplus water is stored in the 15.5-billion gallon C.W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir for use during dry times.
     
    The Tampa Bay Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant uses a multi-barrier process to produce clean, high-quality drinking water. It can produce 99 mgd annual average and has a maximum rated capacity of 120 mgd.

    Guests must wear flat, close toed shoes/sneakers or work boots which will not slide off your feet. We recommend guests bring hats/sunglasses/sunscreen, and loose fitting athletic type clothing, and bring a drink with a lid, such as bottled water.

    The tour is free for FSEA members. If you are not yet a member or need to renew you can sign-up as a non-member and pay the $50 membership fee to attend. This will give you membership for one year.

    Tampa Bay Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant, 2301 Regional Water Lane, Tampa, FL 33619

    • 24 Oct 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 25 Oct 2018
    • 3:15 PM
    • Wyndham Grand Harbourside - Jupiter
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    Exhibitor Registration - Basic registration includes a 6 foot table and chair (a 10' display cannot be accommodated in this space). Platinum registration includes basic level plus recognition during the welcome session, company logo displayed on a poster in the registration area and on the screen in the meeting room between sessions. A portion of the platinum registration fees go towards supporting our Student Mentor Program and the Fredrick C. Bothe Scholarship for Environmental Studies.

    Hotel reservation link - click here.

    Exhibitor Meeting Registration Documents click here

    • 24 Oct 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 25 Oct 2018
    • 3:15 PM
    • Wyndham Grand Harbourside - Jupiter
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    Exhibitors - only use this registration link if you need to add extra reps after you have already completed your exhibitor registration.  Entering the additional rep here will include them on our contact list with their contact information. To add more than one additional rep (up to 3 extra maximum) enter the first one and then add the others as guests.

Past events

24 Jul 2018 2018 Region 6 Ethics and Data Integrity Workshop
23 May 2018 Exhibitor Additional Reps - Spring Meeting 2018
23 May 2018 Exhibitor Registration - FSEA Spring Meeting 2018
23 May 2018 2018 Student Registration - Spring Meeting and Technical Session
23 May 2018 2018 Spring Meeting and Technical Session
22 Mar 2018 Region 3 Field Workshop
3 Feb 2018 Region 5 Meet and Greet
18 Dec 2017 How to Write a Quality Manual Workshop - Region 4
25 Oct 2017 Thermo Fisher Scientific Lunch and Learn - High Throughput Water and Wastewater Analysis with the Discrete Analyzer
25 Oct 2017 Exhibitor Additional Reps
25 Oct 2017 Exhibitor Registration - FSEA Fall Meeting 2017
25 Oct 2017 Student Registration Fall Meeting and Technical Session
25 Oct 2017 Fall Meeting and Technical Session
22 Sep 2017 Region 4 Ethics and Data Integrity Workshop (0.5 CEUs)
21 Sep 2017 Region 5 Ethics and Data Integrity Workshop CANCELLED
13 Sep 2017 Region 6 Field Sampling Workshop (0.8 CEUs) - CANCELLED DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA
17 Aug 2017 Region 6 Ethics and Data Integrity Workshop (0.4 CEUs)
27 Jul 2017 Region 3 Wet Chemistry workshop (0.8 CEUs)
18 Jul 2017 Region 6 Meet and Greet at Green Cay Nature Center
10 May 2017 Exhibitor Additional Reps
10 May 2017 Exhibitor Registration - FSEA Spring Meeting 2017
10 May 2017 Lunch and Learn - Agilent Technologies
10 May 2017 Lunch and Learn - Environmental Express
10 May 2017 Student Registration - Spring Meeting and Technical Session
10 May 2017 Spring Meeting and Technical Session

Florida Society of Environmental Analysts is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.                                                                                        secretary@fsea.net    941-748-5700   FSEA, P.O. Box 1617, Tavares, FL 32778-1617

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