Event Details


Date and Time: 

Friday, June 18, 2021   

11:00 am – 12:00 Noon

Roundtable Moderator and Facilitator:

Entech/Tori Morgan

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Register now for this informative discussion in our PIX Virtual Lunchtime Roundtable:  Sneak Peek of What’s Happening at the EAJSA and how it will benefit you!

PIX Roundtable:  SNEAK PEEK of What’s Happening at the EAJSA

Join us for the PIX Virtual Lunchtime Roundtable Series on Friday, June 18, 2021, at 11:00 am. 

This Roundtable, sponsored by Hazen and Sawyer, is designed to give a “sneak peek” of the exciting new equipment and system upgrades planned at the Easton Area Joint Sewer Authority (EAJSA) Wastewater Treatment Plant Facility.

The EAJSA is undertaking three major projects that will provide greater operational efficiencies and cost savings to all of its users.

The planned disk filter system project will increase solids removal before the chlorine contact tank.  Second, an upgrade of the current rotomats to a flow-through screening system will increase the efficiency of rags and large solids removal. Thirdly, a planned combined heat and power project will utilize fats, oils, and grease to increase gas production and greatly reduce the facility’s energy costs.

After the information session, the roundtable will allow for an open discussion for viewers to ask questions to the Easton panelists. Do not forget to ask the panelist how these upgrades turn into cost savings for the permitted industries and the financial benefits to everyone involved with the EAJSA.

No PowerPoints.  No script.  Just informative candid conversation!!!

This FREE virtual roundtable is a must-attend for area businesses!

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Roundtable Panelists

Chuck Wilson

Chuck Wilson

City of Easton Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Manager

Chuck graduated Montana State University – Northern, with a Bachelor of Science in Business with a Minor in Water Quality.  He operated Water & Wastewater Facilities in Yellowstone National Park and was the Superintendent of the Ed Thomas Water Plant in Burlington, NC before coming northeast to be the Superintendent of the City of Easton Water Plant.
Carrie P. Lambert

Carrie P. Lambert

City of Easton Wastewater Treatment Plant Laboratory Manager

Carrie gained accreditation through the Department of Environmental Protection in 3 months. She previously worked as a laboratory analyst one for Suburban Testing Labs before becoming a traveling wastewater operator for EEMA&O. Graduate of Kutztown University with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry.
Alex Hoffman

Alex Hoffman

City of Easton Wastewater Treatment Plant Assistant Operations Manager/ Industrial Pretreatment Manager

Alex started her wastewater career in 2013 as a laboratory analyst at the City of Easton’s onsite laboratory. She transitioned into the Industrial Pretreatment Manager role in 2016. She has since been promoted to her dual role as Assistant Operations Manager and Industrial Pretreatment Manager. Alex is a certified wastewater operator and obtained her B.S. degree in Environmental Science from Bloomsburg University.
Jeffrey J. Morgan, P.E.

Jeffrey J. Morgan, P.E.

SC Engineers, Inc.

Easton Area Joint Sewer Authority Consulting Engineer

Jeff has over thirty (30) years of diverse engineering, construction, and client management experience. He is familiar with all aspects of the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Program, served as an expert witness in NPDES permit appeal cases, and otherwise assures that municipalities/authorities comply with all of their wastewater and stormwater regulatory requirements. Jeff assists various municipalities/authorities with the implementation of Industrial Pretreatment Programs (IPP) including preparation of detailed local limits analyses, development of surcharge programs, revisions to Authority Rules and Regulations, and amendments to Municipal Sewer Use Ordinances and serves as the IPP Coordinator for two clients. He has participated in the design, oversight, inspection, and construction management of tens of millions of dollars in capital improvement projects over the past 30 years. He continues to direct design engineers, review plans and specifications, perform field inspections, review shop drawings, hold job meetings, review and negotiate change orders, and process payment applications.

Tori Morgan - Moderator

Tori Morgan - Moderator

Compliance Coordinator/Senior Project Manager

Entech Engineering, Inc.

Tori brings thirty years of diverse experience in compliance management, industrial pretreatment and quality control, health & safety fields and regulatory support. At Entech, Tori takes the lead on centralizing regulatory and compliance work to help ensure their clients stay abreast of regulatory changes by developing and maintaining a database for tracking their clients permitting needs, expand Entech’s industrial pretreatment portfolio and mentor other employees. Tori’s experience includes supervision, compliance management, environmental audits, budget preparation, operations, safety, laboratory, compliance and QA/QC software management, industrial pretreatment and regulatory support. She is also a certified water and wastewater operator in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In addition to Tori’s technical achievements, she serves on multiple public and community service boards including Lehigh Valley Planning Commission, Parkland School Education Foundation, Western Lehigh Chamber of Commerce, and is also an elected Commissioner for South Whitehall Township, currently serving as President.

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