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Wastewater and Nitrogen Removal: Facts, Myths and a Hopeful Future

August 4, 2023 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am EDT
Candlelight Diner
56 Veterans Memorial Hwy
Commack, NY 11725

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EVENT SPONSOR: John Tanacredi, Ph.D.
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Roger C. Tollefsen B. ChE
Roger C. Tollefsen has degrees in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. He has been deeply immersed in New York’s seafood wholesale and retail industry and served as president of New York’s Seafood Council. He has provided Congressional testimony on seafood safety, is a recognized food processing authority and is certified as a Qualified Trainer for the Association of Food & Drug Officials.
Roger has served on New York Sea Grant’s Program Advisory Committee, the Brown Tide Research Initiative and the Peconic Bay Estuary Program’s Citizens’ Advisory Committee. He was recognized as “Man of the Year” for both Promote Long Island and Save the Bay and was the Citizens’ keynote speaker on the acceptance of the Peconic Estuary into the National Estuary Program.
For at least 30 years, Roger has researched the nutritional needs of shellfish and nitrogen management. He has presented his position on nitrogen management at technical conferences, legislative and environmental meetings and to numerous local newspapers.

Royal Reynolds, PE
Royal Reynolds is a Professional Engineer licensed in New York State. He has over 40 years of experience in water supply and wastewater management. He was previously employed by the Nassau County Department of Health and the Suffolk County Department of Health Services as a public health engineer. He presently acts as a consultant to various civic and community organizations on environmental issues, including noise, light pollution, traffic safety, wastewater, water supply and land development. He is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers, Institute of Traffic Engineers and American Society of Civil Engineers.

Dr. Robert Nuzzi
Dr. Nuzzi has a Ph.D. in Biology and has been a teacher and a researcher. He spent over thirty years as the supervisor of the Bureau of Marine Resources of the Suffolk County Department of Health Services, where he was intimately involved with the ecology of the waters surrounding the county, on which he has published a number of papers. He continues to be involved in research concerning the local ecology and will be presenting his latest work.