- November 7: Ted Tyree, P.E. of the Knoxville Utilities Board will present a discussion on “Update on KUB Treatment Plants”.
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- November 21: Roy Arthur, Knox County Watershed Coordinator, will be the speaker. What happens to storm water and stream water is very important and disposition of water issues requires much of the Knoxville City Council’s time. The Technical Society members will have opportunities to interact with a person who has both understanding and experience in local gtoundwater management.
- November 28: George J. Hyfantis, Jr., Ph.D., P.E. will discuss “The Sevier County Compost Facility”.