March 8th, 2017

WATERLOO TECHNICAL SOCIETY

Wednesday 8th, March 2017
 Cedar Falls “Clarion Inn” Against the Grain Restaurant
(Formerly called the Holiday Inn)


An Innovative Waste Water Treatment Process


Topic: Understanding the “ISAM” (Integrated Surge Anoxic Mix) - An innovative wastewater treatment process for Municipalities and Industries.   Complex Organic Solids Undergo Hydrolysis to Simpler Soluble Organics.


Speaker: Erick Mandt is Vice-President of Sales and Marketing at Fluidyne Corporation in Cedar Falls.  Fluidyne designs and manufactures biological wastewater treatment systems. Erick has over twenty-four years’ experience with Fluidyne in application engineering, project management and product development.  Erick graduated from Arizona State University. He is married to Anne and they have three children, Rachel, James and Marcus.

Program Chair:   Gary Dorhout

Meal:    Plated Dinner:  Grilled and Sliced Sirloin (flat iron) with sauce chimichurri.

Price:               $18.00 per person (includes tax, tip & room rent)  

The Clarion has requested that we collect cash for the meal and not checks.  “Cash Please” 

Time: 

Social period: 6:00 P.M. 

Dinner:            6:30 P.M. 

Location: “Against The Grain” Restaurant, Cedar Falls  Clarion Inn  5826 University Ave., Cedar Falls 50613.


Dinner Reservations can be made 2 ways:

1. : reservations@waterlootechnicalsociety.org (preferred)

2.      Cell Phone number (319-240-1218)

Please indicate if you are NOT having dinner with us when making a reservation.  Please also provide the names of any guests so that nametags can be ready for them.


Please make reservations by 4:00 PM, Monday 6 March 2017.    Guests are always welcome.   

Note: Checks to purchase meals from the Clarion Inn should be made out to “Clarion Inn.”

Dues: Member dues of $10.00 may be sent to the Treasurer, Kenneth Friend, 1112 W. 4th St., Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613-2430 (ph 319-277-2312) or paid at the meeting.   E-mail:  friendfamily@cfu.net  

Checks for membership to the Waterloo technical Society should be made out to the “Waterloo Technical Society”.

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