Johnson County Science Cafe

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Johnson County Science Cafe’

A History of Water Pollution in Kansas City

Speakers: John Dunn, Environmental Engineer, US EPA Region 7
              
Date: February 11, 2014

Time: 6:30 pm

Location: Coaches Bar and Grill, 9089 W. 135th Street, one block west of 135th and Antioch, south side of 135th St.

Kansas City is a river town.  Our local history and the history of water pollution are closely related. We will talk about familiar places and names, and how this fits into the water pollution story of Kansas City.  You will see how the decisions of years past have created our current challenges and choices in the KC Metro.  Please bring questions!

Mr. Dunn has worked as an Environmental Engineer with the Environmental Protection Agency for 25 years.  During that time he has served in the NPDES Water Pollution Permits Section.  His areas of experience have included Water Quality-based permits, Industrial Permits, Biofuels development, Power Plant issues, TMDL’s, Biosolids, Big River issues, and Security and Water Infrastructure Protection. Volunteer in the Missouri 340 race. Ground Crew, Safety Boat.

For more information: biologycctrack@hotmail.com

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