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The Association is a voluntary organization. It thrives from your hard work and commitment. These guidelines were established in response to previous requests to identify the needs and expectations of the Committee and are intended to assist you in meeting the goals and objectives of the Association. As you fulfill the duties and responsibilities of your committee, the Association fulfills its purpose of advancing public knowledge concerning the water environment, and we thank you.


Duties and Responsibilities

·         Holds committee meetings as needed.

·         Submits annual budget request to Budget and Finance Committee.

·         Assists the program committees in soliciting technical presentations as needed for the Mid-Year Meeting, Operator Conference and SCEC.

·         Sponsors at least one technical information workshop regarding updated industry practice for residuals and biosolids issues.

·         Provides one technical paper each year for the Journal. The paper should be submitted to the Publications Committee within the Quarter of the technical workshop.

·         Provides input to SCDHEC in the development of regulations and practices relative to biosolids and residuals management.

·         Assists the Public Education Committee in promoting public education on the benefits of biosolids reuse.

·         Chair-Elect shall serve on the Education Committee.

·         Solicits nominees and selects the award winner for the Association’s Biosolids and Residual Management Program of the Year Award. Ensures recipients attend the Awards Luncheon at the SCEC.

·         Coordinates with the Association Office to ensure that the award plaque is prepared in a timely fashion and that the award is included in the Awards Luncheon program agenda.

·         Coordinates with the President-Elect, presides over the luncheon, for the introduction of the Biosolids and Residual Management Committee Chair at the luncheon.

·         Makes presentation at the Awards Luncheon and remains for pictures with the recipient for the Journal.

·         Prepares list of all names, titles, affiliation and corresponding award to give to the Publications Committee Chair prior to the awards presentation.

·         Chair attends the Executive Committee meetings as required. It is acceptable to allow the Education Committee Chair to serve as proxy.

·         Makes a report as necessary to include an annual report to be presented at the Annual Meeting and published in the 2nd Quarter Journal.





Vice Chair

Members-at-large (40)

* The Association President shall designate the Chair, the Association President-Elect shall designate the Chair-Elect and the Association First Vice President shall designate the Vice Chair of the Committee except where otherwise noted in this document.

Chair Rotation: 1 year

Liaison: First Vice President

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