AWWA Webinar: Potable Reuse Treatment Strategies and Considerations

Webinar Slated Nov. 7

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Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2018 12:25 pm | Updated: 9:45 am, Tue Oct 16, 2018.

The American Water Works Association will host a 1.5-hour online class Nov. 7 about the considerations involved with potable reuse systems.

SCN readers can receive a 10 percent discount by using promotional code SCNW181107 when registering here.

This webinar provides insights into the planning of potable reuse projects and provides real information to help guide engineers and agencies to select potable reuse trains for their areas that are the most sustainable. It also highlights the advantages and disadvantages of potential alternative treatment trains and reasons the presenting agencies selected the processes they are implementing. Various areas of the country are represented in the presentations and multiple different processes highlighted, making the information the webinar presents relevant to a wide audience, from public managers to technical engineers and more.

This webinar provides useful information regarding what interested agencies need to consider before selecting a treatment train for a potable reuse project. It will help the audience understand performance, advantages and disadvantages, and the limitations of the full advanced treatment compared with alternative potable reuse trains. The processes selected by the presenting agencies include variations of O3-BAF, a progression of processes from O3 to MF/RO/UV-AOP, and partial RO.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn how four agencies made process decisions and what factors were critical in their decision making.
  2. Learn about the limitations and capabilities of alternative treatment trains.
  3. Learn how influent water quality affects advanced treatment process performance and operation.
  4. Ascertain how O3-BAF works and learn how agencies have planned to manage bromate and NDMA formation.
  5. Evaluate the effectiveness of alternative treatment processes for reducing compounds of emerging concern and for managing waste flows

A single registration allows the convenience of individual training from your desktop computer. For multiple participants, select the Group registration box and add to cart.

Cost, with the discount, is $67.50 for AWWA members and $112.50 for non-members.

Click here to register.

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