Advances in Solids Reduction Processes at Wastewater Treatment Facilities
04/28/2010 - 2:00 - 3:30 pm EDT
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This webcast, hosted by the National Biosolids Partnership (NBP) will bring together plant operators, utility management, consulting engineering, equipment/process vendors, regulators, and academics interested in learning about the state of the practice in sludge reduction technologies. Join NBP for the second in a series of free quarterly webcasts based on critical biosolids technical topics.
- Learn about the state of the practice in sludge reduction technologies
- Understand the many types of technologies currently available and different general mechanistic principles behind them, and the key factors that determine their consideration for a particular application
- Identify the potential and requirements associated with implementation of these technologies in your facility in the search for reduced sludge disposal requirements, better sludge quality, increased in-plant energy production, and general decreased life-cycle costs
Todd Williams (WEF Residuals & BiosolidsCommittee Vice-Chair): NBP Welcoming Remarks
Julian Sandino (CH2M Hill, Kansas City, MO) - Underlying Mechanistic Principles, Performance Evaluation and Proposed Modeling Approaches for Selected Wastes
Mohammed Abu-Orf (AECOM, Philadelphia, PA) - Conceptual Design of Thermal Hydrolysis Processes for Enhanced Solids Reduction from Anaerobic Digestion
Bruce R. Johnson (CH2M Hill , Englewood, CO) -Applications of Variable Environmental Conditions on Biological Sludge Production in Wastewater Treatment
There is no charge for this webcast.