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This 60-minute seminar will provide water system managers, operators and engineers a practical understanding of the conditions, chemistry and science behind trihalomethane (THMs) generation in water distribution systems. Importantly, the second half of the seminar will present a suite of proven technologies that can be employed to reduce THM levels in real world water distribution systems.
- Background on DBP and THM regulation in the United States
- EPA and Stage 2 DBP Rules
- THM generation in water systems
- Conditions that allow for THM formation
- Nature of THMs (volatile compounds, Henry’s Law)
- Basics of THM removal
- THM volatilization – driving force
- Role of tank de-stratification and mixing
- Role of aeration
- Equipment options and equipment form factors
- Case Studies:
- Mixing and Ventilation
- Mixing, Ventilation and Aeration
- Process control and energy management
- Attendees will understand the conditions that generate THMs in distribution systems and the physical/chemical nature of THMs
- Attendees will better understand the mechanisms for THM removal based on the physical/chemical nature of THMs
- Attendees will be able to understand the roles of various technology choices and form factors that can aid in the removal of THMs through in-tank aeration
This webinar is 10:00 am - 11:00 am on November 16.
Earn up to 1 contact hour, based on attendance
Speaker: Kevin Sanner, UGSI Solutions Inc.
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