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Disinfectant Residual Control In Water Distribution Systems

Member/Non-member $25

Online registration for this webinar closes on November 15

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Description:
This 60-minute seminar will provide water system managers, operators and engineers a practical understanding of the conditions, chemistry and science behind affecting positive control of both chloramine and free-chlorine levels in water distribution systems.  Importantly, the second half of the seminar will present a suite of proven technologies that can be employed to automatically control disinfectant residual levels in real world water distribution systems.

Outline:

  1. Background on the importance of controlling disinfectant residual levels in water systems
    1. Prevalence of low residual related MCL violations
    2. AWWA 2017 Disinfection Survey results
  2. Nitrification
    1. Role of nitrifying bacteria in the destruction of water quality (chloramine systems)
    2. Operational procedures currently used to stave-off nitrification
  3. The Breakpoint Curve – Understanding Fluctuating Residual Levels in Networks
    1. A simple explanation to a lot of chlorine based residual chemistry
    2. Requirements to controlling setpoint on a breakpoint curve
  4. Equipment options and equipment form factors
    1. Roles of tank mixing, chemical feed, real-time water quality analysis and feedback algorithms
  5. Case Studies:
    1. Automatic control of chloramine residuals in water networks
    2. Automatic control of chloramine residuals in water networks with multiple tanks
    3. Controlling free-chlorine residual versus chloramine residual

This webinar is 8:00 am - 9:00 am on November 17.
Earn up to 1 contact hour, based on attendance
Receipts for classes are from schickarmane@ca-nv-awwa.org
Speaker: Andrew Seidel, CEO, UGSI Solutions, Inc.

Andrew D. Seidel is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of UGSI Solutions, Inc. – a process technology company specializing in chemical feed and disinfection. He serves as a Director on the Boards of O’Brien & Gere, a private engineering services company located in Syracuse, NY and Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies, Inc. a resource recovery company located in Vancouver, Canada.


Mr. Seidel was a Founder and the CEO of Underground Solutions, Inc. which was sold to Aegion (NASDAQ: AEGN) in 2016.  Mr. Seidel served as the Chief Executive Officer of United States Filter Corporation from 2000 to 2004 after serving in multiple senior management positions.  He was a Senior Advisor at Vantage-Point Venture Partners, a venture capital fund and has served on the Boards of Aqua America (NYSE: WTR), Veolia Environment (NYSE: VE), Nuverra Environment Solutions, and National Waterworks. 

He holds a B.S.E. degree in Chemical Engineering and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2017, Mr. Seidel was awarded the D. Robert Yarnell Award from the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science.


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When
11/17/2021
Where
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM ONLINE WEBINAR
Online registration not available.
 

Refund Policy

Requests for refunds and transfers must be made in writing and are subject to the following conditions: Full refund of fee paid (minus 25% handling fee) will be issued for cancellations received more than 15 days prior to class start date. All fees are non-refundable thereafter. Transfers are based on availability. No transfer requests will be authorized if they are not received more than 15 days prior to class start date. A 100% refund or credit of your registration fee will be issued if a class is canceled by the Section.

Transfer Policy

Requests for transfers must be made in writing and are subject to the following conditions: Transfers are based on availability.  No transfer requests will be authorized if they are not received more than 15 days prior to class start date.