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Free Webinar: Lowering THMs in the Distribution System Using

Postby nrwacw » 11 Dec 2012 19:57

NRWA and Water University are hosting a free webinar

Lowering THMs in the Distribution System Using In-Tank Aeration (Register Now)
2 p.m. (central) Jan. 17

Compliance with the Stage 2 D/DBP Rule is at our doorstep, and utilities are considering a range of options to achieve compliance. In addition to considering changes to treatment plant operations, utilities are also exploring ways of lowering THM levels in their distribution system using in-tank aeration. Aeration can reduce THM levels in finished drinking water, often by more than 50%. But in-tank aeration can lead to high energy costs and adverse effects on water quality if the aeration system is not designed and installed properly. In this webinar, Dr. Peter S. Fiske will review the current technologies now being deployed around the country to successfully reduce THM levels in drinking water and discuss case studies where in-tank aeration has been employed successfully to help utilities reach Stage 2 DBP Rule compliance. Participants will gain practical, hands-on knowledge about in-tank aeration systems, and how to avoid some common pitfalls and problems.

Webinar presenter:
Dr. Peter S. Fiske is the CEO of PAX Water Technologies, Inc., the leading manufacturer of energy-efficient in-tank technologies for improving water quality. Dr. Fiske received his Ph.D. from Stanford University and has extensive experience in the fields of chemistry and materials science.
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