WATER REUSE: Use of Advanced Oxidation Processes for Resource Recovery (7-13-2011)
07/13/2011 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Water reuse across multiple economic sectors is one of the solutions to the future sustainability of water as a resource. This requires exceptional quality effluent treatment and innovative technologies in order to achieve this goal. The performance of these technologies which include advanced oxidation processes (AOP) will be critical to enhance public perception of the value of water. Although AOP is not new, more work is needed to introduce the processes and their applications to broader audiences. Through a collaboration effort with the Disinfection Committee, Water Reuse Committee, and Micro-constituents Community of Practice, we hope to reach out to those who are not familiar to the technology that water reuse is within reach. In addition, the AOP Webcast will help to strengthen the need for us to act now before this invaluable resource is exhausted.
- Microconstituents Removal
- Water Reuse
- Gary Hunter, Black & Veatch
- Joseph Cleary, HDR/HydroQual, Inc.
- Andrew Salveson, Carollo
This webcast was organized by the Municipal Wastewater Treatment Design Committee/Leading Edge Outreach Subcommittee.
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be earned for participation in each webcast. Please note: Webcast participants are responsible for exploring their state requirements to have their Educational Credits approved for credit.
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