Case Histories on the Use of Peracetic Acid
02/12/2014 - 1:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern
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acid (PAA) is a powerful oxidant that is receiving much interest in disinfecting
wastewater and wet weather flows. This webcast is a follow up to a WEFTEC 2013
PAA session, and will provide operational and maintenance information from the
PAA disinfection system installed in St. Augustine, FL, which has been operating
successfully for many years. In addition, recent information will be provided
on the use of PAA at wastewater and wet weather flow facilities.
This webcast is sponsored by the FMC Corporation.
Relevance of Topic:
PAA has a long shelf life, and
therefore, can be applied in a number of applications where traditional
disinfection approaches might be challenged. Effective disinfection can be
achieved with PAA from both cost and efficiency perspectives. Data will be
presented during the webcast on the effectiveness of this disinfection
- Operational History of the Longest Operating PAA Facility in the US
- Advantages and Disadvantages of the Use of this Chemical in Disinfection Applications
- Case History Information on the Use of PAA at other Wastewater Facilities
- Case History Information on the Use of PAA to Disinfect Wet Weather Flows
- Glabra Skipp,
Environmental Compliance Analyst, City of St. Augustine, FL
- Alberto Garibi, Business Development
Director, FMC Corporation
- Robert T. Freeborn, Vice President, PERAGreen Solutions
- Gary Hunter, Senior Wastewater Process
Engineer, Black & Veatch Corporation (Moderator)
This webcast is being offered at no charge.
There will be 2.0 Professional
Development Hours (PDHs) offered for this webcast. Please check with your
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