AC22 - Integrating Real-Time Collection System Monitoring for Potable Water Reuse
Recorded On: 04/13/2022
Member fee: $25.00
Non-Member fee: $35.00
1.2 contact hours towards CWEA's: CSM, ECI, EIT Certifications
SWRCB Drinking Water CEUs: 1.0
The Enhanced Source Control Program is a critical addition to a potable reuse program. This presentation will detail the results of field testing several new candidate instruments for a wastewater monitoring program. Performance and O&M requirements will be discussed. Are they ready for prime time or is more work needed?
Learn about Enhanced Source Control Program including what it entails in support of a potable water reuse program
Learn about what real time monitoring and what is currently is available
Learn how to integrate real-time sensors into an Enhanced Source Control Program in support of a potable water reuse program, with clear details of challenges and benefits.
Supervisor Wastewater Research
Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts (LACSD)
Phil is a Supervisor in Wastewater Research section at the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts.
He has over 35 years of experience at the Sanitation Districts; has worked in Design, Operations, Planning, and Research. Has BS and MS
degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from University of Wisconsin at Madison and A PE license.
M.S. UC Berkeley - Environmental Eng
B.S. University of Virginia - Civil Eng
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