AC23 - Partial Nitrification for Clear Secondary Effluent
Recorded On: 04/19/2023
CWEA Contact Hours: 0.6 contact hours towards CWEA ECI, LAB, AWTO certifications.
The presentation will cover partial nitrification for non-nitrifying biological process to produce a clearer secondary effluent.
Difference between non-nitrifying process and full nitrification
Concept and control strategy
• City of San Clemente operation strategy
Describe the and understand the nitrification process and how to control nitrification
Recognize the potential risks and benefits
understand the concept and control strategies of partial nitrification
Chief Plant Operator
City of San clemente
Brett Faulkner (he/him/his)
Brett Faulkner is a supervising engineer at Trussell Technologies. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder and an M.S. in environmental engineering from San Diego State University. Mr. Faulkner has over 13 years of professional experience in California specializing in wastewater and advanced water treatment with an emphasis on process optimization and design. Mr. Faulkner is a registered professional engineer in the state of California and a certified Grade III wastewater operator. Mr. Faulkner also provides operational support and on-call engineering services for multiple wastewater agencies in California.
Christine Polo (she/her/hers)
Biosolids and Sustainability Technologist
Christine Polo works a senior technologist with Carollo Engineers in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has 13 years of experience specializing in biosolids planning for wastewater utilities including working on many biosolids master plans, biogas use alternatives analysis, and, more recently, greenhouse gas accounting and food waste co-digestion studies.
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