AWTO Training: Advanced Disinfection and Chemical Reduction Technologies: Part 5 - Live Webinar
Recorded On: 02/24/2023
- Registration Closed
Webinar Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
CWEA Contact Hours: 2.4 towards CWEA AWTO, EIT Certifications
Granular Activated Carbon and Ultraviolet Advanced Oxidation Process
This webinar will cover granular activated carbon (GAC) ultraviolet advanced oxidation (UV AOP) processes that are used in the advanced treatment of reclaimed water. The webinar will highlight the individual technologies and the combined use of these two technologies. It will include treatment components, monitoring strategies, process parameters, instrumentation, and critical control points.
This webinar, along with experience and additional training, may prepare you for the Advanced Water Treatment Operator® Grade 3 certification exam.
rs, you should be able to:
After completing the webinar, you should be able to:
Understand the impact of feed water quality on performance efficiency
Describe the GAC and UV AOP processes
Identify critical control points
Compare and contrast instrumentation and control systems
Define performance parameters such as dose, UV transmittance, and empty bed contact time
ABOUT AWTO® CERTIFICATION
Drinking water, wastewater or water reuse operators working at facilities using advanced water treatment technologies and related control processes may be interested in earning the new, voluntary AWT Operator (AWTO®) Certification.
AWT Operators protect public health by ensuring a supply of safe and high-quality drinking water from advanced water reuse facilities.
Operators who currently hold a Grade 3 certification for Wastewater Treatment Operator or Water Treatment Operator in California or Nevada are eligible to apply for the AWT3 exam. Be sure to download and read the candidate handbook at AWTOperator.org.
Photo by Paul Cockrell.
John Rowe (Moderator)
John was a tenured professor of water resources at a colleges in Florida an Georgia, and has taught microbiology, environmental science, biology, and water resource treatment technology. He has a PhD in environmental sustainability and a PhD in biological sciences, and an A level water and wastewater treatment operator license in Florida. John has worked as a project manager for CH2MHill, and as a technical assistance provider and trainer for the Rural Water Association.
Eva Steinle-Darling is a Vice President and Principal Technologist with Carollo Engineers. She has a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University, where she studied the removal of PFAS using nanofiltration membranes. Her work with Carollo focuses on advanced water treatment and reuse, including research, planning, feasibility studies, and design. Eva is leading Carollo's efforts to address clients' needs in responding to PFAS contamination in drinking water, wastewater, and recycled water. She also is working on several of Carollo’s Water Research Foundation projects in which she is looking at, among many other things, the removal of PFAS through advanced treatment.
Alan has 29 years of environmental consulting experience focused primarily on municipal drinking water treatment design, construction and operations. He manages Carollo’s Salt Lake City office and is one of Carollo’s ozone process leads. Alan has ozone design and operations experience at drinking water facilities, full scale potable reuse facilities, and DPR demonstration facilities, and has lead AWT training session for ozone. Alan is a licensed engineer and former Certified Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator in Utah.
Associate Vice President
Associate Vice President, Carollo Engineers
Jennifer has 15 years of environmental consulting experience in water and wastewater treatment. She is a principal technologist and one of Carollo’s biofiltration leads focused on reuse and drinking water applications. Jennifer has experience with applied research, design, and operational monitoring of biofilters including direct potable reuse demonstration studies. She is a licensed engineer in Florida.
Carollo Engineers, Inc.
Andy has 29 years of environmental consulting experience serving public and private-sector clients in the research and design of water and wastewater treatment systems. He serves as Carollo’s Chief Technologist for Water Reuse and is a nationally recognized expert in water reuse and disinfection. Andy provides guidance and expertise on state-of-the-art technologies on the latest industry issues regarding reuse, leading numerous planning, design, and research projects for various organizations, utilities, and corporations. Andy is a licensed engineer in California, New Mexico, Texas, and Hawaii.
Vice President, Chief Technologist UV
Harold has 30 years’ experience focusing on the applications of UV technologies for drinking water and wastewater disinfection, and potable and non-potable reuse. Harold was a primary author for the USEPA’s UV Disinfection Guidance Manual, Principal Investigator for ten UV project for the Water Research Foundation, and developed the Portland UV Validation Test Facility. Harold is the UV specialist for UV system design and implementation projects across the country at flows up to 600 mgd.
Registrants who view the full recording to see the slides and hear the audio will receive 2.4 contact hours towards CWEA's AWTO & EIT certifications. It is not possible receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.
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