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Lunch Time Webinar DBPs: Managing and Reducing DBPs - hosted by the AWWA NJ Education and Professional Development Committee

 Export to Your Calendar 6/26/2019
When: June 26, 2019
12:00 PM
Where: Webinar!
Contact: Mona Cavalcoli
1-866-436-1120


Online registration is available until: 6/25/2019
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Join our Education and Professional Development Committee as they host the June Lunch Time Webinar - 

DBPs Managing and Reducing DBPs

Our presenter, Bob Raczko,  is a senior process engineer with over 39 years’ experience in the water industry. He is responsible for process optimization, troubleshooting, and ensuring regulatory compliance for all SUEZ’s water treatment plants (WTPs). Much of Bob’s work has been and continues to be focused on managing and reducing DBPs. He has developed a consistent approach to evaluating WTPs for many issues, especially DBPs. Bob is active in AWWA, serving on the NJAWWA Research Committee as well as Principal Investigator on Water Research Foundation (WRF) research projects and as a PAC member for Water Research Foundation (WRF) projects.

 

The Webinar will focus on these learning objectives:

  • Understand DBP issues facing WTPs
  • Develop an understanding of the techniques that can be used to evaluate and reduce DBPs
  • Learn to develop a consistent approach to successfully reduce DBPs

 

The overview for the Webinar will:

 

Identify typical issues and opportunities for managing and reducing DBPs:

  • THM, OEL, LRAA Exceedances
  • TOC compliance
  • Optimizing CT compliance to reduce DBPs

 

Case studies where Suez’s approach has been effective in managing and reducing DBPs:

  • Mohawk Valley Water Authority (MVWA), Utica, NY
  • Pawtucket, RI
  • Kearny, NJ
  • Blue Lake WTP, SWNY Orange County, NY
  • Lake Deforest WTP, Rockland County, NY
  • Lambertville, NJ

 

This Webinar has been approved for the following Professional Development Credits:   1 Water TCH, 1 NJ CPC, 1 NY PDH.  How to obtain the credits will be included in the presentation.

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