Upcoming Webinars & Veolia Tech Talks

Water is a precious resource and is becoming increasingly scarce. Veolia Water Technologies is committed to helping professionals best manage this resource by holding webinars.

Introducing Veolia Water Tech Talks

Comprehensive Webinar Live Webinars with Global Experts

We are committed to providing continuing education to individuals within the industries and municipalities we serve. It is our goal to support you in the pursuit of expanding your knowledge in the advancements and best practices related to water and wastewater treatment. 

Below is our schedule of live interactive webinar events with leading water and wastewater experts. We hope you are able to join us at one of these presentations. 


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Upcoming Webinars

Saline Water - Unlocking the Potential for this Water Resource

Thursday, June 9 | 2PM EDT

Saline water can significantly impact the environment when discharged in fresh water. The treatment of saline water can however be complex. In this webinar, we will evaluate various methods to treat and manage saline water.  Register Now

Reducing Wastewater Treatment Costs with Advanced Evaporation Technologies

Wednesday, June 15 | 2PM EDT

A Webinar for Metal and Surface Finishing Professionals

As companies face increased regulations and operational efficiency goals, the need for enhanced wastewater treatment is becoming more apparent. This webinar will provide a technical review of evaporation technologies and their advantages for companies responsible for surface and metal finishing.

The expert panelists will also discuss how similar companies implemented evaporation technologies as a part of their wastewater treatment process and share the performance results.

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Removing Selenium from Industrial Wastewater

Removing Selenium from Industrial Wastewater

Tuesday, June 28 | 2PM EDT

Selenium is present in various coal and hard-rock mines and some thermal power plant effluents throughout the world. Selenium in wastewater effluent can be a major issue due to the complexity of its removal as well as the possibility to result in a more toxic effluent after treatment, due to the modification of the bioavailability of the selenium through different processes. In this webinar, we will review current techniques to remove selenium as well as examine a new unique treatment process currently in development by Veolia, which combines biological and physico-chemical processes. 

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