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.
Odor (H2S) Control for Municipal and Industrial Facilities
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), a byproduct of sulfate-reducing bacteria, is a common occurrence at municipal and industrial facilities and can have a very negative impact. If not managed properly, it poses a dangerous risk to human health and safety, increases the potential for public complaints, and can damage infrastructure and equipment.
Several strategies and technologies are available to treat odor caused by hydrogen sulfide, but selecting the best application can be challenging. Join us at this webinar to better understand the risks and solutions related to controlling sulfide-based odors.
Specialists at this webinar will:
- Discuss issues of increased H2S levels
- Compare existing treatment methods
- Introduce the Hydrex SES (Sulfide Elimination System) and discuss how it works
- Share various case studies and results for sites using the Hydrex SES
- Host a live Q&A session
Increasing Sustainability through Depackaging, Waste/Wastewater Treatment, Green Energy, and Water Reuse
As consumers become more conscious of the environmental impact of their choices, it is crucial for beverage manufacturers to prioritize the circular economy in their operations. This webinar aims to offer valuable insights and practical tips on how beverage companies can align with new sustainable practices to enhance operational efficiency.
During the webinar, we will delve into sustainable process trends and technologies that revolve around managing water, wastewater, and returned products. These areas can be transformed into valuable assets through the use of reclaimed water and even onsite renewable energy. By attending, you will gain knowledge on how these sustainable processes and technologies can help companies achieve their CRS (corporate sustainability goals), reduce risk, and even attract environmentally-conscious consumers.
This webinar will discuss the following items related to this topic:
Sustainability Trends for the Beverage Industry
Efficient depackaging of returned products
Transforming waste/wastewater into biogas
Using advanced membrane-based biological systems (MBR)
Water Reuse technologies and applications
Brine handling and treatment using evaporation
The Inflation Reduction Act and qualifying biogas properties
Live Q&A session
Before contaminated water can be reused, recycled or further treated, dissolved gases and other contaminants must be removed. However, the removal of dissolved gases can be extremely challenging.
Water containing high amounts of contaminants such as oil and suspended solids can lead to difficulties for conventional methods of gas removal, such as packed or sieve tray towers. Significant contamination by suspended solids or oils can result in plugging or fouling of the tower internals. This means that to remove hazardous or undesirable gases, many pretreatment steps must be added ahead of the tower. In applications where water contains high levels of suspended solids and oil, conventional approaches tend to fail quickly and, as a result, alternative technologies are emerging that can be more effective at removing dissolved gases, even in highly contaminated wastewater streams.
In this webinar, we will examine Veolia's CoStrip™ degasification technology. CoStrip is an ideal solution for degasification of water streams containing high loadings of oil and suspended solids. Unlike conventional degasification towers, which utilize packed beds that are highly susceptible to plugging or fouling, CoStrip effectively removes dissolved gases such as BTEX, CO2, and H2S without the need for upstream treatment, reducing overall treatment costs and eliminating corrosion and safety issues.
In today's business landscape, pharma and biotech companies are confronted with a growing number of regulations pertaining to pollutants, as well as mounting expectations to meet both corporate sustainability and operational objectives. As a result, the importance of advanced wastewater treatment has become increasingly evident. This webinar aims to deliver a comprehensive examination of evaporation technologies and their benefits for biotech and pharmaceutical companies.
Our esteemed panel of specialists will delve into the practical applications of evaporation technologies within the wastewater treatment process, drawing on real-life examples from companies in similar industries. These industry leaders will share their firsthand experiences and the performance outcomes they have achieved through the adoption of evaporation technologies.
Join us for this insightful webinar, which promises to provide valuable insights and practical knowledge on enhancing wastewater treatment through the utilization of evaporation technologies.