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.
Cooling System Control - Mission Critical Water Treatment Practices
Cooling Systems are one of the most critical components of a facility’s infrastructure. There is a multitude of water-related factors that operators combat, such as scaling, corrosion, fouling, and bio-growth, to ensure consistent performance within the cooling system.
This webinar will discuss common challenges operators face with their cooling system, along with effective water treatment strategies to ensure it is operating at peak performance. Experts will discuss what water quality parameters should be monitored, how certain chemical additives can prevent various issues, what needs done to protect the system, and how you can reduce your water footprint.
Water for Injection (WFI) Using Membrane Filtration - Mitigating Risks and Improving Operational Efficiency
Membrane-based systems are becoming a trusted technology for producing WFI (water for injection). This webinar will discuss how membrane-based technologies compare to traditional distillation systems in the production of high purity water. In addition, experts will share various operational best practices of membrane systems to ensure that there is a continuous and reliable water supply.
Ensuring business continuity with reliable and secure treated water
Learn how you can mitigate risk by improving security and reliability of treated water supply with mobile and temporary water treatment services in the following applications:
- Emergency cover - Protect production from impact of onsite water treatment plant breakdown
- Maintenance cover – Avoid downtime with secure and reliable treated water supply during maintenance and refurbishment projects
- Flexible cover – Use temporary mobile water treatment to meet additional capacity requirements or changes in feedwater supply
The unexpected happens: power failures, changes in water quality, water scarcity and other unexpected incidents. Although your risk planning can be exhaustive, there are some events that cannot be avoided, but can be planned.
Operators are also facing an increasing challenge from their ageing assets including water treatment plants. Potential degradation of plant and equipment due to age related mechanisms such as corrosion, erosion and fatigue is a key issue for industry. In addition to safety concerns, ageing plants may also impact continuity of production. When a plant is not reliable or efficient, emergency maintenance is often required to avoid disruption to production which could result in costly downtime for operating sites.
Put Your Nutrient Removal System on Auto-Pilot
We have come a long way since on/off blower timers and DO (dissolved oxygen) control offered the next level of aeration control. To keep up with increasing demands for efficiency gains and higher levels of nutrient removal performance, more utilities are implementing advanced solutions such as ABAC (ammonia-based aeration control), model predictive control, and Digital-Twin technologies.
During this webinar, we will review how the Hubgrade™ Performance Plant digital optimization solution helps treatment facility operators meet these demands by employing multi-criteria control features through a secure, cloud-based delivery model.