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.
Advanced and Elegant Nitrification/Denitrification in a "Matchbox" - BIOSTYR® Case Studies from the North
This webinar will share the in-depth technology background and design experience through the design, startup and operation of two BIOSTYR® BAF systems. Veolia’s BIOSTYR® technology elegantly combines biological treatment and sludge filtration in one system. We will discuss how the Patapsco and New Prague Wastewater Treatment Plants transformed their facilities with a system that offers the smallest possible footprint, full automation, and odorless operating experience, all with a pleasing aesthetic.
Enhanced FOG (Fats, Oil, and Grease) Removal for Substantial Operational Savings
Too often, the performance of a DAF is only associated with removal rates. In reality, the most important performance of a DAF is the volume of sludge it produces. It is indeed the cost of disposal of this sludge that represents the biggest part of the total cost of ownership of the equipment.
The webinar presents the "GEM revolution," the only flotation-thickening system that generates four times less sludge than conventional DAFs, while outperforming them on removal rates.
If it’s not broken, don’t fix it...expand it: ACTIFLO Ballasted Flocculation at North Table Mountain WSD since 1998
This webinar will walk you through the first installation of ACTIFLO in the United States and give you a first-hand account of why they chose to expand the process in lieu of adding a third train. In need of additional capacity, Veolia worked with North Table Mountain Water & Sanitation District to convert their existing trains to ACTIFLO Turbo. This conversion afforded the District an increase in production capacity from 11 MGD to 16 MGD, provided similar equipment that needed replacement, maintained operator familiarity with the process, and saved on construction and overall project costs.
Ensuring Environmental Compliance: Low-Level Metals Removal from Mine Wastewater
Mine sites have to deal with a variety of water sources such as underground water from mine operations and run-off from rain and snowfall melt. The water used in the mine water treatment process can be heavy in metals, leaching or particulates. In order to comply with stringent environmental regulations, metal concentrations must be removed from the mine water before discharge to the environment. In this webinar, we will evaluate technologies utilized to treat low-level metals to ensure compliance.