Upcoming WEF Webcasts Cover Pipeline Assessment, Biofilm Reactors, Lab Improvements, and Codigestion

Fundamentals and Emerging Advancements in Biofilm Reactor Technologies

Learn the basics of design and operation of biofilm processes for municipal wastewater treatment in this webcast. Process definitions, structure, existence, applications as well as the advantages and disadvantages of biofilm compared to activated sludge systems will be discussed. Speakers will present examples of water resource recovery facilities successfully using biofilm-based technologies as well as design, modeling, and ongoing research related to biofilm processes.

March 18, 1–3 p.m. (EST)

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Laboratory Tools for Continuous Improvement

Regardless of size or accreditation status, laboratories can take advantage of statistical process control, internal audits, root-cause analysis, and corrective action. The webcast will give an overview of basic concepts related to collecting measurement-based data, conducting audits and internal reviews, and how taking action to fix any identified problems can help laboratories achieve continuous improvement and optimize efficiency.

March 25, 1–3 p.m. (EST)

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Wasted Food to Energy: How Six Water Resource Recovery Facilities are Boosting Biogas Production and the Bottom Line

Codigestion is helping water resource recovery facilities become energy neutral or, even, energy positive. The webcast will present details about installing energy efficiency measures and adding outside organic wastes. Hear about codigestion practices and experiences from six facilities interviewed in EPA’s Wasted Food to Energy paper. The types of food waste codigested, partnerships formed, as well as the strategies to manage biogas and biosolids and justify the investment also will be discussed.

April 15, 1–3 p.m. (EST)

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