WEF Webcasts Cover Odor Control, Modeling, and Force Main Condition Assessments

Odor Control 101: Successful Strategies, Innovations, and Technologies

Learn about odor control from basic generation theory to solutions that help develop an understanding of odor constituents, generation of odors, modeling methods to predict odor emission and effects, and the latest technological solutions for controlling odors. Case studies will be presented to illustrate the concepts and successful solutions.

May 7, 1–3 p.m. (EDT)

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Wastewater Treatment Modeling 101

Listen as experts in the modeling field, who have been involved in both consulting projects and model development, share their experience and explain the modeling process. Learn the basics of water resource recovery facility modeling, including the benefits and application of models; details about modeling and what can be done with it; introduction to the structured approach to a modeling project and where more information is available; data requirements for a modeling project; and modeling pitfalls.

May 14, 1–3 p.m. (EDT)

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Force Main Condition Assessment Series

Part 1: Choosing the Right Technology

Get an overview of recent advances and the outlook for innovations and learn what recent Imagine H2O (San Francisco) competition winners are doing.

Recording available now.


Part 2: Innovation Lifecycle and International Perspectives

Learn about the evolution and revolution of innovations, Imagine H2O competition winners, and the BlueTech Forum (Vancouver, British Columbia) at Singapore Water Week.

May 28, 1–2 p.m. (EDT)

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