Full event video recording now available.
Mechanistic understanding of multiple beneficial aspects of iron-salts & iron-rich waterworks sludge uses in integrated urban wastewater system – Lessons learned from lab-scale, pilot, & field studies
Dr. Sohan Shrestha completed his PhD in 2020 from Advanced Water Management Centre (AWMC), School of Chemical Engineering, The University of Queensland (UQ), Brisbane, Australia. Currently, he works as researcher & water treatment operator for Arris Water Pty Ltd.
Hosted by Board Member Ben Kele
JOIN US via Zoom:
Monday June 28th – 4-5.30PM PT
9-10.30 AM TUESDAY June 29th. AEST
There is no fee to attend.
There has been growing interest in integrated iron(Fe)-salts or waterworks Fe-rich sludge uses for system-wide operation, aiming to reduce the overall chemical footprint of urban water utilities.
The multiple beneficial uses of iron (either in the form of iron-salt or iron-rich sludge) in sewer system and downstream wastewater treatment plant in an integrated manner have found to achieve sulfide removal in sewers (decreasing sewer odour and corrosion), phosphorus (P) removal during wastewater treatment, hydrogen sulfide (H2S) removal during digester biogas generation, including improving the sludge settleability and dewaterability during wastewater treatment processes.
When adopting such integrated strategy of in-sewer iron-dosing, iron is reused four times during transit through the treatment chain of urban wastewater system thereby substantially reducing chemical usages.
The project outcomes identified clear opportunities for water and wastewater utilities to collaborate, and share the benefits, providing water/wastewater services in a cost-effective manner albeit with improved environmental sustainability.
The current presentation will primarily shed light on the underlying mechanism behind some key beneficial aspects when implementing iron-dosing in integrated sewer-wastewater treatment plant.
Session Three of “It’s ALL about the money, isn’t it?” will take place on April 22.
Never has it been more important to be able to predict how climate will impact community water and wastewater systems of any size!
Model. Monitor. Map. Maintain. Manage.
Tools for crunching numbers: For communities of any size.
This 8 week Symposium is an opportunity to learn from the best how to make wise, affordable and sustainable wastewater decisions for your community.
All events can be attended live or viewed later as an on-demand recording.
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WasteWater Education 501(c)3 came to the close of our FY2019-20 with a healthy balance and increased participation – in both distance learning online/on demand CEU classes and WWETT sponsored public education events! Look for the publication of our Annual Report here shortly.
It is with a heavy heart we acknowledge the demand for our distance learning expertise has come at a sad cost and for the saddest of reasons – Covid19. We are honored to help but wish it wasn’t for this reason.
Since the June WWETT event discussing the innovation happening in Swedish wastewater reuse, we have hosted the following events which you can also view on our YouTube Channel.
WasteWater Education recently renewed the 2 year contract for our long serving Executive Director Dendra Best. Our official mailing address and company contact is still in Michigan but Dendra has now relocated to just outside Hilo, HI.