Intermediate Water Treatment

When:  May 17, 2022
Member $150 / Non-member $175
Online registration for this webinar closes on May 15.

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This webinar will look at the operation of the most common types of water treatment plants.  It will compare and contrast a direct filtration plant with a conventional plant.  The session will also look at choices, issues and options when considering moving to membrane technology.  The webinar will look at basic regulations, operations and best practices.  Finally, it will look at limiting disinfection byproducts and creating water that is suitable to go into the distribution system.

This webinar is 12:15 pm - 4:15 pm on May 17 and May 18.
Earn up to 8 contact hours.
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Instructor: Henry Palechek

Henry Palechek has been working in the instrumentation and control field since 1986.  He and his staff designed and installed a SCADA system.  That system controls a 106 MGD water treatment plant with ozone as its primary disinfectant and oversees a 50 square mile water distribution system.  Henry has been teaching community college classes in water technology since 1993.  He holds a BS degree in Information Systems and four AS degrees in Water Treatment, Water Distribution, Electronic Technology and Computer Science.  He currently holds a California T5 and D3 certification and an AWWA CA/NV AWTO 4.

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