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Wastewater Management from Aqueous Cleaning Processes
Aqueous cleaning operations use a wide variety of chemistries in several different process types. One thing they all have in common is that they generate wastewaters that must be handled appropriately and compliantly. One size does not fit all; just as cleaning wastewater composition varies from application to application, wastewater treatment options also vary depending on the contaminants as well as local requirements - and desires - for disposition of the treated wastewater. This webinar will discuss the totality of wastewater management, touching on not only appropriate cleaning wastewater treatment technologies but also the importance of wastewater characterization in identifying the correct treatment process for each application as well as considerations for post-treatment disposition of residuals.

Aug 30, 2022 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Mark Korzenecki
Sr. Business Development Manager – Wastewater Ion Exchange (WWIX) @Evoqua Water Technologies
Mark has been with Evoqua Water Technologies for 18 years as a Business Development Manager and formerly as a High Purity Field Sales Engineer. Prior to joining Evoqua, he held account management roles in the hazardous waste/environmental services industry. His focus is on ion exchange, adsorptive media and wastewater treatment systems for managing wastewaters from metal finishing operations, general industry and groundwater remediation applications for the removal of regulated inorganic/heavy metal contaminants. Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Christopher Riley
Technical Services Director – Wastewater Ion Exchange (WWIX) @Evoqua Water Technologies
Chris is responsible for directing technical support activities for WWIX customers as well as supporting WWIX media regeneration and quality operations.   Prior to joining Evoqua, Chris held environmental engineering roles in the electroplating and environmental consulting industries where he worked in the areas of wastewater treatment and operations support, environmental auditing and process waste minimization.   Chris holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Technological University, a Master’s degree in Civil (Environmental) Engineering from the University of Minnesota and is a registered professional engineer.
Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg
Independent Consultants in Critical Cleaning @BFK Solutions
Authors and Editors of the two-volume CRC Handbook for Critical Cleaning Independent recommendations for process improvement Common sense expertise and industry involvement: JS3 (military), IPC, ASTM, U.S. ISO expert, EPA, FDA Co-chairs of the Product Quality Cleaning Workshops barbara@bfksolutions.com and ed@bfksolutions.com
Darren Williams
Leader of the Cleaning Research Group @Sam Houston State University
Professor of Physical Chemistry at Sam Houston State University Leader of the Cleaning Research Group Co-chair of the Product Quality Cleaning Workshops Performs cleaning trials, material compatibility studies, and models/tests cleaning chemistry formulations williams@shsu.edu