Educational Webinars for Water Treatment

Sharing our knowledge with Water Treatment specialists

The purpose of our water treatment webinars is to share findings and expertise with other water treatment specialists for increased transparency and knowledge across the industry. Our webinars cover various topics surrounding both the industrial and municipal water treatment markets. Join our live webinars every quarter by signing up for our emails.

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Our featured webinars include:

  • Foam Control
  • Metals Removal
  • Challenges in the Wastewater Field
  • Coagulation and Flocculation
  • Conducting a Successful Plant Trial for Water Clarification
  • Experts in Global Sourcing
  • Successful Phosphorous Removal
  • Successful Strategies in Bioaugmentation
  • Scale Inhibitors and Nouryon Polymers
  • Assessing Options in Wastewater Odor Control
  • Basics of Anaerobic Digestion

On-demand webinar details

Foam Control41 minutesThis webinar covers the importance of foam control in water treatment and relays how a water treatment specialist can employ different techniques to stabilize foam. It also covers the history of foam, factors affecting foam, components and restrictions, the foam cell, field treatment, and how it affects numerous water treatment markets.
Metals Removal52 minutesThis webinar launched on September 7, 2017 and covered the removal of chelators and nonchealtors from industrial metal wastestreams.
Challenges in the Wastewater Field58 minutesThis webinar discusses the challenges water industry professionals face when working in the wastewater field. The topics include BOD reduction, molybdate and other metals restrictions and limits, waster reuse and conservation, and soluble and insoluable contaminants.
Coagulation and Flocculation47 minutesThis webinar details wastewater discharge regulations and how water reuse is more important now than ever while covering the principles of coagulation and flocculation for a strong water clarfication foundation.
Conducting a Successful Plant Trial for Water Clarification37 minutesIn this webinar, you will learn how to present a proven process, including pretrial preparation, application monitoring, and results presentation. Preparation, execution, and communication before, during, and after a Water Clarification Trial are also focus topics.
Experts in Global Sourcing29 minutesAs the global economy continues to evolve in complexity, managing the flow of goods from one world region to another remains a significant challenge for most companies. We have dedicated resources around the globe to manage and simplify this process for the benefit of our customers.

This webinar focuses on how we can reduce risk and help our customers manage their time and working capital, so they can focus on their core business.
Successful Phosphorous Removal40 minutesThis webinar focuses on the phosphorous removal program and covers the WWTP phosphorous removal basics, bench top testing techniques, lab analysis for the measurement of phosphorous, and treatment plant success stories.
Successful Strategies in Bioaugmentation57 minutesBioaugmentation is the addition of bacterial cultures, enzymes, and micronutrients to increase the digestion capacity of a wastewater system. In addition to accelerating efficiency, other additives can be used to protect the existing microbial community against adverse possibly toxic substances.
Scale Inhibitors and Nouryon Polymers39 minutesThis webinar is about scale inhibitors used in water treatment applications. Key takeaways are to present the variety of scales that may present challenges, and the products we carry to help combat these scales. We discuss Nouryon's new active tagged polymers that are now available.
Assessing Options in Wastewater Odor Control46 minutesThis webinar explores how operators today are faced with a myriad of choices when it comes to odor control. For each treatment option a facility must consider: economics, safety, feasibility, sustainability, and more. We’ll discuss the most popular odor control methods for a multitude of applications and discuss their pros and cons. If you are concerned about odor and work with wastewater, we’ve got a webinar you’ll enjoy.
Basics of Anaerobic Digestion59 minutesIn this webinar, we discussed the basics of anaerobic digestion for both wastewater biosolids and residuals management (food waste, MSW, agricultural). We also focused on the biological processes and process control parameters utilized to ensure a well running system. We also shared examples of application knowledge and how we are serving this expanding market.
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Our Water Treatment experts develop content for you on new trends in the market, updated guides for helpful tips, and information about different techniques and products and various topics. We provide these resources in order to spread knowledge around the water treatment industry to help water treatment specialists around the world. As a leader in water treatment, it is our duty to educate and provide useful information to help others in this field.

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We offer products for the industrial and municipal water treatment markets covering these product categories: biocides, corrosion inhibitors, defoamers, filteration media, flocculants, heavy metal removal, inorganic coagulants, NSF certified products, nutrient blends, odor control, sodium and potassium permanganates, pH adjusters, and scale inhibitors.

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