Predicting the Future: Forecasting Industrial Wastewater Characteristics and Optimum Treatment

Predicting the Future: Forecasting Industrial Wastewater Characteristics and Optimum Treatment

Industrial wastewater treatment was once considered more of an art than an exact science. Through innovative modeling and simulation, the practice has evolved into a reliable and accurate science. Join Susan Ambler, Edward Helmig, Mary Beth Miller, and Domagoj Gotovac for a free, one-hour webinar to learn:

  • How modeling and simulation provides manufacturers with a competitive edge; 
  • How a greater than 90 percent accurate probability model can be created for even the most complex manufacturing processes to forecast wastewater characteristics and proposed treatment scenarios; 
  • How developing empirical data for key stoichiometric and kinetic parameters is more valuable than accepting default models provided by commercial software; and 
  • How this process can be applied to various industries, including pharmaceutical, food and beverage, consumer products, and chemical or petroleum processes. 

The ability to precisely forecast industrial wastewater characteristics informs the basis for design, equipment procurement, commissioning, and startup, as well as ensuring permit compliance. By developing an accurate probability model, treatment scenarios can be rapidly simulated and evaluated to not only identify a range of options, but also identify the best solution for the situation. Whether planning for a system upgrade or a new facility, this process ensures the project is right-sized and minimizes financial risk. 

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September 29, 2020
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM
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