Integrating Ozone and Biological Activated Carbon in a Potable Reuse System (Live Webinar)
Recorded On: 09/28/2021
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Member fee: $0.00
Non-Member fee: $35.00
1.2 contact hours towards CWEA's certifications: ECI, LAB.
Ozone combined with Biological Activated Carbon is emerging as a valuable component of a potable reuse treatment train. This webinar will present examples of the use of this process in indirect potable reuse systems on both coasts. The key examples featured in the webinar are Hampton Roads Sanitation Districts SWIFT program and the City of San Diego’s Pure Water program.
Key learning objectives:
• An approach to indirect potable reuse treatment without reverse osmosis
• Drivers for use of ozone/biological activated carbon in potable reuse
• Keys to success in using ozone/biological activated carbon in potable reuse
Fred Gerringer P.E (Moderator)
Hazen and Sawyer
Mitchel Bartolo, P.E.
Trussell Technologies, Inc.
Mitchel Bartolo has a B.S. in Environmental Engineering Science from the University of California at Berkeley and a M.S.E. in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. His Master’s thesis work with Dr. Lynn Katz and Dr. Desmond Lawler was part of an EPA Small Water Systems project investigating alum coagulation in drinking water with respect to fluoride and natural organic matter removal. Mr. Bartolo has past experience working with the City of San Diego Storm Water Division and the Oro Loma Sanitary District where he was involved with several water quality and wastewater treatment design projects. Mr. Bartolo’s current work has contributed to several aspects of potable reuse projects in the San Diego area including engineering design reports, Title 22 Engineering Reports, pathogen studies, evaluation of treatment train water quality, and various components of treatment process design. His general interests include water and wastewater treatment, water reuse, and the realization of sustainable water resources in California. Mr. Bartolo is currently a member of the American Chemical Society, the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists, and the American Water Works Association.
Hampton Roads Sanitation District
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