Pandemic Shortages: Managing Iron Market Volatility - On Demand

Recorded On: 04/28/2022

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Member fee: $38.00
Non-Member fee: $53.00 

1.2 contact hours towards CWEA's: ECI. MT, EIT

Iron is often used at several locations with the wastewater treatment process, including for gas cleaning at digesters.  In late 2021 there were several supply chain issues within the iron market for wastewater treatment, and treatment plant operations and managers were left scrambling for alternatives.  To prepare for the next time, this webinar on Managing Iron Market Volatility will discuss the issue and provide potential solutions, including potential cost impacts to treatment systems.  We will have speakers from the iron supply market along with wastewater agency manages who have successfully sailed through this issue.  At the end of the webinar there will be time for questions and discussions of the potential solutions.

You will learn about:

Understand how iron is used in the wastewater process.
Understand potential options and alternatives for optimizing the use of iron salts in wastewater treatment. 
Understand the iron supply market and how supply chain issues can impact this market.

Gregg Cummings (Moderator)

Senior Associate

Hazen and Sawyer

Rolando Gutierrez

Superintendent - SAWS

San Antonio Water System

Roland Gutierrez started his Public Service Career over thirty-five years ago with the City of San Antonio Department of Wastewater Management. Roland has held positions within the Engineering, Production, and Treatment Departments of SAWS. He has assisted and participated with writing and producing several education presentations and programs for SAWS throughout his career. Currently, Roland is a Superintendent in the Recycled Water and Odor Control Group of the Production & Treatment Department.

Monte Hamamoto

Silicon Valley Clean Water

Chief Operating Officer.

Monte Hamamoto has been the chief operating officer at SVCW since 2012. He has more than 35 years of experience in water and wastewater operations, over half of which was as a private sector manager with Veolia Water. Monte has managed several treatment plant operations and facilities throughout California. Prior to SVCW, he was the manager of the Atwater Wastewater Treatment Facility for Veolia. He has direct experience managing wastewater treatment, potable water treatment, removal and disposal of groundwater contaminants, odor control, and capital equipment. Monte has also managed capital projects, budget development, employee relations, human resources, labor negotiations, plant performance, process control, maintenance, laboratory safety, regulatory permit renewal and CIP, and client relations. He has a B.S. in Marine Biology from Humboldt State University and an A.S. in Water-Wastewater Technology from Solano College. He continues to serve the industry by teaching college-level water and wastewater courses for Gavilan College. Monte maintains his California Grade 5 wastewater operator certification and his Grade T-3 certification in potable water operations.

Brett Offerman

Sr. Account Manager I&W / Sales, North America

Kemira Water Solutions

John Walton

Vice President Technology

USP Technologies

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Pandemic Shortages: Managing Iron Market Volatility - Live Webinar
Recorded 04/28/2022
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