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APR 27

CALGON CARBON Webinar - on Thursday, April 27 at 1 pm EST

WEBINAR: Activated Carbon 201 - Common Applications for Catalytic Activated Carbon

Agenda :
·    What is catalytic activated carbon?
·    Catalytic carbon, hydrogen peroxide, and advanced oxidation processes.
·    Use in hydrogen sulfide oxidation
·    Understanding dechlorination
·    Understanding dechloramination

Presenter: Leila Munla, PhD, Applications Engineer

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MAR 16

CALGON CARBON Webinar - on Thursday, March 16th at 1 pm EST

Webinar discussing the how optimal equipment design can maximize media performance: Efficiently Removing PFAS and Other Contaminants




Ongoing 10 Part Webinar Series Brought to you - by  BRENTWOOD

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Quick access links:

Direct link to the webinar series landing page:

Direct link to register for session one:

Previously Recorded

BRENTWOOD - Previously Recorded Webinars -

1. Fixed-Bed Bioreactors: Solutions for Small Scale Systems

2. A Deep Dive Into Trickling Filter Media

3. Selecting the Right Flight Scraper for Your Rectangular Clarifier

4. Trickling Filter Fundamentals

5. Attached Growth Systems 

6. SedVac: More Sludge, Less Water

 Previously Recorded

GEA-WESTFALIA - Webinar - Decanter Centrifuge Training 301: Material, product and process design considerations

Originally Aired - Wednesday June 23, 2021 - 2:00 to 3:00 pm EST

About the webinar: The material to be processed has a direct impact on both the materials used in decanter centrifuge construction and its configuration. This webinar will review how to size, select and specify a decanter centrifuge based on the product being processed as well as the quality of cake and centrate required.

We'll discuss: Solids characteristics effecting compaction, dewaterability and flowability
Centrate quality requirements, Erosiveness of the solid, Corrosiveness of the liquid, Bowl configurations,Materials of construction,Centrate discharge methods, Motor and gear sizing, Cleaning methods

Previous GEA webinars have reviewed the basic operation of decanter centrifuges. In this course, we’ll highlight options available for those who are specifying a decanter centrifuge for environmental, food, mining or specialty applications.

Attendees may want to review recordings of the two previous webinars:
Decanter Centrifuge 101
Decanter Centrifuge 201

Presenter: James D. Hanson, P.E. – Decanter Product Specialist, Separation, GEA North America

Moderator:Todd Marshall – Market Manager, Separation, Environmental Applications, GEA North America

Recording Link: 

Previously Recorded

FAB-TECH - Webinar - Wastewater Odor Control and the Circular Economy

  • Date:  Previously Recorded
  • Duration:  30 minute webinar / 10 minute Q&A

Historically, wastewater foul-air has been conveyed using composite materials, yet, roughly 98% of all composite waste is reported as ending up in landfills or is incinerated at end-of-life (EOL). This webinar examines various challenges of having to deal with odor control GFRP composite waste and presents a sustainable solution that will help wastewater treatment facilities stand at the leading edge of the circular economic revolution.

Previously Recorded :

Previously Recorded

GEA-WESTFALIA - Webinar - Decanter Centrifuge Training 201: Optimizing Performance for Sludge and Biosolids Applications

Originally Aired - Thursday, April 8, 2021 - 2:00 to 3:00 pm EST

Recording Link -

Previously Recorded
GEA-WESTFALIA - Webinar - Decanter Centrifuge Training 101

Originally Aired - Wednesday, Dec 16, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

Presenter: James D. Hanson, P.E., Decanter Product Specialist, GEA North America

Moderator: Todd Marshall, Market Manager, Separation – Environmental Applications, GEA North America

Ever wonder exactly how a centrifuge separates solid from liquid? Are you curious about how centrifuges stack up against other separation techniques? Then this is the webinar for you.

We developed this educational session for design engineers, facility operators and managers at wastewater treatment facilities, where centrifugal separation is often evaluated for its technical efficiencies and economy. By the end of the webinar, you will understand the fundamentals of thickening and dewatering centrifuge technology.

Here’s what we'll cover:
- Review of centrifuge types and applications
- Principals of settling
- Mechanisms for dewatering
- Centrifuge components
- Design consideration

- Recording Link -