Disinfection byproducts (DBPs) are one of the major challenges in water treatment plant and distribution system operations. In addition to the regulated DBPs—including trihalomethanes, haloacetic acids, bromate, and chlorite—unregulated compounds such as nitrosamines, iodinated DBPs, and haloacetamides have attracted a lot of attention in recent years. In this webinar series, three speakers will present their recent research on DBP formation, control, and mitigation, sharing their perspectives as utilities, consultants, and academics.
- Understand the chemical and environmental factors that drive DBP formation
- Get a glimpse into ongoing research that is helping us understand current of emerging DBPs and their formation
- Describe the variety of tools that a utility can use to manage DBPs in their distribution system
- Create an integrated and effective management approach to mitigate DBPs challenges in the distribution system
Learn from this webinar's esteemed presenters:
Susan Richardson, Arthur Sease Williams Professor of Chemistry, University of South Carolina
Susan Teefy, Manager of Water Quality, East Bay Municipal Utility District
Charlie (Qun) He, Vice President, Carollo Engineers
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