Enhancing and Expanding Wastewater Treatment at Pulp & Paper Mills Webinar
As Pulp and Paper companies look to expand or modify their facilities, they need to ensure that non-production infrastructure, such as wastewater treatment, will meet their treatment and discharge specifications at all times.
Fortunately, existing Pulp and Paper facilities can cost-effectively retrofit new technologies into current wastewater treatment processes to allow for increased flows, additional loads (BOD / COD), improved TSS (Total Suspended Solids) removal, and nutrient removal.
This webinar will review how High Rate Anaerobic Reactors, MBBR (Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors), and advanced filtration equipment can be incorporated into existing wastewater treatment facilities to improve overall performance and increase treatment capacity.
- Associate the available technologies and strategies to improve wastewater treatment at their facility
- Differentiate between available options to expand or modify their wastewater systems to meet various discharge criteria
Who Should Watch
- Environmental Engineer
- Process Engineer
- Wastewater Engineer
- Utilities Engineer
- Plant Manager
- Project Managers
Speakers: Timur Dunaev and Rob Frankin
Both Speakers from Veolia Water Technologies
Timur Dunaev, Technical Manager
direct: +1-856-438-1740 / cell: +1-856-630-3676 / fax: +1-856-438-1799
6981 N. Park Drive - Suite 600 - Pennsauken, NJ 08109 - USA
Mr. Dunaev is a Technical Manager at Veolia Water Technologies. He obtained a B.Sc., M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering and is currently working on his PhD in the same field. Timur also brings over 10 years of continued experience working on industrial and municipal wastewater treatment, specializing in biological processes.
Rob Frankin, Sr Director Business Development
direct: +1 856 438-1742 / cell: +1 856-298-0774
6981 N. Park Drive, Suite 600 / Pennsauken, NJ 08109 [email protected]
Mr. Frankin has more than 32 years of experience in the development and commercialization of water treatment technologies. Frankin’s current role at Veolia Water Technologies North America is to lead the commercialization efforts for Veolia’s extensive biological wastewater treatment technology portfolio.