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DISTRIBUTECH 2014 Video Coverage
Distribu TECH is the utility industry’s
leading smart grid conference and
exposition, covering automation
and control systems, energy effciency, demand response, renewable energy
integration, advanced metering, T&D system
operation and reliability, power delivery
equipment, and water utility technology.
The event was held Jan. 28-30, 2014, at the
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San
Antonio, TX, where more than 10,000 attend-ees from 66 countries as well as more than
475 exhibiting companies came together to
experience the show’s many offerings. Angela
Godwin was on location.
Buyers Guide 2013-14
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Angela Godwin rounds up the week’s top
water and wastewater headlines.
Economical, Effcient and Effective Mixing: Three Approaches to Controlling
Odor in Wastewater Treatment Ponds
Long-distance mixing is an economical and
effective solution for controlling odors in
many wastewater ponds. Because water
forms thin horizontal layers, a precise
horizontal cross-section of water can be
circulated throughout the entire pond. This
white paper from Medora discusses how
this process allows these mixers to control
odors in equalization ponds, anaerobic
ponds and deep-storage industrial ponds.
Level Measurement in a Septic Waste
Transfer Station Day Tank
Solids and wastewater from residential
septic tanks must periodically be removed
and transported to a wastewater treatment plant for processing. While awaiting
treatment, the waste is typically stored in
a sludge tank, the level of which must be
continuously monitored to prevent drying
up or overflling. A new white paper from
KROHNE illustrates some of the challenges
with measuring sludge and discusses how
the company’s OPTIFLEX meter can overcome them.
Global Thought Leader Series
Fine Screening as a First Line of Defense
It can be argued that the headworks of a
plant might be the most critical place in a
wastewater treatment plant. What hap-
pens there will greatly infuence downstream
processes. More specifcally, it is the operation
of screenings and screenings handling that will
have a considerable affect on the operation
and maintenance requirements of the WWTP.
A new white paper and video from Huber
Technology shares 30 years of experience in
the design, manufacture, installation, service,
and operation of fne screens.
Calgon Carbon Training Center
Online educational resource
Water WorldCE.com offers a collection of water
and wastewater educational offerings, including the Calgon Carbon Training Center, which
features a selection of free courses focusing
on a variety of topics from UV disinfection to
activated carbon to taste and odor control.
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