Curious to know how you can achieve zero liquid discharge at your facility? CH2Mer Tom Higgins will present the paper, “Enhancing FGD Wastewater ZLD Design and Insights from Simulated Brine-Solidification,” co-authored by CH2Mers Dennis Fink, Senior Project Manager and Krystal Perez, Senior Project Engineer, on Thursday, August 18, from 10:35-11 a.m., during the Power Plant Pollution Control and Carbon Management MEGA Symposium, in Baltimore, Maryland.
CH2Mer Michael Dunkel recently sat down with Laura Capper, founder and CEO of CAP Resources and host of “The Energy Makers Show”, to discuss opportunities for transforming the upstream energy water business, as well as the state of shale plays, water management, logistics, economies of scale, best practices, disposal and trucking minimization and operator/regulator collaboration.
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Brian presented his paper, “Using Optimizing Modeling for Transmission Mains to Find Cost Savings for the Recharge Fresno Program,”at the American Water Works Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, held June 19-22, in Chicago, Illinois. Brian’s presentation reviewed CH2M’s optimization model used to help the City of Fresno reduce overall costs of constructing a large conveyance system to alleviate its groundwater depletion. Brian also presented on “Developing a Regional Water Conservation Program for the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District,” and “Incorporating Uncertainty in Water Demand Forecasts Increases Confidence,” in addition to moderating the session, “21st Century Water Conservation & Sustainability.”
The Region of Peel currently serves more than one million consumers in the Greater Toronto Area (Canada) and supplies water through a purchase agreement to neighboring municipalities through two water treatment plants (WTP), Lakeview and Lorne Park. The Lakeview WTP, named Water Project of the Year in 2015, began operations in 1954 as a two-filter, 9 ML/D facility and was expanded as part of a regional water treatment and conveyance infrastructure expansion plan to provide capacity of 1,100+ ML/D. Additional High lift pumping capacity was provided through the extension of the recently completed High Lift Pumping Station, with a new pump bay, consolidating all high lift pumping in a single station. CH2Mer Lee Anne Jones is at the American Water Works Association's Annual Conference and Exposition this week and presented on, “Commissioning Of The 1,375 ML/D Lakeview WTP High Lift Pumping Station – Much More Than Just A Pump Start And Stop Exercise." Learn more about this project in today's Access Water blog.