Iron & Manganese Removal & Dealing with Water Hardness
Iron and Manganese Removal
This session will cover reducing iron and manganese using oxidation, detention, and filtration as well as challenges when influenced by additional contaminants. This presentation will wrap up discussing piloting for iron and manganese reduction.
Dealing with Water Hardness
This session will cover hardness removal and using lime and soda ash, pellet softening and other methods. It will also define hardness, discuss the general treatment processes, as well as hardness chemistry and reactions. Process flow schemes and components will be discussed.
Class # 921014 – September 30, 2020 1:00 to 2:30 pm or
Class # 921015 – October 7, 2020 1:00 to 2:30 pm or
Class # 921016 – October 14, 2020 1:00 to 2:30 pm
Location: This will be a live 1.5-hour virtual class.
Fee: $60 (This class is funded through USEPA and MRWA. The participant fee reflects the expenses incurred in the development, preparation, and presentation of this seminar, as well as ancillary expenses such as administrative time.)
Note: Zoom connection information will be sent to each registrant 2-3 days prior to each session. Connection options:
State Agency Approval
- Call dial-in number provided in Zoom email invitation
- Connect with your computer by clicking on link in Zoom email invitation
- If your computer does not have a microphone, you will need to both call in to listen and be heard and connect with your computer to view the PowerPoint presentation.
- If possible, a copy of the PowerPoint presentation will be attached to the Zoom email invitation.
Maine BLWSO: 2.0 TCHs for Water Operators (7-2020)
Scott Pallwitz: Scott is the Group Leader for Groundwater Treatment for Westech Engineering Inc, (Formerly Siemens Water Technologies Veolia, Vivendi, USFilter), which includes Microfloc & General Filter Products. He has worked in the water and wastewater industry for over 20 years serving various positions in Application Engineering, Project Management and Sales Management. Scott has a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Iowa State University and an MBA from the University of Iowa, Tippie School of Management. Scott maintains a PE license in his home state of Iowa.
Rene Carson: Rene is an Application Engineer for WesTech Engineering, Inc., (Formerly Siemens Water Technologies Veolia, Vivendi, USFilter), which includes Microfloc & General Filter Products. Rene has worked in the water and wastewater industry for two years. She began her career with WesTech as Field Service Engineer starting up several water treatment plants and training operators on the equipment. Rene has a BS in Agricultural Engineering from Iowa State University.
For more information call 207-737-4092 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MRWA is a fully approved Maine Department of Environmental Protection
and Maine BLWSO training provider.