Solutions for Challenges in Industrial Water Conservation and Treatment

Solutions for Challenges in Industrial Water Conservation and Treatment

March 29, 2017

11:00 a.m. PDT / 2:00 p.m. EDT / 19:00 BST / 20:00 CEST

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Water is used heavily in the manufacturing and energy generation sectors for process support and cooling. These two uses of water alone account for almost 60% of freshwater withdrawal. Technologies related to water re-usage and treatment are essential not only for conservation, but for profitable and productive use of this scarce resource as total water consumption can be controlled through recirculation. Increasing environmental regulations combined with a limited supply magnify the importance of analytical techniques such as ion chromatography to maximize the efficiency of water usage.

Attend this webinar to hear Kristen Jenkins, Associate Director of Southern Research Center and expert on wastewater treatment, reuse and process engineering, explain water consumption trends, their impact and challenges to the energy industry, and case studies on new technologies for water conservation, re-usage, and treatment.

Following Kristen's presentation, Frederick Fiddler, Director of Application Support at Metrohm USA will present analytical solutions used worldwide to monitor process, source, and wastewater, as it relates to the power industry.

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Key Learning Objectives


• Understand trends of current water consumption, and new regulation facing water-consuming industries

• Learn more about new technologies aimed at reducing strain on freshwater sources

• Learn how Southern Research Center evaluates new technologies to optimize water conservation and treatment

• Learn how ion chromatography and titration solutions help meet industry regulations

Who Should Attend:


• Those from industries such as energy, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, petrochemical and others that consume water for process purposes

• R&D scientists, QA/QC lab managers, analytical chemists and those routinely engaged in testing and monitoring source water, process water, or wastewater

• Process engineers responsible for water usage and return to the environment



Kristen Jenkins,
Associate Director,
Southern Research,
Water Research Center
Frederick Fiddler,
Director of Application Support,
Metrohm USA


Britt Erikson,
Senior Editor,

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