Municipal drinking water treatment has evolved greatly over the last several years as new contaminants have been discovered, new regulations promulgated and new technologies developed to address contaminants. This seminar will cover some of the most critical of these new contaminants and technologies.
Drinking Water Treatment Topics covered include:
· The California Water Board Drinking Water Division’s recently issued Public Health Advisory for PFOA and PFOS
· USEPA Public Health Advisory
· PFAS Compounds – Understanding the differences between “Short Chain” and “Long Chain” compounds
· The California Water Board Drinking Water Division’s recently issued MCL for 1,2,3-TCP
· Hazardous Algae Blooms – Cyanotoxins
· Taste & Odor Compounds: Geosmin and Methyisoborneol (MIB)
· Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs)
· Chromium-6, Perchlorate and Nitrate treatment techniques
· Ion Exchange options for removing PFAS
· Understanding the current USEPA disinfection by-product (DBP) regulations and compliance technologies
· Learning about emerging unregulated DBP formation and how to minimize their formation while complying with current regulations
· Understanding DBP Formation Potential
· Use of Biologically-Active Carbon
· Advanced Oxidation Processes coupled with Activated Carbon
· Other Activated Carbon technologies and their application to municipal drinking water treatment
· Learning how the practice of custom municipal reactivation (CMR) lowers both the cost and environmental impact of utilizing activated carbon
· New, current, and relevant information from a national water treatment advocate on drinking water treatment trends and emerging water quality issues such as brain-eating amoeba, Legionella, distribution system bacteriological regrowth and scaling
Professional development hour credits will be available to seminar attendees. Calgon Carbon Corporation is a registered credit provider via RCEP.
Please park in the Event Parking Lot - Lot C. This parking lot is located on the North side of Ashford Street before you enter Cucamonga Valley Water District. The classroom is located on the first floor of the Frontier Project. The Frontier Project is the building located on your right when you enter the gate.