Wastewater Treatment Consultant

What does a wastewater treatment consultant or wastewater treatment expert do?  Wastewater treatment cleans raw sewage or industrial process wastewater until it can be discharged to the environment, under the conditions of government permits, or until it can be reused, for purposes such as cooling water, toilet flushing or irrigation.  Under advanced wastewater treatment, with multiple…

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Biomass & Non Recyclable Plastics to Liquid Fuels

This is a PowerPoint by former Lee Enterprises Expert, Dr.  Lorenz Bauer (dec’d), about creating liquid fuels from biomass and non-recyclable plastics.  It discussed overflowing the world’s overflowing landfills, plastics in the ocean, and how co-processing plastics and biomass waste may be part of the solution.  It discusses pyrolysis and gasification technologies, wastewater treatment, woody…

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Water Treatment Consultant

Water treatment is any process that improves the quality of water to make it more acceptable for some specific end-use, including drinking, industrial water supply, irrigation, river flow maintenance, water recreation and mores – including water being safely returned to the environment. Water treatment encompasses broad categories including municipal water, beverage, ultrapure (like medical &…

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Sludge Treatment Expert

“Sludge” is a general term for liquids, with a high solids content, that remain after some sort of industrial process such as wastewater treatment, drinking water treatment, mining operations, petroleum extraction, etc. Although sludges are typically thought of as problematic waste materials, they may contain valuable constituents including nutrients, metals, and energy content.  A sludge…

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Biogas Production: Improve With Mixed Feedstocks in Anaerobic Digesters

Biogas Production: Improve With Mixed Feedstocks in Anaerobic Digesters By John D. Forcier, P.E. Biogas Production. Anaerobic Digesters provide an excellent baseload renewable energy source. Cow manure has been digested in the cow’s four stomachs and domestic wastewater has been digested in the human digestive system. Therefore, those materials have limited remaining energy, but they…

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