Global demand for water is projected to exceed supply by 40 per cent in 2030. Rising demand, cost and environmental awareness are driving the need for improved efficiency and sustainability of water treatment plants. Plant owners and operators face constant pressure to save costs in terms of membrane replacements, consumables, energy and labour. Moreover, feed characteristic changes continuously. Operating water treatment plants require continuous optimization of individual process units and chemical dosage. Following SOPs is not enough to maintain the plant performance as operations do not allow inspection of the complex physical-chemical processes inside the individual treatment processes.
What you can learn from this webinar:
The webinar aimed to discuss details of important tasks such as feasibility study, design review and plant audit in water plant life cycle. Most of the time, these aspects were considered insignificant due to the cost and time limitations. Engagement of third-party consultant for each stage in the water plant life cycle is very critical as they identify the risk and suggest suitable alternative. This would help the owner to build robust plant and smooth operation. Significant operational expense and down time can be reduced with proper consultation throughout the plant lifetime.
• TÜV SÜD Introduction
• Life Cycle portfolio for Water Services
• Feasibility & Planning
• Why Water Services
• Testing & Commissioning
• UF/RO/NF membrane services
• Plant audit/water balance/inspection
Who should attend:
• Water and Wastewater Operators