The Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania will bring together leaders and learners from across the globe to discuss current technology and share successes and challenges in water treatment.
The educational conference emphasizes discussions on technology and presents the latest in scientific advances and practical applications in this field, across a wide range of industries, technologies and functional areas.
POWER’s John Wentz will discuss a paper during a technical session Wednesday morning, Nov. 15. IWC 17-74, “Case Studies & Analysis of Reverse Osmosis to Treat Flue Gas Desulfurization Wastewater” as authored and presented by Derek Stephens, Ph.D. and Cheng Yang, Ph.D. and will discuss the design options and results of using proper pretreatment and selection of ion exchange, reverse osmosis and nanofiltration to concentrate flue gas desulfurization wastewater ahead of zero liquid discharge, including an economic analysis and information on several case studies of power plants in China that are employing such technologies.
For more on this event and to register, visit the IWC conference site.