How to Overcome Challenges in TOC Determinations of Effluent

Industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants are faced with an increasing number of strict demands required by National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits for the discharge of treated wastewater into the water cycle. At the same time, they are being challenged to cut costs. Operators and analysts require analytical instrumentation that is robust, easy-to-use, and provides a low cost of ownership, as well as the capability to accurately determine TOC concentration over a wide dynamic range. Accurate and cost-effective effluent analysis is critical to ensure the proper treatment of effluent for a clean, safe water supply.

Join  John Welsh, PhD, on April 12th as he discusses the difficulties often encountered in industrial and municipal effluent testing and how new technology for Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analysis can help. A live Q&A session will follow the presentation.

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DATE: Thursday, April 12, 2018
TIME: 11:00 AM PST | 1 PM CST
DURATION: 45 Minutes followed by a live Q&A session


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Register today and receive a link of the recorded webinar to view at your convenience!

Webinar Highlights:

• Key challenges in today's effluent analysis  
• The value of TOC analysis in meeting effluent analysis needs
• New, robust TOC technology available to provide a cost-effective solution

Speaker: John Welsh, PhD 
John Welsh received his PhD in Analytical Chemistry from Texas A&M University. He has been OI Analytical's TOC Product Manager for the past five years and has 25+ years of experience in analytical instrumentation.

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