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Webinar: Modeling of Wastewater Treatment Plants: The Journey from WEST to TwinPlant - Part 1
Wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) are key infrastructures for ensuring a proper protection of our environment. However, many WWTPs are operated in a less-than-optimal manner with respect to both treatment and energy efficiency. Investigations suggest that up to 30-40% energy savings could be achieved if all WWTPs were optimally operated. Understanding of the processes allows for their optimization through using on-line sensors, data processing, process control and involvement of staff.

Part 1 of this 3-part series will focus on the initial steps of model-based decision making. During this free 1-hour webinar, you will discover process modeling solutions to best address wastewater treatment challenges such as how to increase treatment capacity, reduce the consumption of energy and chemicals and improve overall efficiency through a powerful combination of best-in-class technology and time-tested methodologies.

In summary:
• Use a live WEST demo from a real-life project to explore retrofit options and costs
• We will discuss step-by-step approach to improve efficiency in day-to-day operations
• View application examples
• Q&A session

This webinar will take place on 22 April 2021 at 15:00UTC and 19:00UTC. With two time slots available, choose the time that suits you best!

Register now! There are only seats available for the first 100 attendees.

Part 2: Advanced Process Controls: Virtual testing, quick implementation, and tools for modern operators.
Part 3: DHI TwinPlant: 2 examples of online, automated modelling with future forecasting technology for any utility.

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