IWC PDH Request Form Use this form to request your pdh credits. A certificate will be emailed to you upon verification. Name First Last CompanyPhone (xxx-xxx-xxxx)Email* Certificates will be sent to this email addressNY State Will be used for New York State Continuing Ed Requirements Florida State Will be used for Florida State Continuing Ed Requirements Florida License #Monday, November 9, 2020 IWC 20-01: Nutrient Reduction – Why Should We Care? IWC 20-02: Reducing Ammonia and Other Nitrogen Compounds in a Midwest Ammonia Producer’s Waste Stream using Reverse Osmosis IWC 20-03: Phosphate: Friend and Foe IWC 20-04: Overcoming Conductivity Measurement Inaccuracy in High Ionic Strength Produced Water IWC 20-05: Charge Characteristics of Particles in SAGD Warm Lime Softeners IWC 20-06: Lessons Learned in the Construction of an 18.3 MGD Sulphate Removal Process (SRP) System for Oil Field Production IWC 20-07: Meeting the Challenges of High Pressure Desalination Applications With Innovative Spiral-Wound Elements IWC 20-08: Energy Efficient Forward Osmosis for FGD Wastewater Volume Minimization IWC 12-09: Curtail the Scale: Treatment Techniques for Saturated Cooling Ponds IWC 20-10: Topics in Once-Through Steam Generation and Produced Water Treatment IWC 20-11: Steam Methane Reforming Process Condensate Reuse IWC 20-12: Calculating the Impact of Amine Contribution to the Na:PO4 Molar Ratio Calculation Keynote Session IWC 20-13: More Food for Thought – Using True F:M to Predict and Understand Treatment Performance at Refinery and Industrial WWTP’s IWC 20-14: Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) & Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) for Refinery to meet BOD and Ammonia limits IWC 20-15: Upgrade of a Refinery Wastewater Treatment Plant to meet more Stringent Limits and enhance Water Re-Use IWC 20-16: BASHNEFT-Ufaneftekhim Refinery in Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia Solution to comply with Stringent Discharge Requirementsn IWC 20-17: Sustainable Effluent Treatment Combining Anaerobic Treatment and Anammox IWC 20-18: Construction of a New Wastewater Reclamation System Addressing Industry Water Resource Issues IWC 20-19: Water Mining and Wastewater Reuse Systems Overcome Scarcity IWC 20-20: Reducing the Carbon and Water Footprints for Power Generation IWC 20-21: Lessons Learned from the Start-Up and Commissioning of a 0.94 MGD Seawater Desalination Plant in a Palestinian Territory IWC 20-22: Industrial Facility EPA Lead & Copper Rule Compliance – Bench Scale Testing to Increase Confidence in Corrosion Control Treatment Strategy IWC 20-23: Disinfection Byproduct Reduction via Novel Multi-Contaminant Treatment Approach using Ozone, BAC, and Ion Exchange IWC 20-24: Improving Public Safety & Disinfection Performance in an Urban Drinking Water IWC 20-25: Film Forming Substances in Industrial Steam Cycles IWC 20-26: FFS as a Heat Transfer Efficiency Improver for Steam Facilities IWC 20-28: Amine-based Filming Product Blended (AFPB) Application for Boiler Water Treatment in Fertilizer Industry Tuesday, November 10, 2020 IWC 20-29: Considerations for the Treatment of High Strength Wastewater IWC 20-30: Walking the Line – Nitrogen Removal in High Strength Industrial Wastewater IWC 20-31: High Recovery Water System integrated with ZLD for a Brewery Plant in India IWC 20-32: Treatment Processes for Organic Selenium Removal IWC 20-33: Making It Work – Brine Recovery System Case Study and Improvement Options IWC 20-34: A SWOT Analysis to Increase the Water Resiliency of Livorno Oil Refinery IWC 20-35: Full Scale Brine Minimization – Lessons Learned at the Chino Concentrate Reduction Facility IWC 20-36: CounterFlow Reverse Osmosis – Full Scale Implementation IWC 20-37: Keys to a Successful EPC Water Treatment Project IWC 20-38: Three Streams, One Project. Multiple Source Complex Water Treatment using EPC and Technology Solutions IWC 20-39: Optimizing the Equipment Selection Process for Power and Industrial Projects IWC 20-40: New Solutions To Old Problems: Technical Innovation in Mature Markets IWC 20-41: Successful Monitoring, Application and Optimization of Oxidizing Biocides in Cooling Water IWC 20-42: Preventing improper Boiler Startups by using Onsite Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analysis IWC 20-43: Lessons Learned on the Use of PTSA in a Cooling Tower System and the Development of a Control Algorithm IWC 20-44: Enhancing Biofilm Removal in Industrial Cooling Water Treatment Applications by Adding an Organic Dispersant IWC 20-45: Mercury Removal in Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) Wastewater IWC 20-46: Holistic Approach to Zero Liquid Discharge for FGD and Industrial Wastewater IWC 20-47: A Tale of Two ELGs IWC 20-48: Demonstration of a Novel Process for Reducing Dissolved Selenium and Mercury in FGD Liquor and WWT Discharge Water IWC 20-49: Squeezing the Last Drop – Wastewater Reuse as an Industrial Water Source IWC 20-50: Steam Electric Power Station Water Reuse and Sustainability Catalogue IWC 20-51: Waste Water Reuse System Design in a Space Constrained Environment IWC 20-52: Water Reuse at a Semi-Conductor Facility – A Case Study IWC 20-53: Review of PFAS Treatment Technologies IWC 20-54: Novel Developments in PFAS Removal Utilizing Superfine Powdered Activated Carbon and Ceramic Membrane Microfiltration Technology IWC 20-55: Batch and Column Studies on PFAS Removal from Landfill Groundwater Using Media IWC 20-56: Management of Concentrated Aqueous Waste Streams with Particular Attention to Aqueous Wastes Containing High Concentrations of Per- and Poly- Fluoro Alkyl Substances IWC 20-57: Continuous Monitoring of Trace Level Metals in a Power Generation Process Stream IWC 20-58: The Value (and the Challenges) of Corrosion Transport Monitoring IWC 20-59: Semiconductor Manufacturing Process Improvements and the Role of Real-Time Copper Wastewater Analysis IWC 20-60: AI and Decision Support Tools – Opportunities in the Water Sector and Relevant Company Profiles Wednesday, November 11, 2020 IWC 20-61: Novel Chemical Solution leads Water Savings in Mining Operations IWC 20-63: Copper Recovery Options for Pit Lake Waters IWC 20-64: Selenium Removal isn’t Cheap or Easy – A Review of 30 Full-Scale Operating Plants IWC 20-65: Managing & Rehabilitating Coal Ash Ponds Using Paste Surface Stacking Technology IWC 20-66: Controlling Oxidation Air in an FGD Absorber as a Means to Simplify Wastewater Treatment IWC 20-67: Landfill Leachate Management Beyond Impoundments IWC 20-68: Water Management for Fossil Energy Power Generation IWC 20-69: Removal of Selected Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs) from Drinking Water using Alternate Ion Exchange Resins IWC 20-70: Preventing PFAS Cross-Contamination in Sampling and Decontamination Equipment and Materials IWC 20-71: The Media You use for Arsenic Treatment will be Discontinued: A NJ Community rapidly responds to Install New Treatment but also finds PFAS IWC 20-72: The Removal of PFAs (Per-fluorinated alkyl substances) with Ion Exchange and Reverse Osmosis Processes IWC 20-73: Modelling Mineral Scale Precipitation Mass in Industrial Systems IWC 20-74: A Novel Approach Using State Point Analysis as a Predictive Performance and Optimization Tool in Industrial Metals Precipitation and Softening IWC 20-75: New Automatic Control System to Optimize Biocide Dosing for Stable RO Operation IWC 20-76: Splunk to Improve Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant Performance Workshops W1: Water Treatment 101, 11/8 W1A: Water Treatment 101, 11/11 W2A: The Wonderful World of Reverse Osmosis, 11/11 W5: Membrane and Thermal Brine Recovery Systems. 11/11 W6: Industrial Wastewater Reuse – A Roadmap for the Future, 11/11 W7: Industrial Boiler Water Treatment, 11/11 W10: Electrodeionization, 11/12 W11: Flow Accelerated Corrosion and Iron Monitoring, 11/12 W14: Industry Leadership and Career Growth Workshop, 11/12 W15: UF, RO and EDI Maintenance and Cleaning, 11/12 W3A: Ion Exchange Technology and Practical Operating Practices, 11/12 W17: Coagulation and Flocculation: Theory, Practice, and Examples, 11/12 Additional CommentsCertification* I certify that I have attended the above checked Virtual Sessions; to be applied towards Professional Development Hours (PDH) credit issued from the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania for my attendance at the 81st International Water Conference.