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 # Please check the events that you attended at the 2019 IWC. After choosing a session, please choose papers attended. Additional comments can be entered below. Monday, November 11, 2019, 8-11:00 AM Boiler Water in a Changing Landscape Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) – Design, Implementation, Operations and Lessons Learned Cooling Water – Advancements in Monitoring and Chemical Treatment Miniscule Materials Matter Most Papers Attended 19-01: Steamblow Lessons Learned from Start-Up of Two Combined Cycle Power Plants in North America 19-02: The Death of Deep Bed Condensate Polishing 19-03: On-Line Iron Studies using a Film Forming Product and a Film Forming Amine Papers Attended 19-04: Zero Liquid Waste (ZLW) Facility – Five Years of Full-Scale Operational Experience from Mine Water Treatment Plant 19-05: Iatan SDE Design, Operation, Maintenance, and Operational Costs 19-06: Integrated Water and Wastewater Zero Discharge System for Liquefied Natural Gas Plant Papers Attended 19-07: Heat Exchanger Performance Monitoring in Oil Refineries 19-08: TRO Analyzer Improves Biocide Measurement for Disinfection and Dechlorination Over Traditional Methods 19-09: Engineering Copper Films for Industrial Cooling Applications Papers Attended 19-10: Monitoring for Over-Reduction of Selenium in Closed Vessel and Passive Bioreactor Treatment Systems 19-11: Texas Fish Hatchery uses Ultraviolet Disinfection for Treatment of Toxic Golden Alga 19-12: Industrial Potable Water Treatment – A Case Study of Monitoring and Managing Metal Concentrations to Meet EPA Lead and Copper Rule Compliance Monday, November 11, 2019, 1:15-5:00 PM ASME-Sponsored Session: Communicating Lessons Learned from Operating Steam Generating Systems Digging in the Dirt for Selenium and Sulfate Harry Water and the Chamber of Sustainability Secrets The Future of Industrial Water Treatment: Efficiency and Innovation Win the Day! Papers Attended 19-13: Mechanical and Operating Problems with Deaerators 19-14: Steam Drum: A Crucial Factor in Ensuring Proper Boiler Chemistry 19-15: What Does That Turbine Deposit Mean? 19-16: Minimizing Steam Generator Corrosion and Fouling (Preventing History from Repeating Itself) Papers Attended 19-17: Physio-Biological Removal of Selenium from Mining Impacted Waters 19-18: Removal of Heavy Metals, Ammonia and Nitrates from Mine Water – A Full Scale System 19-19: Chromate Removal Performance using a Weak Base Anion Resin to Treat Groundwater at a Texas Remediation Site 19-20: Mine Impacted Water Minimization Technology – 3 Years of Development Papers Attended 19-21: Minimizing Data Center Water and Wastewater – A Case Study 19-22: Plant Water Profiler: A Tool for Understanding Water Use, Cost and Savings Potential for Manufacturing Plants 19-23: Pilot-Testing of a Sustainable Innovative Technology to Treat Emulsified Oil at a Rail Yard Facility 19-24: Breaking the Mold: Direct to Disc for Treating River Water Papers Attended 19-25: Greenfield Integrated Wastewater Treatment Solution, for Sasol Chemicals Complex, Lake Charles, Louisiana, USA 19-26: Advanced Wastewater Recycle at an Automotive Plant in Silao, MexicoDigging in the Dirt for Selenium and Sulfate 19-27: Leveraging Advances in Industrial Waste Water Treatment: Technology Review and Operating Case 19-28: Water Balance & Water Quality for Contact Cooling Water in a Steel Mill Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 8 AM-Noon ASME-Sponsored Session: Preventing and Remediating Damage Caused by Chemical Excursions in Industrial Boiler Water Reverse Osmosis: Expanding the Treatment Capabilities of Membranes Tackling the PFAS Challenge We’ve Got the Power! Papers Attended 19-29: Proper Use of Alarm Limits for Steam Cycle Chemistry Control 19-30: Determination of the Time to Clean Industrial Boilers Based Upon Upset Feedwater Conditions 19-31: Low pH Excursion in 1500 psi Steam Generation System at an Ethylene Plant 19-32: Analytical Tools to Manage Phosphate and Caustic Treatment Papers Attended 19-33: The Contrarian Use of Chlorine to Control Biofouling in RO Membranes 19-34: Scale Control in a Boron Rejection System for Seawater Desalination 19-35: Rejection Performance of Micro-Pollutants by Ultra Low-Pressure Reverse Osmosis membranes 19-36: Innovative Spiral-Wound Membrane Elements for High Temperature Desalination Applications Papers Attended 19-37: My Industry Does Not Make or Use PFAS. So What Is It, and Why Should I Care? An Overview of PFAS Issues for Non-PFAS Industries 19-38: An Introduction to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances and Treatment 19-39: A Review of Recent Experimental Studies on PFAS Treatment 19-40: Perfluoridated Alkyl Substances: A Historical Overview Papers Attended 19-41: Landscape of Whole Effluent Toxicity Requirements in the Power Industry 19-42: Electricity Dispatch of Thermoelectric Power Generation Under Short-Term Water Consumption Constraints: An ERCOT Case Study 19-43: Addressing Root Causes of Wastewater Treatment Performance Issues 19-44: Technology and Treatment for Boron Removal Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 1:15- 5:00 PM The ELGs are Coming! Really. FGD Treatment Alternatives Concentrate Management Water Projects: Overcoming the Hurdles The Many Faces of Industrial Wastewater Treatment Papers Attended 19-45: Utility Experience on Commissioning and Operating FGD WWT 19-46: Near Real-Time Detection of Mercury and Selenium in FGD Wastewaters for Process Control 19-47: Vortex-Assisted Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis for FGD Wastewater Meets 19-48: Coal Pile Runoff: A Management and Treatment Case Study to Find a Resourceful Solution Papers Attended 19-49: Brine Management: A Review of Options and Technologies 19-50: Achieving Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD) with Advanced Membrane Systems for Maximized Volume Reduction: 5X, 20X, 40X, and 70X! 19-51: Overcoming the Challenges of Concentrate Recovery Using Autonomous, Data-Driven RO 19-52: Pressure Retarded Osmosis: A Potential Technology for Desalination Energy Recovery and Concentrate Management Papers Attended 19-53: Treatment of Aerospace Machining and Inspection Wastewater 19-54: Secrets to a Successful Implementation of a Water Treatment Project 19-55: Water Management and Efficiency Study for Automotive Manufacturing Complex in a Water-Stressed Region 19-56: Cogeneration – Opportunities to Improve Heat Recovery and Power Generation while Saving Water and Reducing Chemical Costs Papers Attended 19-57: How Hot is Too Hot? Reviewing the Treatment Performance of Refinery WWTP Biological Treatment Systems Operating at High Temperatures 19-58: New Water Treatment Technology Targets High-Strength and Toxic Wastewaters-While Producing Methane for Fuel 19-59: Zinc – Boiling Down the Options 19-60: Evaluation of Alternate Process Chemistries for Removal of Arsenic and Fluoride from Industrial Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 8 AM-Noon Making Produced Water Sustainable The Membrane Future is Now PFAS Treatment Options and Strategies Reuse for Resource – Getting More from your Precious Water Assets Papers Attended 19-61: High Temperature Reverse Osmosis Membrane SAGD Process Design Assessment 19-62: Successful Field Demonstration of Produced Water Treatment Using Elevated pH Reverse Osmosis Technology at an Oilfield in California 19-63: Addressing the Omnipresent Silica Scale in SAGD Operations 19-64: Life Cycle of Produced Water in the Eagle Ford Shale Papers Attended 19-65: Membrane Performance Following Five Years of Continuous Use of a Non-Chemical Dechlorination Technology at Plant Bowen 19-66: Planning/Design Considerations for RO Based Boiler Make-up Water Treatment System Using River Water Source 19-67: Enhanced Desalination via Membrane Distillation using Carbon Nanotube Immobilized Membranes 19-68: RO Membrane Permeability, Power Consumption, and CEC Rejection Papers Attended 19-69: PFAS Water Treatment Considerations and Technologies 19-70: Alternative Treatment Evaluation for PFAS 19-71: Water Treatment Technologies for PFAS: Current and Next Generations 19-72: Strategies for Addressing Emerging Per- and Poly-Fluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Papers Attended 19-73: Monovalent Cation Selective Electro Dialysis Ion Exchange Membrane 19-74: Design Complications Related to Water Recycle and Reuse in Combined Cycle Power Plants 19-75: Qualification of UF-RO for Potable Reuse 19-76: Reducing Footprint and Improving Water Quality for High Strength Steel Manufacturing Workshops W1: Water Treatment 101, 11/10, 1 - 5 PM W2: The Wonderful World of Reverse Osmosis, 11/10, 1 - 5 PM W3: Ion Exchange Technology and Practical Operating Practices, 11/10, 1– 5 PM W4: Wet FGD Chemistry and Operational Impacts on Wastewater Quality Discharge, 11/10, 1 – 5 PM W1A: Water Treatment 101, 11/13, 1 - 5 PM W2A: The Wonderful World of Reverse Osmosis, 11/13, 1 - 5 PM W5: Wastewater Treatment 101, 11/13, 1-5 PM W6: Refinery Wastewater Treatment Concepts, 11/13, 1 – 5 PM W7: Industrial Boiler Water Treatment, 11/13, 1 – 5 PM W8: Trouble Shooting an Ion Exchange Mixed Bed, 11/13, 1-5 PM W9: Successful FGD Wastewater Treatment System Design and Operations, 11/13, 1 – 5 PM W10: Water Treatment 201, 11/14, 8 AM - Noon W11: Electrodeionization (EDI), 11/14, 8 AM – Noon W12: Industrial Water Reuse – A Roadmap for the Future, 11/14, 8 AM – Noon W13: Arsenic and Selenium in Wastewater Treatment, 11/14, 8 AM - Noon W14: Contaminants A to Z, 11/14, 8 AM - Noon W15: Drinking Water and Waste Water Operator Training, 11/14, 8 AM - Noon W16: UF, RO and EDI Maintenance and Cleaning, 11/14, 8 AM – Noon W3A: Ion Exchange Technology and Practical Operating Practices, 11/14, 1 – 5 PM W18: HRSG and High-Pressure (>900 PSIG/60 BAR) Boiler Water Treatment and Operation, 11/14, 1 – 5 PM W19: Building a Best Practice Cooling Water Program, 11/14, 1 – 5 PM W20: Acid Mine Drainage: Origin, Causes, and Environmental Impacts and Recycle and Reuse Technologies, 11/14, 1 – 5 PM W21: Chlorine Dioxide: Chemistry, Generation, Analysis, Environmental Issues and Applications, 11/14, 1 – 5 PM W22: RO design software – Concept to System Design, 11/14, 1 – 5 PM Additional CommentsCertification* I certify that I have attended the above checked sessions to be applied towards Professional Development Hours (PDH) credit issued through the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania for my attendance at the 80th International Water Conference.