IWC 18-57, 58, 59, 60

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IWC 18-57: Membrane Processes for Wastewater Treatment in the Food Industry
Gerard Van Gils, Ph.D., Kemco Systems Co., LLC, Clearwater, FL
Discusser: Eugene Rozenbaoum, LG Water Solutions, Torrance, CA
IWC 18-58: Ceramic Hollow Fiber Membrane Technology for Industrial Wastewater Treatment in Recycle/Reuse Applications
Greg Wood, i2m LLC, Raleigh, NC; Sreenath Kariveti, Mann+Hummel USA Inc., Raleigh, NC
Discusser: Lucas Davis, P.E., Kiewit, Lenexa, KS
IWC 18-59: Overcoming Challenges in Biological Treatment of Selenium Containing Wastewaters by Advancements in Bioreactor Design
Rebeccah Chapman, Frontier Water Systems, Salt Lake City, Utah; Luke Halverson and Logan Terheggen, Frontier Water Systems, Atlanta, GA
Discusser: Jamie Felicetti, WesTech Engineering, Salt Lake City, UT
IWC 18-60: MBR Technology Utilized to Resolve an Increase in Flows and New Discharge Requirements When Upgrading a CPI Wastewater Treatment Plant at Eastman Chemical facility in Chestertown, Maryland
John Sisson, Eastman Specialties Corporation, Chestertown, MD; Brian Arntsen and Carsten Owerdieck, Suez Water Technologies & Solutions, Oakville, ON, Canada; Eric Kozmic, Suez Water Technologies & Solutions, Trevose, PA
Discusser: Christopher Huth, HDR, Pittsburgh, PA

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IWC 18-57: Membrane Processes for Wastewater Treatment in the Food Industry
Gerard Van Gils, Ph.D., Kemco Systems Co., LLC, Clearwater, FL
Discusser: Eugene Rozenbaoum, LG Water Solutions, Torrance, CA
IWC 18-58: Ceramic Hollow Fiber Membrane Technology for Industrial Wastewater Treatment in Recycle/Reuse Applications
Greg Wood, i2m LLC, Raleigh, NC; Sreenath Kariveti, Mann+Hummel USA Inc., Raleigh, NC
Discusser: Lucas Davis, P.E., Kiewit, Lenexa, KS
IWC 18-59: Overcoming Challenges in Biological Treatment of Selenium Containing Wastewaters by Advancements in Bioreactor Design
Rebeccah Chapman, Frontier Water Systems, Salt Lake City, Utah; Luke Halverson and Logan Terheggen, Frontier Water Systems, Atlanta, GA
Discusser: Jamie Felicetti, WesTech Engineering, Salt Lake City, UT
IWC 18-60: MBR Technology Utilized to Resolve an Increase in Flows and New Discharge Requirements When Upgrading a CPI Wastewater Treatment Plant at Eastman Chemical facility in Chestertown, Maryland
John Sisson, Eastman Specialties Corporation, Chestertown, MD; Brian Arntsen and Carsten Owerdieck, Suez Water Technologies & Solutions, Oakville, ON, Canada; Eric Kozmic, Suez Water Technologies & Solutions, Trevose, PA
Discusser: Christopher Huth, HDR, Pittsburgh, PA

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