Professional Development Hours (PDH) Form 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 2018 IWC. Additional comments can be entered below. Monday, November 5, 2018, 8-11:00 AM Cooling Water Chemistry Innovations Support Environmental Needs Water Projects: Delivering a Success Reverse Osmosis: The Application of a Very Important Tool Nitty Gritty Details of FGD Wastewater Treatment Monday, November 5, 2018, 1:15-5:00 PM Boiler Water Contaminants and Their Effect on Boiler System Operations Sustainability in Water Treatment Design Trace Contaminants: Detection, Removal and Recovery Recycle and Reuse – Emerging Tools and Case Studies from Industry to Public-Private Partnerships Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 8 AM-Noon ASME Session: Water Treatment for Combined Cycle Plants Next Treatment Level – Innovative Water Membranes for Mining FGD Blowdown – Treatment, Concentration, and Solidification – Oh My! Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 1:15- 5:00 PM ASME Session: Controlling Corrosion and Impurities in Steam and Process Condensate Industrial Cogeneration Plants Fundamentals of Sustainable Desalination Produced Water Management: Overcoming Unique Challenges in a Demanding Industry If I Only Had a Membrane! (A Potpourri of Industrial Wastewater Topics All Connected by Membranes) Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 8 AM-Noon Cooling Water – Recent Advances in Monitoring, Chemistry, and Modeling Water Management in Power Plants Evolving Membrane Technologies and Applications From the Bench to Full-scale – Optimization of Wastewater Treatment Systems Workshops W1: Water Treatment 101, 11/4, 1 - 5 PM W2: Ion Exchange Technology, 11/4, 1 - 5 PM W3: The Wonderful World of Reverse Osmosis, 11/4, 1– 5 PM W4: Wet FGD Chemistry and Operational Impacts on Wastewater Quality Discharge, 11/4, 1 – 5 PM W1A: Water Treatment 101, 11/7, 1 - 5 PM W3A: The Wonderful World of Reverse Osmosis, 11/7, 1 - 5 PM W5: Troubleshooting an Ion Exchange Mixed Bed, 11/7, 1-5 PM W6: Evaluating Business Cases for Industrial Water Reuse, 11/17, 1 – 5 PM W7: Industrial Boiler Water Treatment, 11/7, 1 – 5 PM W8: Building a Best Practice Cooling Water Program, 11/7, 1-5 PM W9: Wastewater Treatment 101, 11/7, 1 – 5 PM W10: Water Treatment 201, 11/8, 8 AM - Noon W11: Contaminants A to Z, 11/8, 8 AM – Noon W12: Electrodeionization (EDI), 11/8, 8 AM – Noon W13: Industrial Water Reuse – A Roadmap for the Future, 11/18, 8 AM - Noon W15: UF, RO and EDI Maintenance and Cleaning, 11/8, 8 AM - Noon W16: Arsenic and Selenium in Wastewater Treatment, 11/8, 8 AM - Noon W2A: Ion Exchange Technology and Practical Operating Practices, 11/8, 1 – 5 PM W4A: Wet FGD Chemistry and Operational Impacts on Wastewater Quality Discharge, 11/8, 1 – 5 PM W17: HRSG and High Pressure (>900 PSIG/60 BAR) Boiler Water Treatment and Operation, 11/8, 1 – 5 PM W18: Field Techniques for Quantifying Scale and Bacteria: A Hands-On Introduction, 11/8, 1 – 5 PM W20: Legionella Risk Management for Industrial Facilities, 11/8, 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 79th International Water Conference.