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03/07/18 Chloramine Residual Optimization and Management Webinar IEPA#
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When: Wednesday, March 7, 2018
12:00 pm
Where: Your home or office computer
United States
Contact: Marianne Perino
866-521-3595 ext6


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Chloramine Residual Optimization and Management Webinar IEPA#

 

CEU TYPE: Technical
WEBINAR TYPE: Technical
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SummaryChloramination as a disinfectant strategy in potable water systems provides benefits such as a lower potential for disinfection byproduct formation and improved disinfectant longevity in distribution systems. The significant challenge, however, relates to the shifting chemical equilibrium between ammonia, chlorine and chloramines in utility water distribution systems. Premature decay of chloramine compounds can release free ammonia into distribution systems and lead to nitrification, taste and odor issues as well as other complications as ammonia is consumed as a nutrient. Over chlorination, on the other hand, results in undesirable chloramine species that also result in taste and odor issues.

Operational activities such as tank dumping, frequent tank cycling, chlorine “burns” in distribution systems and inefficient chlorine “boosting” in tanks and reservoirs cost utilities in manpower and resources as they struggle to meet water quality levels particularly in warm weather months. Most chloramine decay occurs post treatment plant as water ages in pipes, reservoirs and tanks, hence arresting chloramine degradation in distribution storage proves to be the most efficient strategy.

The Monoclor® RCS chloramine management system deftly manages the shifting chemical equilibrium along a reservoir’s disinfectant breakpoint curve to ensure that all free ammonia is reacted to provide an optimal level of monochloramine without overdosing chlorine which can result in the creation of undesirable di-chloramine and tri-chloramine. By combining aggressive tank mixing with smart chemical reagent addition at the right time, the Monoclor® RCS system ensures that chlorine or monochloramine residual set-points are maintained without the need for constant operator attention.

Some of the largest water utilities in the country have turned to Monoclor® RCS systems to solve their disinfectant residual issues as highlighted in a recent AWWA Partnership for Safe Water webinar. This presentation will discuss chloramine chemistry, the Monoclor® RCS chloramine residual management system and include several chloramine management case studies.


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REGISTRATION & HOURS: This webinar will begin at 12:00pm and conclude by 1:00pm CST. Earn up to 1 PDH or RTC hour. After registering with Illinois Section AWWA, attendees will be furnished via email with all materials and links needed to participate in the webinar. Questions? Call 866-521-3595 Ext. 3

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