#2106: Raw Water Ammonia WEBINAR IEPA#6797
Title: Raw Water Ammonia: Implications on Water Quality, Regulatory Compliance, and Management StrategiesSUMMARY: This webinar will discuss occurrence of raw water ammonia in ground (and surface) waters; explain the need for and methods to monitor for raw water ammonia; illustrate inadvertent distribution system water quality and regulatory impacts, and review ammonia treatment techniques, with particular focus on biological oxidation filtration.
Webinar Type: Technical Webinar
Delivered On: 01/23/13
Credit hours for water operators & engineers: 1.00
Total Hours: 1.00
Amlan Ghosh, Jacobs
Dr. Amlan Ghosh is a Water Process Engineer with Jacobs Engineering Group in Dallas, TX. He is a P.E. with 12 years of experience in all aspects of drinking water quality and treatment projects including process selection and optimization, process design, and bench- and pilot-scale studies. Specifically, Dr. Ghosh’s expertise lies in the areas of enhanced coagulation, granular activated carbon filtration, and use of advanced oxidants for disinfection. Dr. Ghosh serves on AWWA’s Inorganic Contaminants and Organic Contaminants Research Committees.
Darren Lytle, USEPA
Darren A. Lytle is an environmental engineer for the Water Supply and
Water Resources Division (WSWRD) of the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency’s (EPA’s) National Risk Management Research Laboratory in
Cincinnati, Ohio. Darren is also Acting Branch Chief for the Treatment
Technology Evaluation Branch. Since beginning work at EPA in 1991,
Darren’s primary goal has been to research the quality of drinking
water.Over the years, he has investigated and published works on
drinking water systems, focusing on distribution system corrosion
control and water quality (e.g., red water control, lead and copper
corrosion control); filtration; EPA Contaminant Candidate List
contaminant removal studies; and iron, ammonia and arsenic removal.
Darren has several publications available in journals such as the
Journal of American Water Works Association, Water Research, Corrosion
Science, and Environmental Science and Technology. He holds a B.S. in
civil engineering from the University of Akron (1990), an M.S. in
environmental engineering from the University of Cincinnati (1991), and a
Ph.D. in environmental engineering from the University of Illinois
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