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MABA Webinar - From Sludge to Solutions - Ashes to Ashes: The Benefits of Sludge Incineration
Tuesday, May 07, 2024, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
Category: Webinar

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May 7, 2024 - 12:00 - 1:30 PM

From Sludge to Solutions - Ashes to Ashes: The Benefits of Sludge Incineration

In this webinar, you will hear from three utilities that rely on incineration as their primary means of biosolids management. The speakers will discuss their experience operating and maintaining incinerators as well the overall benefits of sludge incineration. The third presentation will review preliminary results from a Water Research Foundation project that measured the fate of PFAS through two full-scale sludge incinerators.

To register click here: https://maba.memberclicks.net/Sludge_Incineration#!/
Member: $25
Nonmember: $50
Moderator: DJ Wacker, Brown and Caldwell
Presentation 1: Keep the Fires Burning – The Importance of Incineration as a Viable Biosolids Disposal Option
SummaryThe presentation will describe the similarities and differences of the two incineration facilities, the importance of incineration as a positive means of handling the biosolids demands, potential for the future and the obstacles posed by the regulatory agencies.
Joseph C. Pantalone, Vice President, Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) Wastewater Division
Charles Hurst, PE, BCEE, Director of Engineering, DELCORA

Presentation 2: Case Study: Incinerating Biosolids at the HL Mooney AWRF
SummaryThe SA has owned and operated two incinerators for several decades. The first one was a multiple hearth furnace (now decommissioned) and the second is a fluidized bed incinerator. This presentation will discuss the equipment, staffing and overall strategy needed to operate and maintain a single incinerator.
Speaker: Prince William County Service Authority (SA) Staff Member

Presentation 3: Results on the Fate of PFAS through Sludge Incinerators (Water Research Foundation Project 5111)
SummaryLloyd will present results from the ongoing Water Research Foundation, Project 5111. Little has been documented regarding the fate of PFAS through sludge incinerators. This presentation will cover the quantifiable results of the study aiming to close this knowledge gap. The audience will hear what levels of PFAS entered and left the incineration systems sampled with comparison to other typical outputs from wastewater treatment and health guidelines.
Speaker: Lloyd Winchell, Associate Engineer, Brown and Caldwell

COST: Member: $25, Nonmember: $50 - Register by clicking here: https://maba.memberclicks.net/Sludge_Incineration#!/