WATER TREATMENT CAPABILITIES

Gerard Simon, Advanced Mobile Filtration Services, llc
AnnieLu Dewitt, Clean Harbors
Jenni Henthorn, Arch Coal Operations
Joseph Woodley, UCC Environmental

Description

Leachate Ponds, To Treat Or Not To Treat. From Proposed Effluent Limitation Guidelines To Technologies That Can Meet Them. Authors Mr. Gerard Simon - United States - Advanced Mobile Filtration Services, llc Ms. AnnieLu Dewitt - United States - Clean Harbors Ms. Jenni Henthorn - United States - Arch Coal Operations Mr. Joseph Woodley - United States - UCC Environmental Abstract Leachate ponds have a quite a few contaminants to consider when managing fluid volumes. Waste generator permits provide a general basis of when and what to treat and to the measure of disposal. How to manage and treat is normally left to the waste generator and the environmental team they work hand in hand with on a normal basis. Still, some constituents of concern create havoc on traditional treatment options, leaving gaps in treatment trains and requiring solutions to small footprints, energy consumption, logistics and disposal ability. The panel would delve into the ELG, constraints, treatment options and technology advancements that have proven successful. We would desire to open the panel to coal ash operators, technology companies and technical experts.

 
May 15th, 1:00 PM May 15th, 2:00 PM

WATER TREATMENT CAPABILITIES

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Leachate Ponds, To Treat Or Not To Treat. From Proposed Effluent Limitation Guidelines To Technologies That Can Meet Them. Authors Mr. Gerard Simon - United States - Advanced Mobile Filtration Services, llc Ms. AnnieLu Dewitt - United States - Clean Harbors Ms. Jenni Henthorn - United States - Arch Coal Operations Mr. Joseph Woodley - United States - UCC Environmental Abstract Leachate ponds have a quite a few contaminants to consider when managing fluid volumes. Waste generator permits provide a general basis of when and what to treat and to the measure of disposal. How to manage and treat is normally left to the waste generator and the environmental team they work hand in hand with on a normal basis. Still, some constituents of concern create havoc on traditional treatment options, leaving gaps in treatment trains and requiring solutions to small footprints, energy consumption, logistics and disposal ability. The panel would delve into the ELG, constraints, treatment options and technology advancements that have proven successful. We would desire to open the panel to coal ash operators, technology companies and technical experts.