Hazen and Sawyer Features in This Month’s Opflow and JAWWA
(NEW YORK, NY – February 10, 2017) – Hazen and Sawyer staff are prominently featured in two AWWA February publications.
Troy Walker and Dr. Ben Stanford had an article published in the February 2017 issue of Opflow titled Direct Potable Reuse – Widespread Implementation Requires Ready Operators. This article discusses the recently issued WE&RF Report 13-13, which identified the requirements and developed a plan for the operation and maintenance of a DPR system, as well as defined the training and certification requirements for DPR operators.
This month’s Journal AWWA features:
• An article titled Advanced Oxidation Process, Unique Hydrogeology Allow for Innovative Reuse Strategy co-authored by Dr. Stanford. This article details a 10-month pilot test of advanced oxidation processes that helped find the most efficient reuse solution for the City of Hollywood to address new Florida statutes and the subsequent funding for a Tailored Collaboration grant, WE&RF-13-10.
• An author highlight/interview with Dr. Stanford.
• Paul Biscardi co-authored a peer-reviewed paper titled Preozonation Effects on Organic Foulants in a Coagulation-Ultrafiltration Membrane Process. This research examines the effect of integrating ozone ahead of coagulation, flocculation, and sedimentation as pretreatment to ultrafiltration membranes at the bench scale for treatment of a surface water containing organic foulants.
All of the publications are available on the AWWA website, free to members.