Drinking Water Process Studies
Hazen and Sawyer takes a holistic approach to understanding the performance of the entire treatment system, and interrelations among different processes, in order to establish a methodology for continuous operational improvement.
With a constantly evolving regulatory environment, and population and climate fluctuations affecting supply of and demand for water, water process studies are becoming increasingly critical. Process studies yield many benefits, identifying alterations in treatment process that meet regulatory requirements while eliminating the need to construct costly new facilities. Studies can identify the need for advanced technologies, but just as often proven bench-scale testing, coupled with utilization of innovative water quality computer modeling software, identifies more simple-to-implement and cost-effective solutions.
Hazen and Sawyer has conducted bench and pilot studies, designed treatment for a wide range of source waters, and advised utilities on a variety of treatment issues, including corrosion control. We have worked for some of the largest utilities in the country, as well as for many smaller utilities. Our scientists and engineers include top researchers whose work identifies innovative treatment methods, operational tools, and water quality modeling techniques, bolstering the expertise and big-picture vision we bring to even the smallest project.
We can identify strategic alternatives to help you reliably meet current and future regulations, treat challenging ground and surface waters, prioritize infrastructure upgrades, evaluate disinfection options, and closely manage precious supply.
For inquiries contact:
Bill Becker, PhD, PE, at firstname.lastname@example.org