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Going Against the Flow: Better Chemistry at Combined Cycle and Co-Generation Plants - Part 2

Brad Buecker, ChemTreat, Power Engineering Summary Author's Note: Part 1 of this article provided an overview of several of the most important water/steam chemistry issues that presently face steam generation operating and technical personnel. In this Part 2 of the article, we will...

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Drought Mitigation: Replacing Potable Water For Cooling With Reclaimed Water

Speakers Douglas Mullen, UNC Chapel Hill Maurice Galey, NALCO #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #UNCChapelHill #NALCO #WaterConservation #NorthCarolina #WaterTreatment

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Energy Exchange Opportunities Leveraging Building & Municipal Wastewater

Summary This presentation details innovative water conservation and reuse techniques - especially waste water containing heat - employed by practitioners to save money, reduce carbon emissions and be more sustainable. International Wastewater Systems will review several case stories. Speaker ...


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Use of Reclaimed Wastewater in District Cooling and Power Generation

Summary The utilization of reclaimed wastewater is becoming more common as the district cooling and power generation industry reduces its dependence on fresh water for steam generation and cooling applications. The utilization of this water source can present unique system design, treatment...


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Cost Savings, Reliability and Readiness via Campus-Wide Wastewater Reclamation Strategies

Speakers Jonathan Guciani, Sustainable Water #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #SustainableWater #WaterConservation #Wastewater #WaterTreatment


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Novel Terpolymer Internal Boiler Chemistry Drives Efficiency & Reliability in Commercial Industrial Steam Generating Systems

Speakers Karen Person, GE Water & Process Technologies #AnnualConference #ConferenceProceeding #2014 #GE Water and Process Technologies #WaterTreatment #WaterConservation #GeneralElectric


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Acoustic Pipe Wall Thickness Testing for Leak Detection in Aging Mains

Summary As pressurized mains age, they leak more, leak quieter, and have higher risks of catastrophic failure. Facility and campus managers are adopting acoustic pipe wall thickness testing (APWTT) to improve Master Planning decisions. The presentation includes case studies from campuses and...


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Effective Water Treatment

Summary A review of mechanical, chemical, operational, pre-operational, and lay-up solutions to the corrosion, deposition and biological problems associated with operating a closed water system. Speaker Mark Ilaria, General Electric, Power & Water #2015 #CampusEnergyConference ...

Ilaria-Effective Water Treatment.pdf

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Water Loss & Make-up Management

Summary This workshop shares learnings and recommendations from a thermal water study conducted by Texas A&M. Speaker David Payne, Texas A&M University #2015 #CampusEnergyConference #Workshop #ThermalDistribution #TexasAM #Texas #UnitedStates #NorthAmerica ...

Payne-Water Loss-make-up Management.pdf

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New North Shore sewage treatment plant could produce renewable energy

Jennifer Saltman, Vancouver Sun Summary Metro Vancouver’s board will decide this week whether to spend $17.9 million on a system to capture thermal energy from treated sewage at the new North Shore Waste Water Treatment Plant. Staff have recommended the expenditure, along with an agreement to...