Wednesday 3:30 PM
Treatment - Potable
Radium Reduction Methods and How They Affect your Residuals - Some are "Hotter" than Others
New IEMA DNS regulation controls radium residual discharges from both water and wastewater treatment facilities. This includes water treatment residuals disposal in landfills and wastewater treatment residuals disposed by land application and landfills. The residuals created by potable water treatment plants for barium and/or radium vary dramatically by the treatment process. Some processes present a greater issue with disposal than others. This presentation will discuss the most commonly used radium removal methods and how they can affect disposal of residuals.
Moderator: Ben Finnegan
Harry D. Harman, P.E. - Baxter & Woodman, Inc.
Harry joined AWWA in 1975 and graduated from Purdue University in 1977 with a BS degree in Civil Engineering with a major in Environmental Engineering. He joined Baxter & Woodman, Inc., consulting Engineers in 1983 after working for the State of Indiana permitting water treatment plants and training Water Treatment Plant Operators, and for the second largest Investor Owned Water Company in Indiana as Assistant Supervisor of Operations. He is a Senior Environmental Engineer and Senior Project Manager for Baxter & Woodman, Inc. He has designed ver 100 water treatment plants, elevated and ground storage tanks, water pumping stations, as well as pressure adjusting and regulating stations for communities throughout southeastern Wisconsin, Northern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Several of his projects have received awards for engineering excellence from ACEC, CECI, and the APWA. He has presented several papers at National AWWA Conferences as well as Wisconsin, Indiana, and Illinois Section Conferences.