This webinar will look at the current infrastructure and cost challenges that are facing your local publically owned treatment works (POTW) and how their challenges are being passed through to manufacturing facilities and other industrial users. We will also look at how minimizing your wastewater contribution to your local POTW can result in facility cost reductions as well as extend the life cycle and replacement of your capital equipment. Most clients evaluate wastewater treatment as a choice between a total solution or doing nothing. Most of the time the solution and cost savings lies somewhere along that treatment matrix.
- Aging POTW water infrastructure
- Opportunities for water recycle & reuse
- Managing water resources
- Wastewater treatment and where to spend the money · Improving old treatment processes
- Options to reduce your facility's contribution to POTW
- Evaluating your cost-savings
The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session.
- Understand the challenge facing local POTW's
- Explore options to reduce your contribution to the local POTW
- Do the math! Evaluate your cost savings when implementing wastewater treatment changes
Daryl has been in the wastewater treatment industry for over 25 years, working primarily with food and beverage companies by providing integrated, cost-effective solutions to companies. Prior to his current role at DMP Corporation, he worked in a variety of water treatment roles throughout North America with Ecolab/Nalco and Clean Water Technology.
Christopher Dooley is the CEO of DMP Corporation, the leading provider of integrated wastewater solutions for industrial customers. Prior to his time at DMP, Chris held senior leadership positions in other fast-growing organizations including The Alexander Group, a sales and marketing strategy consultancy, and Siebel Systems, the leading provider of CRM software acquired by Oracle. Given his experience in technology, marketing and sales, Chris has led DMP to bridge the gap between automation and wastewater treatment. Chris has a BA from Haverford College, MBA from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania, is a fluent Spanish speaker and has worked and lived in Europe, Asia and Latin America.