Did you know that process changes can be made upstream (with your cleaning chemistry) so you can minimize the downstream compliance issues (your discharge)? To stay within your discharge limits, you have to know what's in your wastewater and how it got there. This webinar will cover how process changes can optimize the downstream effluent and help manufacturers use less chemistry and save costs.
What alternatives are out there for citric-based and phosphate-based cleaners?
Do you need to change your wastewater treatment process?
How did one manufacturer see reductions in heavy metals by altering their upstream process?
Director of Technology
A graduate of the University of Georgia, Mike Valenti has over 25 years of experience in specialty chemical development and product management. He has been in the development and sales of specialty chemicals, detergents and cleaners, and metal finishing products. His expertise is in cleaners for both aqueous and solvent cleaning processes, non-ferrous surface preparation, equipment and testing protocols for a wide range of requirements for critical metal finishing operations.
Product Leader, Aquapure
Specializing in industrial wastewater treatment with Hubbard-Hall for the past eight years, Robin has worked as a wastewater operator, holding a physical/chemical wastewater license in the state of North Carolina. She has also completed the wastewater treatment plant operations specialist certificate program at Sacramento State University. Robin speaks frequently at events, educating and helping to work toward finding efficient ways to transform to a leaner treatment process.