About
Many metals manufacturing facilities want to be more sustainable, environmentally compliant and/or are looking to reduce operating costs, but don’t always have a clear roadmap for achieving their goals. Aging infrastructure, staffing issues and financial and technological limitations may further limit their ability to make a first step.

Throughout this webinar, you will learn tangible strategies for implementing practices that will:

•       Improve NPDES permit wastewater compliance
•       Recover and reuse process oil
•       Minimize greenhouse gas emissions
When
Thu, Jun 30, 2022 · 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Agenda
  • Challenges facing the metals industry
  • Wastewater exceedances
  • Oil recovery process
  • Pathways to decarbonization
  • Q&A
Presenters
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Chip Cagle
Director of Project Development
As the Director of Project Development with Veolia’s Industrial Water Group, Chip is responsible for developing solutions for clients' water, energy and utility needs through guaranteed operations and maintenance services of either new or existing client assets across the US. He has over 30 years of experience in industrial water and energy and has been with Veolia for 13 years. Chip has a B.S. In Chemical Engineering from Clemson University and is also a Certified Energy Manager (CEM).
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Harry Wojnar
Technical Manager
Harry is an engineer with decades of experience with designing, constructing, operating and maintaining key assets and infrastructure within the metals, mining, oil and gas, and chemicals industries.
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Jamie Litherland
Area Manager
Jamie has 36 years combined industrial facility experience. He spent 15 years in the petro-chemical industry where he started as a wastewater operator, later becoming plant supervisor. He joined Veolia in 2001 where he was a maintenance and safety manager at a metals manufacturing facility and has since been promoted to project manager and now area manager.