Continuous, Real-Time TSS Monitoring Verifies Effluent Quality and Coal Ash Management Performance While Reducing Compliance Costs

Available on demand until September 17, 2020 Register

While some power plants continue to struggle with the final testing phase of the coal ash remediation process, other operators have successfully adopted the use of recently advanced sensor technology to measure real-time total suspended solids (TSS). Having the ability to accurately ensure discharge water is in compliance lets you automate functions such as controlling the pumps transporting effluent; or start and stop pretreatment processes designed to keep effluent within permit guidelines.

Register for this webinar, presented by Steve Wortendyke, Xylem Process Analytics Expert.

What viewers will learn
  • How to capture accurate real-time TSS data
  • How the sensing probe can be paired with advanced controls
  • How to eliminate the delays waiting on lab test results
  • How to reduce manpower requirements and costs
Who should attend
  • Power Plant Operators, Managers and Engineers
  • Operations Managers and Engineers
  • Maintenance Managers and Engineers
  • Contractors
Hear from this expert  
Steve Wortendyke
Central Region Sales Manager – Process Analytics
Xylem, Inc.

Steve Wortendyke joined Xylem in May of 2017 managing the central region for process analyzers. Before that Steve was with Black & Veatch as Business Development Manager with their smart water team.

Steve has 28 years in Industrial Product Marketing and Development, Sales and Sales Management, and Business Development encompassing municipal and industrial water use in water utilities, beverage, power, petro-chemical and ultra-pure water.

Before that, Steve served in the USAF as a Captain and flight instructor on B-52s as an Electronic Warfare Officer.

Steve has a BS in Chemistry from Oral Roberts University and a MBA from Texas Christian University.

Aaron Larson
Executive Editor
Aaron is an engineer who has worked at nuclear, biomass, and coal power plants, where he gained significant operations, maintenance, safety, financial, and management experience. He has also served in the Navy, earned a BS in nuclear engineering technology from Thomas Edison State College, holds an MBA in financial management from City University of Seattle, and is credentialed as a Chief “A” Boiler Engineer. Aaron writes news and feature stories on a variety of topics.