Do you know that the global market for water treatment products is a $44 Billion industry? The spending and needs for products and experts in this field is expected to grow with the escalation in global water demand and consumption. If you are interested in learning about the latest in online monitoring equipment, how to meet water regulatory requirements for your company, or to discuss new opportunities in the area of global sustainability, you can not afford to miss this seminar. Join us to explore the latest trends in technology and learn best practices for online water monitoring.
“Online Monitoring for Water and Wastewater Processes – Global Sustainability at Your Fingertips” A short presentation followed by Q&A with speaker Edward Askew of Askew Scientific Consulting, specializing in laboratory and regulatory management services.
What You Will Learn
- Guidance on selection and specifications for chemical and physical online monitoring equipment.
- How to validate of online results with classical laboratory bench chemistry.
- Why companies fail compliance? Learn the latest requirements.
- Advantages of online monitoring within the operational control of the facility.
- Career opportunities and growth in water monitoring and global sustainability
Date: Thursday, March 4, 2010
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
Meet your Expert
Dr. Edward Askew has worked in the private and public sector as both a chemist and regulator. His areas of expertise encompass: industrial FIFRA GLP analysis for certification/recertification of a pesticides, commercial environmental laboratories performing CLP for RCRA and SARA/CERCLA projects, state regulatory agency pesticide analyses and enforcement for FIFRA, CWA, SDWA compliance and water/wastewater analysis. Dr. Askew is the past chair of the Laboratory Practices Committee for the Iowa Water Pollution Control Association, is currently the chair of the AWWA-Iowa Section Laboratory Practices Committee and is the vice-chair of the AWWA Water Quality Laboratory Committee. Dr. Askew is a committee member of Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater and the Part Coordinator for Part 4000 Inorganic Nonmetallic Constituents. Dr. Askew has received awards from: the Iowa Water Pollution Control Association for Laboratory Analyst, the WEF Arthur Sidney Bedell Award for Service, the IOWATER Professional of the Year the Iowa Governors Award for Volunteerism.
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