Stantec Water Webinar Series – 2024 Presentation Schedule
February 01, 2024
February 01, 2024
Stantec’s experts are leading the dialog on industry trends, emerging technology, and best practices to confront water’s most pressing challenges
Hear from Stantec experts as they discuss leading-edge technologies and one water approaches from communities around the world, ask questions, and fulfill your professional development hours.
Each webinar will last for one hour and those in attendance will receive a certificate to submit for professional development hours or continuing education units.
Hydrogen is part of the energy transition and can help the world decarbonize. But water is required to produce it, so where is the water going to come from? Join us as we review important factors to consider in the production of hydrogen including types and demand of water, as well as why intentional sourcing is important as part of project planning.
Tune in to learn more from Jillian Flanagan and Nathan Ashcroft as they share their experience and and how strategic water planning is critical for overall project success.
Are you spending millions of capital dollars upgrading your vertical and horizontal operating assets? To realize significant cost savings, gain greater asset visibility, and eliminate data silos, organizations must look to holistic automation.
Tune in for a practical guide on migrating from a SCADA mentality towards operational technology. Pete Perciavalle, Kevin Johnson, and David Wilcoxson will show you how to get the most out of your asset’s operational performance, resolve labor shortages, drive more effective procurement models, and navigate cyber security and regulations. Learn how to leverage your automation investments so your digital information can identify and influence your physical operations – all in a single, cohesive environment.
Stantec pioneered micromonitoring to cost effectively isolate I&I sources for targeted remediation where traditional flow monitoring methods are ineffective.
Join Joseph Kamalesh, Carl Chan, and Joe Herman to learn about this state-of-the-art way to perform sewer investigation studies and how the micromonitoring approach is not just unique, but delivers significant cost savings to the community by reduced investigation and rehabilitation costs.
Process intensification is a growing trend in the water sector, as utilities face increasing challenges to meet stringent regulations, optimize existing infrastructure, and reduce environmental impacts. By adopting process densification technologies, utilities can enhance their wastewater treatment efficiency and sustainability, while saving costs and space.
Learn from Mehran Andalib and Julian Xheko as they delve into the scientific intricacies of process densification in activated sludge systems. We will dissect the applications of hydrocyclones and continuous-based granulation, providing an understanding of their impact on wastewater treatment efficiency. The session will feature a detailed examination of ongoing projects, including the Goldbar WWTP process densification evaluation, where we will discuss observed benefits and emerging trends.