Webinars

De Nora invites you to join us for live and on-demand webinars to help keep you updated on the latest developments in water treatment. With subjects ranging from overviews of available technologies for different applications, in depth views on specific technologies, updates on regulatory standards and suggestions on what to look for when you're evaluating solutions, we have applied nearly 100 years of operation into bite sized presentations for your benefit.

Webinar Series: Heavy Industrial / Metals / Mining

Water is critical for the production of steel and is used across multiple stages of the process. In the first of our heavy industrial webinars, we explore how water is used and why it is important to maintain a high volume of good quality and how you can do this.

Join us on Monday 14 December at 10AM Eastern USA 

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Webinar Series: Commercial and Institutional Series

Legionella Control in Cooling Water Treatment Applications

De Nora launches our next series of webinars for commercial and institutional organizations. The first webinar, on Legionella Control in Cooling Water Treatment Applications, covered the impact of biofouling and how you can successfully manage this to meet your legal obligations around Legionella control, reducing your operating costs at the same time.

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Webinar: Unconventional Oil and Gas: Produced Water Recycling

This webinar will review the water lifecycle in unconventional oil and gas production and will focus on the how electrochlorination can be used as the key component of the treatment and recycling of produced water. Real case studies will be presented of how operators have successfully treated produced water using of leading-edge technology and how electrochlorination not only provides a safety benefit to an already hazardous environment but can also deliver oxidation chemistry for less than $0.02/bbl in most cases

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Webinar Series: Digitalization

In the days of COVID, travel has new challenges, making it difficult to support business operations where water equipment is used. This has created a new reality, where operators need to consider how to ensure the safety and health of the people in their organization and embrace new ways of working, even as the world starts to re-open. How can we ensure our operations remain seamless, even in a pandemic and beyond?

Join us for a webinar to learn about ways to work with your water treatment equipment supplier to ensure continuity and effective operation of your assets.

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Webinar Series: Contaminant Removal from Water

With groundwater and surface water sources increasingly challenged by population growth, climate change, and stormwater and industrial runoff, ensuring public access to safe drinking water is driving new innovations in treatment technologies. More stringent drinking water regulations address issues that didn't exist even one generation ago, including nutrient pollution, micropollutants, and contaminants of emerging concern.  

In this series of three webinars, we’ll review the pressing problems of emerging contaminants and explore and compare available mitigation and prevention technologies to help inform your decisions.

Webinar Series: The Basics of Advanced Electrolytic Marine Sewage Treatment

Electrolytic wastewater treatment systems in the Marine and Offshore space have been misunderstood by many in recent years, despite having been installed on rigs and vessels globally for decades. These types of Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) take advantage of several key treatment processes to quickly and effectively disinfect the raw wastewater stream while offering smaller footprint, true on/off operation, and direct insitu destruction of organics in wastewater. 

This webinar series will review different marine sewage treatment technologies, introduce you to the overall electrolytic oxidation process including the basics of electrolytic treatment, review solids handling and Class B Sludge Production and explain why dilution doesn’t equal treatment.