Industrial, Water Reuse, United States, Sustainability, North America, Membranes, Energy
Webinar: Advancements in Process Waste Treatment for the Brewing Industry
July 03, 2014
Join CDM Smith experts as we explore recent trends in advanced treatment of process wastes from food and beverage production focusing on brewery wastes. We’ll dive into the current methods of anaerobic and aerobic treatment and present potential advancements in membrane technologies. We’ll help you understand how you can reduce costly surcharges, achieve a higher quality effluent for potential reuse, and increase your biogas production.
Thursday, July 17
2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT
Rick Molongoski, PE, BCEE—Rick is a vice president and environmental engineer who directs CDM Smith’s Food & Beverage Market Sector. He brings more than 30 years of experience with environmental engineering projects. His areas of expertise include industrial wastewater and water treatment systems and industrial facilities design. Rick is one of CDM Smith’s industrial wastewater experts and has provided senior technical oversight on process waste treatment projects for New Belgium Brewing, Anheuser-Busch, J.R. Simplot, Frito-Lay and Bay Valley Foods.
Tim Rynders, PE—Tim is a civil/environmental engineer with experience in water treatment process engineering, reverse osmosis and membrane filtration processes, and heat and energy recovery systems. He has provided process engineering for membrane and advanced disinfection treatment and solids/residuals handling facilities for industrial companies including New Belgium Brewing, MillerCoors and Union Pacific Railroad. Tim is a registered civil engineer in Colorado, Nevada and North ,Carolina and an avid home brewer who understands large commercial brewing process requirements and limitations.