Process Control Strategies for Activated Sludge Optimization

Join YSI experts,  Benjamin Barker and Steve Wortendyke, as they review solids control strategies in municipal wastewater applications.

Biologically active sludge is a fundamental aspect of secondary treatment in wastewater treatment facilities. Cultivating and maintaining a healthy biomass of microorganisms for effective nutrient removal is no easy feat. However, by carefully controlling for a few key process parameters, the optimal biomass for activated sludge can be sustained and lead to a stable and consistent process.  This webinar will describe solids control strategies and how TSS, sludge level, and BOD/COD data from online instrumentation can be used for improved monitoring and control of activated sludge.

After watching the webinar, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe and identify factors that contribute to an effective activated sludge process.
  • Understand how to use process parameters, such as Solids Retention Time (SRT), F:M Ratio, and MLSS Control, for real-time control.
  • Apply online instrumentation to monitor and control the activated sludge process.

Who Should Watch:

Engineers, operators, instrument technicians, and superintendents who want to learn more about wastewater solids control strategies.

Earn CEUs!

After watching the webinar, attendees are eligible to receive a certificate awarding 0.1 CEUs from the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). IACET CEUs are often transferable, so check with your local association to see if IACET credit is accepted.