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Characterizing Commercial High Strength Wastewater

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Commercial high strength wastewater is dealt with improperly in some areas across the country. A lot of this is due to a lack of understanding of what activities can affect the wastewater strength from these types of facilities. This presentation will describe some of the more common facilities and discuss ideas on how to gather information, provide operational suggestions, and try to dial in a wastewater strength that can be used to size a treatment system for the facility. 


Speaker Biography

Brenda Faz, MSc (Ph.D. Candidate)
Engineered Systems Consultant

Brenda Faz is the Engineered Systems Specialist for the Southern Region of the United States at Infiltrator Water Technologies. Brenda assists developers and engineers in designing wastewater treatment systems that will optimize treatment performance for their projects. Prior to working for Infiltrator, Brenda spent 15 years in the environmental testing industry, doing bench scale treatability studies for municipal wastewater plants as well as standard analytical testing for soils and waters under both Standard Methods and ASTM methodologies. Brenda holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science from Texas A&M University, a Master’s Degree in Environmental Management from the University of Maryland University College, and is currently a PhD student at Louisiana State University in the Environmental Science program.


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