Start Date

24-9-2019 4:00 PM

End Date

23-9-2019 5:00 PM

Abstract

Advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) are effective at transforming recalcitrant organic water pollutants. However, most AOPs require relatively complex and capital intensive auxiliary systems to generate radicals. Ferrate (Fe(VI)) is a strong oxidant that affords an operational simplicity that some utilities require. This presentation will provide an overview of Fe(VI) technology, and recent results of an ongoing study focused on Fe(VI) and water reuse.

Biography

Dr. Goodwill is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Rhode Island, in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. In that position he executes research, teaching, and service focused on strengthening water systems. He has also worked as a consulting engineer, and volunteer on international water development projects.

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0000-0002-7544-2925

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Sep 24th, 4:00 PM Sep 23rd, 5:00 PM

Ferrate: a novel water treatment input

Advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) are effective at transforming recalcitrant organic water pollutants. However, most AOPs require relatively complex and capital intensive auxiliary systems to generate radicals. Ferrate (Fe(VI)) is a strong oxidant that affords an operational simplicity that some utilities require. This presentation will provide an overview of Fe(VI) technology, and recent results of an ongoing study focused on Fe(VI) and water reuse.