Improving the Economics of Ultrafiltration/Microfiltration

Feb. 7, 2014


Membrane systems for treating drinking water keep evolving, and the recent introduction of the MEMCOR CPII Utrafiltration System is no exception. Join us for a one hour webinar to see how process and equipment improvements will continue to tilt the economic balance from conventional filtration to membranes.  Data and designs will be presented on recent membrane system advancements that are expected to drive down the costs of treated water while making production more efficient and operator friendly. Participants in this webinar earn one Professional Development Hour (PDH).


Russ Swerdfeger, product manager, Memcor Products for Evoqua Water Technologies

Swerdfeger has 14 years of experince with Evoqua Water Technologies focusing on the Memcor Membrane product line. He has held positions in both R&D and Engineering. Swerdfeger has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines and an MBA from the University of Denver. He lives in Colorado with his wife and son.

Paul Gallagher, global director of research and development, municipal segment at Evoqua Water Technologies

Gallagher has over 16 years experience in water treatment process design and development and currently manages the process engineering and product development activities across multiple product lines globally for Evoqua Water Technologies. Gallagher has a BE in Chemical Engineering and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.