Getting the best possible raw water quality is fundamentally important to water treatment. Engineering higher water quality in drinking water reservoirs is practical and powerful. There are emerging methods to predict spikes in taste and odor compounds or harmful algae blooms days, if not weeks, in advance using machine learning tools. In this webinar, you will learn how Clayton County Water Authority in Georgia, U.S., manages water quality in its indirect reuse reservoirs employing state-of-art water supply protection within an integrated water management program.
Our speakers are:
• David Austin, Jacobs Natural Treatment Systems Global Technology Lead
• Roger Scharf, Jacobs Senior Project Manager
• Lauren Chamblin, Program Manager, Clayton County Water Authority
• Kelly Taylor, Engineering Director, Clayton County Water Authority