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Wastewater Pumps with Integrated Intelligence - the Next Industry Breakthrough

Thursday, April 19
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM
Location: Meeting Room 315, Sacramento Convention Center

SWRCB Wastewater: .05 CEU

CWEA: .5 Contact Hours

Practice Area: Professional Challenge Area: Collection Systems

Small wastewater pumps can be given a new level of functionality and intelligence by integrating advanced software functions and state-of-the-art hardware into a conventional submersible design. Sensing the operating conditions and the environment, these pumps can adapt the pumping performance in real time, making smart decisions and providing feedback to the operator. Attractive customer benefits and large OpEx and CapEx savings can be achieved at the pump user and specifier levels.

Learner Outcomes:

Level: Intermediate; working knowledge of subject matter / journeyman level staff

Kristel Zaman

Senior Manager, Flygt Products, Americas
Xylem, Inc.

Biography:

Kristel Zaman is Senior Manager with Xylem Inc. She is responsible for Flygt products in Americas region. Kristel is known as a speaker and contributor to Hydraulic Institute, and number of water and wastewater related conferences and associations.
Kristel holds an Engineering degree from Tallinn Technical University in Estonia and a Master’s of Science in Strategic Marketing from the Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY.

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Gary Warren

Senior Civil Engineer / Supervisor of Wastewater Design Section
EBMUD

Biography:

Gary Warren, PE, is a Senior Civil Engineer for the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD), supervising the Wastewater Engineering Division’s Design Section. This Section performs in-house design work for the Wastewater Department’s capital improvement projects. Projects include treatment plant, collection system and recycled water system upgrades and rehabilitation. Gary has been very involved with EBMUD’s innovative resource recovery and co-digestion program, which allows their treatment plant to produce typically 130% of the power needed to operate the plant. Gary has a BS in chemical engineering from UC Santa Barbara and 30 years of experience. Prior to working for the District, he also worked for CH2M HILL (now part of Jacobs) and Metcalf & Eddy (now part of AECOM). He is also very active in CWEA, currently serving on the board of the local SF Bay Section.

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