WRF Technology Scan Webcast Series: Energy Efficiency
The Water Research Foundation's Technology Scan webcasts are designed to help you become a Utility of the Future! This webcast focused on innovative water technologies related to energy efficiency. The following products and systems were featured during the presentation:
In Situ Remediation Technology (InSRT)
RemWell’s In Situ Remediation Technology (InSRT) reactor uses ultrasound frequencies between 400 and 1000 kHz to degrade per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in groundwater in a horizontal well, which avoids many of the energy demands associated with ex situ remediation.
Ephyra® is a compact and sustainable technology based on plug flow digestion. Optimization of reactor design, advance process control, and stable operation has led to significantly improved performance of Ephyra®. Based upon full-scale performance results, compact construction, ease-to-operate, and a positive energy balance, Ephyra® has a very short payback time, often less than five years.
Michelle Crimi, PhD, Remwell, LLC
Danny Traksel, Royal HaskonigDHV
Fidan Karimova, Innovation Program Manager, The Water Research Foundation