July 18, 2024; 3:00 – 4:00 pm ET

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The Process Emissions Webinar Series is designed for wastewater professionals looking to deepen their understanding of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from wastewater treatment processes. Consisting of four one-hour sessions, the series will cover the types and sources of GHGs from wastewater treatment, the process conditions and mechanisms that drive these emissions, real-world approaches to measuring, monitoring, and quantifying these emissions, and practical strategies for reducing them.

The first webinar, Wastewater Process Emissions Fundamentals, will feature Director of Climate Action David Ponder and provide an introduction to GHG emissions in wastewater treatment with a focus on describing the various emission sources, the pathways and process conditions that lead to emissions, and provide a general overview of quantification and measurement techniques. The session is co-led with Amanda Lake of Jacobs.


Harry Zhang, PhD, PE, Research Program Manager for Integrated Water and Stormwater, The Water Research Foundation


David Ponder, Director of Climate Action. US Water Alliance
Amanda Lake, Head of Carbon and Circular Economy – Water Europe, Jacobs
John Willis, Vice President, Brown and Caldwell

The series is organized by the US Water Alliance and Canadian Water Network, hosted by The Water Research Foundation, and presented in collaboration with the Danish Water Technology Alliance, Water Environment Federation, and the International Water Association. More information can be found here.