Geotech Invites Global AD & Engineering Professionals to Tap into New Power Capacity from Anaerobic Digestion in New Webinar

Geotech, the market leading supplier of anaerobic digestion gas monitoring equipment in the UK will be hosting a webinar titled ‘Tapping into New Power Capacity from Anaerobic Digestion in collaboration with the Institute of Chemical Engineers’ (IChemE) Water Special Interest Group on Thursday, 8th December 2016 at 09:00-10:00 GMT.

 

The webinar will engage over 100 engineering, water specialists and anaerobic digestion (AD) industry players worldwide. Geotech’s Managing Director Steve Billingham and Senior Technical Support Engineer, Tim Wilson will share Geotech’s expertise and discuss the ways water companies can become energy efficient and independent with AD.

 

This will include how AD can form the corner stone of a water company’s renewable energy strategy in a move to bridge the power gap and become energy efficient and independent. During the webinar, Steve and Tim will highlight how water companies can do this by boosting existing infrastructure to improve capacity, optimising the AD process through continuous monitoring and maintenance and a solid focus on development and innovation.

 

With over forty years of experience in supporting companies and organisations across various industries to create, maintain and optimise their AD process for biogas production and renewable energy aspiration, Geotech will also share examples of success stories from its key customers such as United Utilities and Southern Water.

 

The webinar is free and open to all. Individuals and professionals who would like more information about the webinar can visit http://www.icheme.org/water-webinar8dec-webpage

and those who would like to register can go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1955655529171436292

 

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About Geotech  

Geotech is a global manufacturer and supplier of portable and fixed gas analysers for the biogas, landfill, CO2 monitoring, groundwater and land remediation sectors. Building on years of innovation, engineering and manufacturing expertise in the UK, Geotech’s products and solutions are now available in over 60 countries throughout the world.

 

With a strong focus on reliability, efficiency and accuracy and world class customer service, Geotech’s products adheres to the highest international industry certification standards such as ATEX and IECEx Zone 2.

 

Geotech provides the best in-class after sale support services including training webinars and technical support, to ensure customers get the best from its products and solutions.

 

For more information please visit www.geotechuk.com.

 

About Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Water Special Interest Group

IChemE’s Water Special Interest Group provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and the sharing of experiences in the engineering aspects of water and wastewater treatment.

 

These include :

  • Promote the application of chemical engineering in the treatment of water and

wastewater for public supply, industry and commercial usage

  • Cultivate a better understanding of water management in industry
  • Encourage education at all levels in water and wastewater treatment processes
  • Provide a dynamic forum for the interchange of views and ideas on water treatment
  • Form national and international links with other organisations in the field
  • Provide input to the development of IChemE's technical policy

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