The Process and Water Quality Specialists
WateReuse California and the Southern California Water Coalition have developed a 55-second video to advocate for $750 million for recycled water in the California Drought Package. With the pandemic and no opportunity to “walk the halls” in the state Capitol, we need to find additional ways to have our reuse message stand out with the Legislature and key staff. But we need your help to make this happen.
Did you know that Trussell Technologies has a water quality and treatability lab?
This is what makes Trussell Technologies truly unique in our industry. Our best engineers are working in our lab to optimize water treatment processes for our customers. The Trussell Tech Lab is a valuable tool to identify and select timely and cost-effective treatment solutions – from control of disinfection by-products (DBPs) to pathogen inactivation and advanced treatment of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs).
Did you know that Trussell Technologies’ best engineers are also certified operators?
This is what makes Trussell Technologies truly unique in our industry. Our best engineers are certified operators with years of experience operating advanced treatment facilities for potable reuse. Not only do we support our customers with operator training, troubleshooting, and optimization of the latest and most advanced technologies for potable reuse, but this exact operational experience makes our design and engineering that much better because we understand.
We are excited to welcome Nate La Breche to Trussell Technologies! Nate successfully completed an internship with Trussell Tech and recently joined our San Diego team as a full time engineer. Nate has his M.S in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley. Welcome aboard!
In a recent edition of Water Science & Technology, John Kenny, Elaine Howe and Brie Post of Trussell Technologies along with co-author Bob Holden of Monterey One Water discuss the removal of pesticides through wastewater treatment and subsequent advanced treatment for indirect potable reuse. Link to Article here.
We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans for WEFTEC 2018! Trussell Tech's speakers are:
Keel Robinson: Mobile Session, Mon, Oct 1, 1:30 pm "Ozone’s Multiple Benefits in Water Reuse"
Aleks Pisarenko: Technical Presentation: Tue, Oct 2, 11:30 am "O3/BAC vs. Chloramines: Innovative Pretreatment to Membranes and Enhanced Energy Efficiency of Potable Reuse Treatment Train"
Brian Pecson: Technical Presentation: Tue, Oct 2, 4:00 pm "Improving DPR Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Using Extensive New Pathogen Monitoring Datasets"