In-Pipe Technology will Host Two Webinars Discussing how In-Pipe's Green Sewer Collection Technology can Reduce Wastewater Plant Rnergy Consumption

In-Pipe Technology will host two webinars to discuss how In-Pipe’s green sewer collection system treatment can reduce energy consumption at the wastewater treatment plant.

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Wheaton, Illinois (PRWEB) August 02, 2012

In-Pipe Technology® Company, Inc. announced today two scheduled webinars entitled "Bioaugmentation and Energy Reduction at the Wastewater Treatment Plant" to discuss how In-Pipe’s green sewer collection system treatment is an effective, environmentally-friendly, and fiscally responsible method to improve the efficiency of the wastewater treatment plant through more efficient use of oxygen and sludge reduction. The net result is a significant savings in energy.

Rich Schici, Senior Engineering Manger for In-Pipe Technology states, "We look forward to helping municipalities and engineers understand how In-Pipe's technology has a profound, beneficial impact on the waste treatment process reducing the energy required to treat waste."

The webinar series “Bioaugmentation and Energy Reduction at the Wastewater Treatment Plant" is scheduled to take place as follows:

August 7th – 11am Central
August 21st –11 am Central

For registration information please contact us.


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In-Pipe Technology:  About Us In-Pipe Technology: About Us

IPT Company Profile & Service Offering


Bioaugmentation Improves Waste Treatment Process Bioaugmentation Improves Waste Treatment Process

Influence of Bioaugmentation in the Sewer to Improve the Economics of Wastewater Treatment in a Full-Scale System


NYSERDA Report NYSERDA - In-Pipe Technology Project Final Report

NYSERDA final report detailing the impact of In-Pipe’s professional, green sewer collection system services on the energy consumption and cost reduction at two separate Suffolk County, NY wastewater treatment plants.