Innovations in LFG Wellhead Flow Measurement and Control
Managing your LFG wellfield is never just about one thing. Maintaining high quality gas and maximizing the gas flow while keeping air leaks out can be a challenge. Managing the wellfield also means staying in compliance, controlling odors, and even gas impacts on groundwater samples. It can be a real balancing act to meet all these requirements.
Thursday, June 18, 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. EDT
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▼ Low-Flow Groundwater Sampling - Latest Research and Equipment Options 1-22-15
▼ Trends in Groundwater Sampling: A Comparison of Groundwater Sampling Methods 11-25-14
▼ The Power Pro ESP™ Electric Low-flow Sampling Pump 4-22-14
▼ Low-Flow Groundwater Sampling: Proper Application and Use 1-16-14
▼ Best/Worst Practices for Soil VOC Sampling 4-16-15
▼ Managing Landfill Liquids to Maximize Landfill Gas Collection 5-21-15
▼ Part 1: Designing Air-Powered Pumping Systems for Remediation and Landfills 4-9-15
▼ Part 2: Troubleshooting and Maintenance of Air-Powered Pumping Systems 4-30-15
▼ Choosing the Right Air-Powered Pump for Your Landfill Application 12-18-14
▼ Innovations in Landfill Gas Well Flow Measurement and Control 3-10-15
▼ Maximize Wellfield Efficiency with LFG Wellhead 4-30-14
▼ Take Control of Your Landfill Gas Wellfield 3-11-14
▼ Operation of QED's LFG Orifice Plate Wellhead 10-1-13
▼ Mini Webinar Part 2: Air Stripping System Design 3-26-15
▼ Mini Webinar Part 1: The Air Stripping Process 2-19-15
▼ Part 2: Air Stripping Advanced Topics 8-7-14
▼ Part 1: Introduction to Air Strippers for VOC Removal 7-24-14
▼ 5 Benefits - Process Improvements of Pre-treating with Air Strippers 4-17-14
▼ VOCs and Beyond: The Versatility of E-Z Trays for Drinking Water Treatment 7-3-13
▼ Versatile VOC Removal for Demanding Applications 5-30-13
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About the Presenters:
David Kaminski is Senior Vice President of QED Environmental Systems and is a frequent presenter on pumping technology to industry organizations, universities, and regulatory agencies worldwide.
Brad Peake is the New Products Manager at QED Environmental Systems. He has more than 25 years of experience as a Product Manager and Application Specialist, and heads QED's development efforts in the area of landfill gas measurement and flow control.
Dave Fischer is Vice President of Technology at QED Environmental Systems and has led QED’s process group for over 15 years. He has given many presentations on groundwater remediation and sampling in both academic and sales settings.