Emerging Water Treatment Technologies: An AIChE Web Forum

Originally delivered Jun 14, 2011
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Clean water is an essential resource for all life and economic activity. Yet it is becoming increasingly scarce as populations and economies grow. Join the experts and dive into current issues in the science and technology of water treatment.

This AIChE Web Forum gives you an up-to-the-minute overview of water issues and technology including:

• Burgeoning global water demand and its implications
• Emerging technologies in water reuse and disinfection
• Applying existing technologies to aging water infrastructure
• Developing business models that work across unique local markets

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Nancy White

Nancy White is the general manager of the water services product lines, chemical & monitoring solutions – water & process technologies for GE Power & Water.  In this role, she is responsible for leading the cooling, boiler, wastewater, fuels & combustion and membrane chemical product line strategy globally.

She joined GE (as Betz Dearborn) in 1987 in a commercial sales role.  Nancy continued in commercial positions of increasing responsibility for the next 15 years.  Beginning in 2002, Nancy expanded her overall contributions to GE by becoming certified as a Six...Read more



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