EnviroTech – Transforming Wastewater Treatment with TOC Monitoring

Organic load is one of the most important parameters for discharge control of municipal and industrial wastewater. Permissible limits are guided through regulations and must be monitored accordingly. However, further opportunity to optimize plant performance exists by monitoring organic loading in upstream treatment processes.

The use of on-line controls allows limit values to be adhered to, products to be saved, and plants to be protected against unforeseen events. Total Organic Carbon (TOC) is the most suitable parameter to measure organic load. The use of TOC analysis offers shorter measuring cycles without hazardous waste and is better suited for on-line analysis compared to conventional methods such as COD or BOD.


What you’ll learn

  • Differences between TOC, BOD and COD, and why TOC is more suitable for on-line control
  • Differences in TOC technologies
  • How TOC can help optimize your plant
  • Examples and case studies of how TOC can be utilized


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Driving Quality with Real-time TOC Data in Food & Beverage

The Food and Beverage industry is constantly faced with demands to meet product quality and production goals. Some of the challenges to this include product recalls, equipment maintenance, and meeting compliance, all of which may be impacted by water quality. Product contamination tops the list of reasons why product recalls occur and errors during the process can be very costly. Water quality monitoring helps mitigate the risks of contamination, product loss, and costly fines. Join this webinar to find out how monitoring for organics by specifically using Total Organic Carbon (TOC) can help your F&B facility achieve production and quality goals.


What You’ll Learn

  • What is TOC?
  • Areas that can benefit from TOC monitoring in your Food & Beverage facility
  • TOC compared to other monitoring methods
  • TOC monitoring solutions



Melvyn Lam, APAC Application Specialist for the Sievers* instrument product line by SUEZ

Melvyn Lam is the APAC Applications Specialist for SUEZ. He has 12 years’ experience in engineering and offering application support for industrial and environmental markets. Most recently he served as the APAC Application Specialist supporting business growth in Pharmaceutical and Industrial markets for a cartridge filter device company. Melvyn holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and a Masters in Science, Management of Technology.

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Cleaning Validation – A Beginner’s Guide to Increasing Efficiency with TOC

Join our webinar which will guide you through efficiency gains with TOC for cleaning validation. We call it a ‘beginner’s guide’, but this webinar will benefit long-time TOC users as well as those new to using TOC for cleaning validation. We will cover step-by-step the ‘what, why, and how’ for gaining efficiency and getting the most out of TOC for cleaning validation.

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TOC and Conductivity Analysis: Back to Basics

This webinar is designed to get back to basics as a refresher for seasoned users or as an introduction for those new to total organic carbon (TOC) and conductivity analysis, USP <643>, and USP <645>.

Join this interactive discussion to learn practical tips for day-to-day use of TOC for compendial water testing and cleaning validation.Total organic carbon (TOC) and conductivity analysis can be used in a variety of applications and are very useful in assessing cleanliness, water quality, and process performance.

It is compulsory for manufactures to abide by the regulations for TOC and conductivity, however, not all end users understand how the technology works and why it is important. In this webinar we’ll cover the basics and provide quick tips for success from the user’s perspective.


This webinar will cover:

  • Regulations: Understanding USP <643> Total Organic Carbon, USP <645> Conductivity, data integrity, and regulatory expectations for cleaning validation
  • Basic principles of TOC and conductivity: Overview of Sievers technology and applications
  • Data analysis: What story are the data telling?
  • Best practices, troubleshooting, and quick tips
  • Data integrity and validation


Who should attend:

  • QA & QC personnel
  • Validation personnel
  • Operations personnel


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