In this webinar, the speakers talk about what to do with the slurry created by drilling and sawing, its collection and its treatment for disposal.
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Part 1: Presentation
- What is IACDS?
- What is CSDA?
- Why do we do this webinar?
Part 2: Introduction
- What is the slurry?
- How is slurry generated?
- Why is water used in cutting and what are the benefits of cutting wet vs dry?
- What is a flocculant?
- What is a super absorbent?
- What are the TCLP test and landfill paint filter requirements?
- What filter options are available?
- What is slurry pH?
- What is important to consider about suspended solids and heavy metals in slurry?
Part 3: Slurry management
- What to do with the slurry of drilling and sawing?
- What tools and techniques can be used for the collection, handling, transportation and storage of slurry?
- How slurry should be contained at the workplace?
- How is the commercial hauling of wastewater and what are the risks?
- How has slurry management evolved in recent years?
- Who is responsible for the collection, handling and disposal or slurry?
- How we can contribute to environmental protection and risk avoidance through the management of slurry?
|Mr. Mark Critchfield
|Mrs. Erin O’Brien
|Date||May 13, 2021|
|Video||Recording of the webinar|
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|Conference book||Includes all the slides presented by the speakers|
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