Webinar | Discover how to reduce OPEX in your wastewater plants with Alfa Laval’s decanter innovations and service offerings
Wastewater treatment is important in reducing the environmental footprint, by maximizing reuse of water and minimizing the operational costs to run the plants.
And we have the solutions for you. We are here to help you to lower your operational cost while achieving sustainability in your business.
4 February 2021, Thursday
2.00pm - 3.00pm GMT+7 - Time in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Philippines
3.00pm - 4.00pm GMT+8 - Time in Malaysia and Singapore
In this free webinar, you will learn about:
• Ways and means on how to reduce your operational cost with our improved and upgraded decanter designs
• Ensure optimal performance of your decanters with our local service offerings
About the speakers:
John Joyce is a Global Technology Business Development Manager in Alfa Laval who focuses on water and waste elements in South East Asia and Oceania. He holds an Instrumentation and Mechatronics Degree from The Open University and has been with Alfa Laval for 31 years with massive experience and knowledge in decanter business and technology under his belt.
Connect with John Joyce on LinkedIn
Ray Tan received his Degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering from Liverpool John Moores University. He is responsible for water and waste water business in South East Asia and has been with Alfa Laval for 7 years. With more than a decade of experience in the water and waste water industry, he is actively developing solutions to cater to the industry’s everchanging needs on water processes.
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Ong Toon Wei
Ong Toon Wei graduated from University of Technology, Malaysia in Chemical Engineering and he also holds an MBA from University of Strathclyde. He has been with Alfa Laval for 12 years, and he is an expert in palm oil technologies and processes. Connect with Ong Toon Wei on LinkedIn
Who will benefit from this webinar:
- Water & waste water industries' consultants, contractors, end users and authority bodies