Season’s Greetings from inCTRL Solutions and the Water & Energy Department at ifak. We wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday season and all the best for 2018. 2017 has been the most exciting and successful year so
The research group of George Wells at Northwestern University is conducting a bench-scale investigation of shortcut biological nitrogen removal (scBNR) processes integrated with enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) and has teamed up with inCTRL Solutions to model these processes and
inCTRL is getting ready for another busy WEFTEC. Below is an overview for WEFTEC.17: Friday Sept. 29: We have organized another of our own inCTRL Pre-WEFTEC Workshops. This year we selected “Data” as the main topic. We were able to
inCTRL’s Leiv Rieger is presenting at the Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO) Intelligent Wastewater Systems Seminar. Click here for the Full agenda:
Oliver Schraa of inCTRL Solutions presented a paper entitled “Process Control Systems at Water Resource Recovery Facilities: Use of Process Simulation to Assist with Controller Design and Tuning” at the recent 2017 ISA Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium. The paper was co-written by
inCTRL’s Leiv Rieger and Ivan Miletic spent two days at HRSD discussing advanced control solutions.
inCTRL Solutions started a research project with McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada and GE Water & Process Technologies on Thermophilic Pre-Treatment of Biosolids. This project is funded by the Southern Ontario Water Consortium (SOWC). http://www.sowc.ca/funding/approved-awt-projects Anaerobic digestion is an essential process
inCTRL is welcoming Jerome Remigio to its team. Jerome is an intern from McMaster University who is currently studying chemical and bioengineering. As part of his coop program, he will be working with inCTRL Solutions for the next 12 months.
We can proudly say that ICA2017 was a big success. The picture says it all: We had great discussions both on stage and during breaks, met old and new friends, and – last but not least – we had a