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Performance of DAF Thickening for FOG Removal in Liquid Soap Manufacturing

Michael Smith, PE co-authored an article in Journal of the New England Water Environment Association entitled “Performance of DAF Thickening for FOG Removal in Liquid Soap Manufacturing.” A contract manufacturer of soap and skincare products in Vermont needed to reduce its fats, oils, and grease (FOG) load to the local wastewater treatment plant in Essex. To achieve that goal, the manufacturer turned to a pretreatment process technology, dissolved air flotation (DAF), to lower the FOG prior to discharge to the town’s wastewater collection system.

Danny Gant

Weston & Sampson Welcomes Danny Gant

Weston & Sampson welcomes Danny Gant as Senior GIS Analyst in our Greenville, South Carolina office. He has over 12 years of experience recently serving as a Senior Meteorologist and GIS Developer with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s National Weather Service.  Danny’s achievements include regional and national awards. A member of the Army […]

Welcome Russel Sternlicht

Weston & Sampson Welcomes Russell Sternlicht, PE

Weston & Sampson is pleased to welcome Russell Sternlicht, PE to the firm as our QA/QC Manager. After serving as a civil engineer working on stormwater management, commercial redevelopment, subsurface transportation, and other projects, he has since served as a Quality Assurance Manager in the engineering field. His experience includes streamlining the document review process […]