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Articles Authored by Dan Theobald / Published on “Wastewater Processing”

Articles Authored by Dan Theobald / Published on “Wastewater Processing”:


Recommendation by the Editor:

“We have enjoyed a wonderful relationship with Dan Theobald (AKA Wastewater Dan), who is a featured columnist for Processing magazine. He has written for our publication for more than three years and is a valuable contributor. The Process Flow Network and Processing teams are proud of our history with Dan and look forward to working together for many years.”

Lori Ditoro

Editorial Director at Process Flow Network, Editor-in-Chief, Flow Control & Water Technology

Also, Thanks to Lori and the entire Editorial Team for adding me to their Editorial Team: Dan Theobald is joining the editorial team with a column titled “Wastewater Wise,” a column with tips and best practices for handling and treating industrial wastewater. For current published articles, access from the list below and to examine the announcement from Grand View Media; Click “Wastewater Wise”.


Articles Published on “Water Technology” and “Wastewater Processing”:

“Water Technology”-(28 Articles):

-WT 28 -03/15/2017-Water Sourcing Challenges Associated With Hydraulic Fracturing:


-WT 27 -02/10/2017-Q&A State of Industrial Water:


WT 26 -02/14/2017-Experts Examine Water Management and Treatment Challenges:


WT 25 -02/18/2017-Aerated Activated Sludge Treatment Efficiency:


WT 24 -01/28/2017-Aerated Activated Sludge Basics:


WT 23 -11/21/2016-Discharge Permit Challenges:


WT 22– 10/30/2016-Identifying and responding to problems treating wastewater:


WT 21– 08/23/2016-Mitigating Health Hazards-Biological Wastewater Treatment:  


WT 20– 08/23/2016-InfoGraphicTackle-Wastewater Treatment Safety and Health Hazards:  


WT 19– 05/05/2016-Limits Page-Key to Discharge Permit Compliance:


WT 18– 03/03/2016-Concentrate on the concentrate:


WT 17– 08/06/2015-Troubleshoot BOD-Removal ith Physical Chemical Treatment:


WT 16– 03/10/2015-What is reverse osmosis and how is it best used?


WT 15– 02/27/2015-Ultrafiltration Processes in Industrial Wastewater:


WT 14– 01/08/2015-Chemicals used in Industrial Primary Treatment:


WT 13– 12/04/2014-Solids Separation Process Controls in Primary Treatment:


WT 12– 10/21/2014-What are the pH process controls for treating wastewater?


WT 11– 10/06/2014-Process controls for treating wastewater in the textile industry:


WT 10– 09/03/2014-Treating Wastewater in Pulp and Paper Industry:


WT 09– 06/23/2014-Microorganisms in activated sludge:


WT 08– 08/04/2014-Treating wastewater in the dairy industry:  


WT 07– 06/18/2014-Activated-sludge troubleshooting guidelines:  


WT 06– 05/30/2014-Overall process control of activated sludge:


WT 05– 05/05/2014-The measurement of suspended solids:


WT 04– 02/06/2014-Getting back to basics: What is pH?  


WT 03– 02/01/2014-Batch and continuous pH control-compare/contrast:  


WT 02– 09/05/2013-What are process controls for dissolved oxygen?


WT 01– 09/03/2013-Parameters for Extended Aeration Activated Sludge Systems:


“Processing Magazine & Flow Control Magazine”-(5 Articles):

P 05– 11/10/2016-How to Control, bacterial levels in Wastewater Treatment Plants:


P 04– 01/01/2016-Adequate Contact Time for Wastewater Treatment:


P 03– 04/06/2016-Remedial Work Required for Discharge Permits:  


P 02– 02/03/2016-Chemical Sludge Disposal-Doing it Differently:


P 01– 09/22/2015- 5 Key Future Trends of Water & Wastewater:


Daniel L. Theobald of Environmental Services-The Wastewater Wizard is known in the industry as “Wastewater Dan”!

Dan Publishes Articles as a service of Dan Theobald Water Institute, Division of Environmental Services, and coaches with his knowledge to conserve water use as follows:

  1. Execute Techniques to perform certain tasks without using Water
  2. Achieve the use off less water to complete same task
  3. Education on evaluating the need to even use water
  4. Master how to examine the overall result using less water
  5. Calculate your savings using less water

Dan L. Theobald operates under level “A” Physical/Chemical Wastewater Treatment Operator licensing, issued by The South Carolina Board of Environmental Certification. Current proof of good standing displayed here.