University of Illinois Electric Utility Chemistry Workshop

June 2-5 | Hawthorn Suites | Champaign, Ill 

Now in its 35th year, this comprehensive program features state-of-the-art information on controlling corrosion, improving operation efficiency, and meeting environmental challenges in fossil- and nuclear-fueled power plants. This year’s program is geared toward improved training and continuing education of personnel responsible for electric utility cycle and environmental chemistry.

Visit our exhibition stand to learn more about our diverse portfolio of water treatment chemistries for corrosion control, microbiological control and scale control.
Our experts will be on hand to talk about Solenis’ suite of proprietary analyzers and controllers that allow for around-the-clock surveillance and control of process and water treatment programs. When used in conjunction with Solenis’ process and water treatment chemistries, these systems ensure the optimal performance of the treated system, minimizing water and energy costs, reducing downtime and providing long-term asset protection.

For more information about EUCW, please visit: www.conferences.illinois.edu/eucw