Connect with Avista at SWMOA 2021
Advantages and Disadvantages of Techniques for Troubleshooting Biological Fouling in Membrane Systems
Thursday, November 4
Session Time: 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Session 7: Lessons Learned
Don’t miss the opportunity to play detective and Identify the Mystery Foulant and earn a chance to win Apple AirPods.
Visit the Avista Booth 303 to enter.
Connect with Avista membrane treatment solutions experts to discuss your path to Membrane System Optimization. Schedule an in-person meeting with an Avista expert while at SWMOA.
Application & Sales, West USA
Raul Gonzalez is a technical support engineer at Avista Technologies, providing application support for customers in the United States, Latin America, and Asia. After completing his bachelor’s degree from Cal Poly Pomona in Civil Engineering, Raul participated in the Orange County Water District internship program focused on regulatory and water production. In this role, Raul gained hands-on experience with operations and maintenance of an indirect potable reuse facility. Today, Raul is a certified treatment operator in the State of California, an active member of the National Civil Engineering Honor’s Society (Chi Epsilon), a student member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and pursuing his master’s degree in Environmental Engineering.
Application and Sales, West USA
Rob Goodlett provides Application and Sales for Avista Technologies, Inc. in the United States Western Region. More than 35 years ago he began building reverse osmosis systems to meet the high purity standards required by the electronics industry in Silicon Valley. Rob progressed into system installation and start-up, technical support service and troubleshooting for reverse osmosis systems and upstream pretreatment equipment. Rob’s expertise encompasses both practical and technical knowledge of membrane separations systems, with expertise in all areas of chemical application and system analysis for commercial, industrial, and municipal RO systems.