Water, Wastewater and Sewage Treatment Plant Design and Operation Expertise
Seán Moran (Principal Engineer of Expertise Limited) writes this occasional blog about his experiences.
Seán is a Chemical /Environmental Engineer who designs, commissions and troubleshoots sewage, industrial effluent and water treatment plant, provides process and hydraulic design, staff training, and expert witness services.
He is also the author of a number of books on process plant design and layout.
Another busy week, with expert witness work to do with food processing effluents, analysis of the results of a trial segregation of effluent at a laboratory facility, and the design of new clean utilities and clean in place systems at an overseas food manufacturing facility.
Also got a new enquiry to offer process support to a package effluent treatment plant manufacturer (one of the few good ones) It's all go...
Ive been busy again this week with issues to do with food, pharma and laboratory effluent treatment in the UK and Europe. I'm writing this on my way back from an expert witness appointment in the North of England. Misbehaving package plant, I've seen a lot of those...
I passed my viva this week for my PhD, though I doubt I will be called "Dr Moran" that often, we don't use titles that much in engineering practice, and I'm a practitioner, not an academic, even though I'll still be entitled to be called "Professor" for another year yet.
I'm really enjoying being back in engineering practice full-time. I wake up early every morning buzzing with ideas of how to design things better. I still love engineering after all of this time. It's a great career for those who love it.