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Wastewater Treatment Reclamation

Overview:

Introduction:

Aging infrastructure. Increasing costs. Changing technologies. Protecting public health. Improving the water environment. These are among the many issues and opportunities challenging water reclamation – a vital $100 billion/year industry that includes wastewater treatment facilities, collection systems, and water resource recovery programs.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Learn to evaluate and apply the latest technologies and processes in water reclamation, and how to improve your own individual facilities, projects, and programs.
  • Improve your ability to communicate across multiple disciplines, including engineering, regulations, technology, operations, maintenance, finance, and management.
  • Gain insight into the trends and developments that will shape water reclamation in the 21st Century, and how your company and colleagues can tackle these challenges and opportunities.

Targeted Audience:

  • Operators of Wastewater Treatment Plants
  • Environmental technology university students and graduates.
  • Technicians from the private sector whose work is related to environmental technologies.
  • Local Authorities employees.
  • Elected Local Authorities representatives who are interested in environmental issues.

Course Outlines:

Unit 1: PRACTICAL MANAGEMENT ISSUES:

  • Management Issues.
  • Good Management Practices.
  • Good Operating Practices.

Unit 2: WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS:

  • Collection Systems - Municipal Industrial.
  • System Cleaning and Maintenance.
  • Underground Repair and New Construction.
  • Lift Stations.
  • Equipment Maintenance and Safety Issues.

Unit 3: CONVENTIONAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS:

  • Waste Treatment Ponds.
  • Racks.
  • Screens.
  • Comminutors.
  • Grit Removal.
  • Sedimentation.
  • Flotation.
  • Trickling Filters.
  • Rotating Biological Contactors.
  • Activated Sludge Plants.
  • Waste Treatment Ponds.
  • Disinfection and Chlorination.
  • Sludge Digestion and Solids Handling.
  • Plant Safety.
  • Plant Maintenance.
  • Laboratory Procedures and Chemistry.
  • Calculations - Analysis - Records.
  • Odor Control.
  • Activated Sludge and Support Systems.
  • Instrumentation and Waste Monitoring.

Unit 4: INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER:

  • Nature of Waste Water from different Industries.
  • Monitoring Techniques.
  • API Separators.
  • Conventional Industrial Treatment Systems.
  • Panic Ponds.
  • Chemical Treatment.
  • Customized Activated Sludge.
  • Petrochemical Waste Water - Special Considerations.

Unit 5: INDUSTRIAL MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER RECLAMATION STRATEGY:

  • The Problem.
  • The Systematic Study of the Problem.
  • The Pilot Plant Techniques.
  • Study for your Waste Water,
  • Preparing Chemical Resistant Activated Sludge.
  • Pilot Plant Results Analysis.
  • Scaling Up.
  • Design of Waste Water Treatment and Reclamation Plants.
  • Ion Exchange Softeners.
  • Finishing Treatment for Reclaimed Water.
  • Special Chemical Additives for particular reuse applications.
  • Monitoring and Operation of Reclamation Facilities.
  • Special Precautions, Problems, and Solutions with Reclaimed Water use.

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