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Wastewater Treatment Systems Management Training, FOR COMPLETE COURSE DESCRIPTION CLICK HERE

Wastewater Treatment Systems Management Training covers how pollutants and contaminating constituents  such as organic wastes, suspended solids, bacteria, nitrates, and phosphates must be removed in order for waters to be used for drinking, manufacturing, farming, and other purposes.


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Learn about Wastewater Treatment Processes, designing and constructing facilities for treating wastewaters, role of environmental engineers including a variety of engineered and natural systems using:  physical, chemical, biological, and sludge treatment methods.

Learn about features of wastewater treatment systems that are determined by:

  • the nature of the municipal and industrial wastes that are conveyed to them by sewers
  • the amount of treatment required to preserve and/or improve the quality of the receiving bodies of water.
  • discharges from treatment plants usually are disposed by dilution in rivers, lakes, or estuaries.

Learn about the categories of wastewater treatment including:

  • Primary, secondary, and tertiary, or advanced
  • Minimum level of treatment required by secondary treatment
  • Tertiary or advanced wastewater treatment processes for removal of pollutants that are resistant to conventional treatment required to instal by but some cities and industries



Topics Include:

  • Characteristics of seawater and fresh water
  • Fundamental of thermodynamics of desalination
  • Conventional Treatment
  • Primary and Secondary Treatment
  • Tertiary Treatment
  • Sludge Processing and Disposal
  • Stormwater Treatment and Management
  • Separation Process
  • Membranes
  • Desalination Process
  • Introduction to thermal desalination
  • Electrodialysis: Concept, Designs, and Economics
  • Sustainability of desalination plants
  • Environmental impacts and economics of desalination plants
  • Environmental impacts
  • Conventional wastewater treatment
  • Preliminary processes
  • Primary settling to remove heavy solids and floatable materials
  • Secondary biological aeration to metabolize and flocculate colloidal and dissolved organics
  • Waste sludge
  • Ultimate disposal
  • Land application or landfilling
  • Preliminary treatment processes i
  • Coarse screening
  • Medium screening
  • Shredding of solids
  • Flow measuring
  • Pumping
  • Grit removal
  • Preaeration
  • Chlorination of raw wastewater
  • Settling characteristics of the solids
  • Sedimentation
  • Biological filtration operations
  • Biological secondary treatment processes
  • Effluent standards
  • Activated-sludge processes
  • Trickling filters
  • Rotating biological contactors
  • Tertiary wastewater treatment
  • Phosphorus removal


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