Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Licensed Professional and Certified Water Operators Training Course


Advance Industrial Wastewater Treatment Training Course



"With a worldwide focus on water quality and management, the fate of wastewater generated by industry is more important than ever.  This 3-hour interactive online course will review chemical, physical and biological treatment technologies for industrial wastewater and industrially impacted groundwater:

It is assumed that students already have a working knowledge of industrial wastewater treatment, either through their own experience or through taking the course 'Basics of Industrial Wastewater Treatment' also offered>.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end of each section. This course also includes Word document and Power Point Slide downloads.  You must have Flash Player Version 7 or higher to view some parts of this course. We also recommend you view this course in Internet Explorer.

Learning Objectives



Goals of the course are to introduce engineers and other professionals to the following technologies for industrial wastewater treatment:

  • Chemical Treatment
    • Neutralization
    • Oxidation/reduction
    • Precipitation
    • Coagulation/flocculation
    • Ion exchange
  • Physical Treatment
    • Air stripping
    • Carbon adsorption
    • Clarification
    • Filtration
    • Membranes
  • Biological Treatment
    • Microbial factors
    • Engineering factors
    • Reactors
    • Methods
Students who have successfully completed the course will then have a much better understanding of these technologies, and will be able to evaluate which may be applicable for their situation.  References for further study will also be provided. 
To learn more about this course and other courses, visit B.F. Environmental Consultants Online Education Portal

1 comment:

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