Communal Wastewater Systems
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- discover the complexity of wastewater treatment and the need to involve regulatory personnel, competent design engineers, and have an appreciation for the whole task.
- develop alternative ways of accomplishing the end result and gain an insight into the reasons why different engineers recommend different systems and processes
- question the rationale of the engineering proposals with the knowledge gained from this course
- operate the systems as the owner in the designed manner and do the necessary reporting to the authorities.
The continued efficient operation of community’s wastewater systems without detrimental environmental impact is a growing concern for wastewater system owners. With limited funds available to the owners as well as regulatory agencies, the task of on-site sewage treatment and disposal is becoming increasingly difficult. This seminar addresses issues regarding the legislative framework, technology, and operation of wastewater systems in view of enhancing their efficiency.
In addition to conventional systems, this seminar will address large subsurface sewage disposal systems such as those serving groups of buildings, recreational parks etc.
- Assessment of Participants of Wastewater Knowledge by Way of a Sample Test
- Legislative Framework in Canada
- Wastewater Properties and Characterization
- Treatment Theory and Practice of Stand Alone Technologies
- Overview of Solid-Liquid Separation
- Principles of Waste Treatment OptimizationWaste Treatment Technologies for
- Carbonaceous and Nutrient Removal
- Large Surface and Subsurface Sewage Disposal Systems
- Overview of Solids Disposal
Who Should Attend
Owners • Designers • Operators of Wastewater Systems Associated with Stand-Alone Facilities & Municipal Personnel Responsible for Enforcing Regulations
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Almost all of EPIC's seminars and webinars offer :
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
These course credits will help attendees earn training requirements for their associations or provincial governing bodies.