Wastewater Lagoons and Ponds
After participating in this course you will be able to do the following:
- Understand physical, chemical, and biological factors that influence the efficiency of lagoons
- Assess design considerations for lagoons
- Develop practical solutions to common wastewater issues
Lagoons are used as a stand-alone technology for the treatment of domestic effluents, particularly in small and medium communities. Due to the simplicity of lagoons compared to activated sludge processes, lagoon operation relies on the basics of good design, proper operation, and maintenance.
This seminar covers the physical, chemical, and biological factors of lagoon efficiency; design considerations; operation and maintenance considerations; and, methods that help in upgrading lagoon effluents. You will also learn how lagoons can be used as polishing steps for removing nutrients such as phosphorus.
- Applications & Limitations of Lagoons
- Processes Occurring in a Wastewater Lagoon Flow patterns
- Lagoon Types, Design, & Performance
- Monitoring Lagoons
- De-sludging Lagoons
- Optimizing for Improved Effluent Quality
- Operational & to Reduce Costs
- Emerging Trends & Technology Needs
Who Should Attend:
Plant Managers Environmental Engineers in Private Sector Development Projects Manufacturing Plants Processing Plants Municipal Engineers Biologists Chemists Other Environmental Scientists Consultants Geologists Regulatory Personnel Compliance Officers
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Almost all of EPIC's seminars and webinars offer :
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
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