Instrumentation and Control for Water & Wastewater Processes
After participating in this seminar you will be able to:
- Integrate operation and control needs
- Understand meaning of information from monitoring and control equipment
- Apply analytical and monitoring equipment data to optimize treatment processes
- Troubleshooting potential operational problems
- Avoid common errors in monitoring system selection and application
Effective control of water and wastewater treatment plants operation is essential to produce good potable water quality and protecting aquatic environment. This course will provide you with basic principles of integrating aquatic chemistry, treatment processes and instrumentation to design and operate water and wastewater treatment plants. You will get practical skills to efficiently apply available instrumentation into specific applications and learn about new technologies and trends in this area.
The course emphasizes integration of control systems with treatment processes requirements. It is geared specifically towards individuals in the industry and includes workshop problems to help you understand and improve your professional activities in designing and operating water and wastewater treatment plants.
- Water & wastewater treatment fundamentals
- Benefits of instrumentation & control
- Instrumentation & control in water/wastewater treatment processes
- Instrumentation & control strategy
- Selection of monitoring equipment & its location
- Interpretation of analytical & instrumentation monitoring data
- Troubleshooting & avoiding common errors
- New trends in water/wastewater treatment & control
Who should attend:
Water & Wastewater Professionals • Plant Managers & Operators • Consulting Engineers involved in Environmental Projects
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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.