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Drinking Water Treatment - Principles and Practices

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After participating in this course, you will be able to do the following:

  • Characterize and identify water types
  • Match water types to treatment processes
  • Remove suspended solids, colloids, and dissolved and particulate organic matter using conventional water treatment systems
  • Select an advanced water-treatment process
  • Apply your knowledge to get the best water from your system

This course balances information about both conventional and advanced water treatment processes, focusing on standards related to drinking purposes. You will learn about contaminants present in raw waters, how they vary from source to source, the impact of these contaminants on the water, and how the water can be used and treated.

The course will explain how testing results can be used to optimize plant operation and troubleshoot problems.

Course Outline:

  • Hydrological Cycle and Water Characterization
  • Drinking Water Treatment: Conventional Treatment Technologies
  • Clarification & Filtration
  • Disinfection
  • Advanced Water Treatment
  • Membrane Technology
  • Ion-Exchange Technology
  • Adsorption Methods
  • Chemical Treatment
  • Monitoring and Controlling the Operation
  • Routine and Special Plant Activities

Who Should Attend
Facility & Utility Engineers• Consulting Engineers• Plant Managers • Chemical Technologists & Technicians • Plant Operating Personnel • Those Responsible for Capital Equipment Procurement • Anyone Involved in the Water Treatment Industry who Requires an Update on Drinking Water Chemistry & Treatment Approaches.

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  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
  • Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

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