process water Training in Nebraska

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Physical Processes

by Cranfield University

Course overview: To gain an understanding of the design principles, practice and operational experience of conventional and novel physical separation processes.

Chemical Processes

by Cranfield University

Course overview: To gain an understanding of the design principles, practice and operational experience of conventional and advanced chemical treatment processes.

Water Processes - Advanced Professional Masters MTech

by Cranfield University

The Master of Technology - Advanced Professional Masters (MTech) qualification is an innovative model of  postgraduate study combining taught Masters study, company-based research, professional development and industrial experience. It has been designed to meet industry's increasing demand for high calibre professionals by balancing the teaching ...


QPswppp - Qualified Preparer of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (CP242)

by Stormwater ONE, LLC.

The 16.5-hour, Qualified Preparer of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (QPswppp) online credentialing program is comprised of six (6) courses and corresponding exams.

Water and Wastewater Treatment Principles

by Cranfield University

Course overview: To acquire general knowledge of the conventional unit operations employed in water and wastewater treatment, including the scientific engineering principles on which they are based.

Introduction to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)

by EPA Alliance Training Group (Baxter Communications Group)

This two (2) hour course provides each student with an overview of the major components making up the Safe water Drinking Act (SDWA) as it exists today. This course covers the history of drinking water regulation in the United States prior to SDWA's enactment, as well as an overview of SDWA's evolution up to and including the 1996 Amendments. The ...

Introduction to Potable Water Treatment

by Cranfield University

Course date: 14 Oct 2013 - 15 Oct 2013Course overviewTo provide an understanding of technologies used for the treatment of water for potable water supply.

Surface and Ground Water Hydrology

by Cranfield University

Course overview: This subject concentrates on the quantification of surface and groundwater hydrological processes. An understanding of rainfall, evapotranspiration, runoff, groundwater recharge, groundwater storage, and groundwater movement is essential for those involved in the science, engineering or management of the water environment. This ...

Biological Treatment Processes

by Texas Engineering Extension Service

In this 20-hour course, you will learn about environmental concepts of biological treatments, oxidation ponds and waste stabilization lagoons, trickling filters, rotating biological contractors, activated sludge and activated sludge process variations, and anaerobic digestion and its composition. Upon successful completion of this course, you will ...

Sampling and Process Control

by Texas Engineering Extension Service

Instructor will discuss acceptable methods and procedures for conducting routine sample collection, disinfection residual monitoring, coliform bacteria monitoring and system compliance inspections. Following the discussion, students will participate in hands-on exercises covering the above-specified activities.

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