Water Sampling Training

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Wastewater Laboratory

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

Learn about laboratory safety and the laboratory equipment. Gain knowledge in chemistry, biochemical oxygen demand, dissolved oxygen, quality assurance, and flow measurement and sampling. Hydrogen ion concentration, chlorine residual, solids, ammonia, and records and reports will also be discussed. Upon successful completion of this course, you ...

Storm Water Regulations - Webcast

by Environmental Resource Center     based in Cary, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Learn how to comply with the industrial and construction storm water management regulations at this five-hour webcast. In addition to receiving an overview of storm water regulations, you will learn how to obtain a permit for storm water discharges, which permits are available to you, how to develop an effective SWPPP for your facility, and how to ...

Intermediate Wastewater Laboratory

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

This course is a comprehensive hands-on training of EPA- and TCEQ- acceptable methods for the analysis of raw and effluent wastewaters. Course is taught in a safe laboratory facility utilizing modern analytical instrumentation and apparatus. Students are guided through procedures and will perform various hands-on analyses of samples and standards. ...

Intermediate Water Laboratory

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

This course offers comprehensive hands-on training of EPA & State acceptable methods for the analysis of raw and treated water. Course is taught in a safe, laboratory facility utilizing modern analytical instrumentation and apparatus. Students are guided through procedures and will perform various hands-on analyses of samples and standards. ...

Storm Water Industrial Activities Qualified Personnel Training

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

EPA Storm Water NPDES requirements and the TCEQ TPDES General Permit for Industrial Activities both make reference to 'qualified personnel' as personnel provided by the permittee who are familiar with the SWP3, perform inspections, and are qualified to properly gather and evaluate information that is required to be submitted (sampling and ...

NWETC - Collecting and Handling of Water Samples for Trace Metal Analysis

by Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC)     based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA)

This course is designed for anyone collecting ambient water samples for the analysis of low-level total and dissolved mercury and other trace metals, as well as various metals species (including methylmercury and inorganic arsenic species). This one-day course will include a half-day in a classroom with lectures covering the circumstances in which ...

Sampling and Process Control

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

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.

Taste and Odor Control

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

Learn the causes of taste and odors, which algae is found in Texas waters, sampling techniques, concentration and preservation. Identify algae and learn to count, record and see laboratory examinations of organisms. You will be issued 20 hours of training credit by the TCEQ upon successful completion of this course.

Identification of Microorganisms

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

You will learn about basic use of a microscope, collection of samples and the classification of microorganisms, algae and protozoa. What are the higher-level organisms and how do they affect the biological treatment process? You will be issued 20 hours of water credit and 20 hours of wastewater credit by the TCEQ upon successful completion of this ...

CESCL: Erosion and Sediment Control Lead Re-Certification

by Northwest Environmental Training Center (NWETC)     based in Issaquah, WASHINGTON (USA)

This exciting course examines the most up-to-date techniques in the management of sediment and construction sites. Students who complete the course will receive a Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) card, good for three years. CESCL certification is required in the state of Washington by the Washington State Department of Ecology ...

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