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Well Water Monitoring training for Monitoring and Testing

  • Field Equipment Decontamination Procedures Training Courses

    It is a common practice to use a variety of field equipment that travels from well to well during a ground-water sampling event. Portable equipment such as water-level gauges, flow cells, analytical instruments and multi-parameter sondes are examples of some equipment that is used in each monitoring well, even in situations where dedicated pumps are used. And, of course, where portable pumps are ...

    By The Nielsen Environmental Field School based in Las Cruces, NEW MEXICO (USA). from Complete Groundwater Sampling E-Course Training line

  • Groundwater Monitoring Well Development Training Courses

    The well is installed, the surface completion is finished but the well is still not ready to sample. Development is a critical step following construction of monitoring wells that is often short-changed or, sometimes, not implemented at all when new wells are installed at a site. This can result in a detrimental impact on the ability of the new well to yield representative ground-water samples ...

  • Selection and Operation of Groundwater Purging & Sampling Devices Training Courses

    There are a lot more useful and appropriate purging and sampling device options available than the bailer! Learn what types of sampling devices are appropriate for a variety of analytical parameters, and which devices should never be used for some parameters. This series of 2 modules provides a detailed discussion of a wide range of devices available for purging and sampling ground-water ...

    By The Nielsen Environmental Field School based in Las Cruces, NEW MEXICO (USA). from Complete Groundwater Sampling E-Course Training line

  • FREE Seminars

    FREE Educational Seminars for Realtors, Home Inspectors, BOH Agents and Homeowner's. What you should know about Private Drinking Water Wells The EPA estimates that more than 21 million American households rely on private well water systems to provide their families with their drinking water? Here in New England, approximately 2.3 million people, or 20% of New Englanders have wells. In Maine, New ...

    By Environmental Testing and Research Laboratories, Inc based in Leominster, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • Design and Construction of Wells - Course

    A well is more than a hole in the ground that is used to produce water or for monitoring water quality. Each well needs to be designed and constructed to meet the unique aspects of the hydrogeologic environment and the purpose for which it is intended. The purposes range from obtaining thousands of gallons per minute from a heterogeneous sand aquifer to monitoring for contaminants in a fractured ...

    By National Ground Water Association (NGWA) based in Westerville, OHIO (USA).

  • Basic Wastewater Analysis

    The workshop is designed to teach proper analytical techniques in two major areas associated with the measurement of non-potable/ wastewater. These areas are colorimetric chemistry, COD and BOD. Explanation and examples of calculations for BOD by the dilution and respirometric methods will be given. The course objectives will be met by presenting test theory, incorporating practical applications ...

    By The Malaysian Water Association (MWA) based in Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.

  • Protect Water Quality

    Water quality depends upon well-defined water quality standards and criteria, consistent and well-constructed monitoring and evaluation programs, and a legal framework that produces effective incentives to control public and private activities that may result in water pollution and the degradation of aquatic ...

    By Environmental Law Institute (ELI) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from Water Resources Program Training line

  • Bloodborne Pathogens Training Course

    This course provides training as required by OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030). Material covered in the course includes definitions of bloodborne pathogens, modes of transmission, universal precautions, engineering and work practice controls, exposure control plans, hepatitis B vaccinations, and other information needed to ensure worker safety. This course can be used as ...

    By Eduwhere based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Safety Courses Training line

  • Optimizing Monitoring Well Placement Training Courses

    One of the most challenging questions faced at the start of a ground-water monitoring program is “what are the most effective locations for this site’s ground-water monitoring wells and well screens?” This in-depth series of 5 separate modules addresses all of the myriad elements that must be evaluated to answer this seemingly simple question. Field videos are included within ...

    By The Nielsen Environmental Field School based in Las Cruces, NEW MEXICO (USA). from Complete Groundwater Monitoring E-Course Training line

  • Bloodborne Pathogens and Infection Control for Tattooing and Body Piercing

    This course provides training as required by OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29CFR 1910.1030). Material covered in the course includes definitions of bloodborne pathogens, modes of transmission, universal precautions, engineering and work practice controls, exposure control plans, hepatitis B vaccinations, and other information needed to the safety of the tattoo artist or body ...

    By Eduwhere based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Safety Courses Training line

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