The Maryland Center for Environmental Training (MCET)

The Maryland Center for Environmental Training (MCET)

Clarification & Filtration Processes

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TRE 3617-05-11, All Categories, All Classes (Process)
7 hrs
Clarification and filtration processes, used in both water and wastewater purification, are necessary to meet final effluent or drinking water standards.  The following concepts will be covered in this course as they relate to clarification and filtration: design considerations such as: surface loading rates; overflow rates; backwash rates; operating pressures; and membrane pore size; operating principles; physical treatment and settling velocities; buoyancy and specific gravity; performance factors relative to influent; effluent; residuals; operational considerations;  normal operation upsets;  troubleshooting; chemical pretreatment and effluent quality; residuals relative to detention time; overflow rate; run-time; backwashing; and solids removal and handling procedures.

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