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landfill engineering training

  • Air Permitting for Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Landfills

    This 1-day course is for landfill managers, engineers, and environmental professionals who are responsible for the permitting of landfill expansions, gas-to-energy (combustion) projects, and flare installations. Topics include the use of U.S. EPA’s LandGEM model for estimating LFG generation rates, best practices for determining the ...

    By Trinity Consultants based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA). from Industry-Specific Training line

  • Fracture Trace and Lineament Analysis - Application to Groundwater Characterization and Protection - Course

    This opportunity presents instruction in the skills of identifying bedrock type and mapping fractures and lineaments of stereopair aerial photographs and appropriate satellite images for investigative site analyses. Fracture trace and photogeologic analysis is a recognized field tool hydrogeologists, geoscientists, and engineers use for locating ...

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

  • Training

    The Society having recognized the manpower gap in the Waste Management Sector has developed two types of courses: Foundation Courses (six courses) and Specialisation Courses (seven courses). These courses are designed for two levels of man-power (management and vocational) within the industry. The training is conducted twice a year at three ...

    By Waste Management Society of Nigeria (WAMASON) based in Port Harcourt, NIGERIA.

  • Training

    As a leader in the development and application of GHG standards and protocols (ISO 14064 GHG Standards, WBCSD/WRI GHG Protocols) for quantification, validation and verification, and in response to the growing demand for highly technical GHG training, the staff at ClimateCHECK started delivering training courses in 2005.

    By ClimateCHECK based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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