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sludge processing training

  • Using the Microscope to Evaluate Process

    This workshop is hands-on and designed to review the proper phase contrast microscope operation, proper floc sizing and classifying, classifying protozoa/metazoa, filament abundance and identification and identifying other organisms seen in activated sludge. The microbiology will be related to process. Samples brought to class will be viewed and ...

  • Basic Wastewater Training Course

    This course introduces the student to wastewater processes, including, wastewater collection and flow, preliminary, primary, and secondary treatment. The course also covers disinfection through chlorination, hypochlorination, dechlorination and other disinfection alternatives. The student is also introduced to the types of micro-organisms found in ...

    By Colorado Rural Water Association (CRWA) based in Pueblo West, COLORADO (USA).

  • Extended Aeration System

    Extended aeration system is one of the most widely used biological treatments for sewage treatment. It is a process that uses suspended growth microorganisms to breakdown wastes. For this, the system consists of aeration/mixing settling, return of activated sludge and removal of biomass. A good understanding on the process control of an extended ...

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

  • Activated Sludge Operations Training Course

    This course is structured for operators and managers of activated sludge plants. It is operations oriented providing practical information to use in day-to-day operations. Using a practical approach, operating plants are used to relate actual operations during the discussion on the workshop topics. Participants will apply their newly gained ...

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