Water & Wastewater Events

  • Computational Hydraulics 2018

    Computational Hydraulics is a field in which numerical methods are used to solve hydraulics problems. This course offers an in depth exposure to the solutions of flow and transport phenomena in rivers, estuaries or networks of channels and pipes with predominantly free surface flow. The main emphasis of the course is on understanding how methods of finite differences and finite volumes are ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Borehole Design, Construction and Operation 2018

    Correct design and long term maintenance of boreholes is critical to ensuring sustainable water supplies from groundwater. This course provides a detailed understanding of the principles and practice of borehole design and maintenance, including site selection, design, drilling, geophysical investigation, test pumping, and long-term maintenance. The focus is on water supply boreholes, although ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Modelling and Simulation of Transport Networks 2018

    Application of theory related to transport modelling as well as hands on experience of software packages play a major role when it comes to decision-making in transport planning and policy evaluation. This course will introduce you to a selection of current and potential future approaches for applying transport models to the real world based on the theories and processes covered in the course, ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Radon Mitigation Proficiency

    Boost Your Earning Potential By Expanding into the Field of Radon Mitigation! Through hands-on instruction, you will learn radon mitigation theory and the latest techniques used to diagnose and correct radon problems. You will leave the class with the know-how to design and set up a working radon mitigation system. This course will also prepare you to sit for national (either NRPP or NRSB) or ...


    NEW BRUNSWICK

  • Pond Design, Management and Maintenance

    This one-day class is meant for pond owners, pond managers, landscape architects, engineers … and anyone involved with the design, management or maintenance of ponds! It is structured to help you make the proper decisions regarding the appearance, function or up-keep of your pond. In terms of the long-term maintenance of ponds – whether constructed for stormwater, irrigation, fishing or ...


    HILLSBOROUGH

  • Petroleum in the Environment 2018

    This course provides an insight into the environmental problems associated with the production and use of petroleum and what can be done to ameliorate them. Topics covered include the sources and compositions of petroleum and naturally occurring hydrocarbons in the environment; polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, their origins, properties and effects; methods for measuring hydrocarbon toxicity and ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Groundwater Modelling 2018

    The Water Framework Directive and its daughter directive on groundwater place importance on the development of understanding of groundwater bodies and their interaction with the surface environment. Groundwater modelling plays an important role by bringing together conceptual understanding and quantitative data in a systematic framework to help understand and manage groundwater systems. The ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Software Training (GC-MS Solution)

    What will you learn on this course? The two-day Comprehensive GC-MS Software Training course introduces the Shimadzu GCMSsolution software for both instrument acquisition and data analysis. The course covers PC and data system installation, set-up and maintenance; an overview of GCMSsolution software; tuning methods; creating scan and SIM methods; sequences; qualitative and quantitative data ...


    MILTON KEYNES

  • Climate Change: Vulnerability, Impacts and Adaptation 2018

    This course provides in-depth understanding and hands on experience of using future climate scenarios from the UKCP09 and other international projections. The course can be tailored to specific sectors, and delegates may choose to specialise and attend: • Days 1-3: Impacts and vulnerability: methodology, application of climate scenarios, natural environment, water resources, sea level rise • ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Restoration Ecology: Using Mitigation and Sustainable Design Techniques to Reduce Stormwater Impacts and Increase Storm Resiliency

    This course is designed for ecologists, engineers, planners and landscape architects involved in the recovery of impacted river, lake, riparian, wetland and coastal environments. Drawing heavily upon real-world examples of Restoration Ecology in practice, Princeton Hydro, LLC staff will focus on the multi-disciplined recovery of degraded, damaged, or impaired ecosystems. Attendees will increase ...


    HILLSBOROUGH

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