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Water Standards training for Water and Wastewater

  • BPEC: Unvented Hot Water Course

    This learning package has been developed by BPEC to help plumbers to update their knowledge of this important legislation which is used to control the installation and use of unvented systems; have an understanding of the unvented hot water systems; bring participants up to a standard where they can attend a one day training and assessment course. ...

    By Ecogrid Ltd based in Wallasey, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Environmental Risk Analysis Course

    This webinar will provide examples to equip the CCA to evaluate N and P management systems using water quality vulnerability assessment tools for site-specific nutrient planning; evaluate the effect of changing management strategies on risk assessment outcomes and potential N and P loss; compare soil, topography, geography and watershed ...

    By Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) based in Madison, WISCONSIN (USA). from Environmental Risk Analysis Course Training line

  • Clarification & Filtration Processes

    TRE 3617-05-11, All Categories, All Classes (Process) 7 hrsClarification 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 ...

    By The Maryland Center for Environmental Training (MCET) based in La Plata, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Doing Business in China - EHS Regulations

    As the fastest growing economy in the world, China is rapidly developing new EH&S requirements to deal with increasing concerns on various EH&S aspects. With operations in China since 2006, Trinity developed this course to serve U.S. companies with interests in China. This ½-day course provides an overview of EH&S regulations in ...

    By Trinity Consultants based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA). from Doing Business in China - EHS Regulations Training line

  • Basic Water Works Course

    This course introduces the student to the relationship between potable drinking water and health, and the important role the water operator plays in maintaining a safe and ample supply of drinking water. An overall view of the water cycle is presented together with a general description of the responsibilities of water utility personnel and the ...

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

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