Water Treatment Events

  • Guidance on Cross Connection Control Program Selection and Responsibilities

    Cross Connection Control programs using containment protection practices reduce the risk to the community from actual or potential contamination; however, internal backflow can occur because of cross connection at the point of use. In this webinar, risks and benefits of containment versus internal isolation programs will be assessed for hazard mitigation, and the responsibilities of both the ...


    ONLINE

  • Membrane Technology

    Join AWWA and AMTA to explore how the latest developments in membrane technology can enhance water reliability and quality. Each year the conference reveals new directions in water and wastewater treatment technologies, desalting and membrane bioreactor ...


    LONG BEACH

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Legionella Risk Assessment Of Water Systems - Basic - W015

    Managers, responsible persons, supervisory staff and anyone wishing to learn more about Legionnaires’ disease, basic legionella risk assessment, and the legal responsibilities. Firm grounding for those people wishing to become legionella risk assessors.  ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • Perfluorinated Compounds: Research & Treatment Part I

    In this webinar, the regulatory background on how and why the USEPA’s Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs) guideline was established is addressed. In addition, the research efforts concerning PFCs in our water systems is discussed. The treatment options for controlling PFCs in water are covered with particular focus on granular activated carbon (GAC) ...


    ONLINE

  • Dealing with Potential Water Quality Issues from Source Water and Treatment Changes

    The consequences of changing water sources has been receiving widespread media attention because of recent Flint, Mich., events. Although the events that led to the Flint situation were unique, unintended consequences in distribution systems because of water chemistry changes resulting from source or treatment changes have occurred before. This webinar helps shed light on the complexity of water ...


    ONLINE

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Legionella Risk Assessment In Cooling Systems - W018

    Owners of cooling systems, engineers and risk assessors that are considering extending their practice to include cooling systems, and water treatment chemists who wish to consider the risk assessment of these systems. NB: Delegates should have a good working knowledge of the background of legionella and Legionnaires’ disease; an understanding of relevant legislation; some knowledge of ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Foundation Course In Water Treatment Chemistry - W013

    New entrants to the industry with no chemical knowledge or background. People who require refresher training in secondary school chemistry and also those who need to refine their knowledge. Designed to take students back to ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • WMSoc Training Courses - Practical Risk Assessment - W024

    This is an advanced risk assessment course suitable for people with experience in legionella risk assessment or those who have attended a basic legionella risk assessment course. Candidates must have a good working knowledge of the microbiology, history and legislation related to the control of legionella. These aspects will not be covered in the formal instruction, however, supporting notes will ...


    STAFFORDSHIRE

  • Water Philippines Expo

    WATER PHILIPPINES 2017 CONFERENCE is the leading Water and Wastewater Conference designed to stimulate a forward thinking approach towards the 2017 theme “Water and Sanitation Solutions for a Better Future”. It provides an excellent forum for the exchange of information and ideas and sharing of experiences and best practices through research/case studies of invited experts and ...


    PASAY

  • Groundwater Assessment 2017

    This course provides participants with the background, understanding, and techniques to assess groundwater resources using a wide variety of information. Basic principles start from the point of geological mapping, which is re-interpreted using hydrostratigraphic classification to help to define hydrogeological units. Conceptual modelling approaches are used to interpret the boundary conditions ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

  • Environmental Engineering for Developing Countries 2017

    The course centres on addressing water and sanitation needs in developing countries, covering low cost engineering technologies as well as the crucially related social, economic, commercial and institutional issues, which are often not covered in traditional engineering training. In addition to formal lectures, guest speakers share their experience of the issues involved in working in developing ...


    NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE

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