Course: Wastewater Treatment Processes and Technologies

Sep 24th, 2013Sep 26th, 2013
Madison, WI
USA

Website: http://epdweb.engr.wisc.edu/Courses/Course.lasso?myCourseChoice=P026

Course #P026
September 24-26, 2013
Pyle Center*, 702 Langdon Street, Madison, Wisconsin
Course Fee: $1245 / Discount Available

Benefits

Well-designed and operated wastewater treatment plants are of tremendous benefit to municipalities, industries, public health, and the environment. This unique course combines engineering principles, practical know-how, and useful case studies to help you improve your knowledge of wastewater treatment.

  • Taught by expert professionals in wastewater treatment
  • Includes fundamentals, current technologies, regulatory trends, costs, and lessons learned
  • Includes case studies, plant tour, and sample exercises to apply what youʼve learned
  • Includes reference textbook, Wastewater Treatment Plant Design, published by the Water Environment Federation
  • Instructor team includes Dr. Samuel Jeyanayagam; Mr. Steve Reusser, PE; Mr. Gil Hantzsch, PE; Mr. Ned Paschke, PE
  • See PDF course brochure for detailed agenda
  • And with appreciation to the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District
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