AFS adds wastewater/water treatment and filtration to short course offerings

Dr. Wu Chen, education committee chairman for the American Filtration & Separations Society, announced the addition of a full-day advanced course "Wastewater/Water Treatment and Filtration" to its successful Filtration Basics Short Course (FBSC) program...

RICHFIELD, MN, Feb. 16, 2006 -- Dr. Wu Chen, education committee chairman for the American Filtration & Separations Society, announced the addition of a full-day advanced course "Wastewater/Water Treatment and Filtration" to its successful Filtration Basics Short Course (FBSC) program.

The full day course will be taught by industry leaders:
• Steve Constable -- DuPont Environmental Engineering Section,
• Dr. Ernie Mayer -- DuPont Delaware, and
• Vince Hamilton -- Westech Inc.

Topics in this full day course include: Classification and Selection Schemes, Setting Systems, Biological Treatment Processes and Sludge Management, Heavy Metals Removal Technologies, Wastewater Dewatering Equipment and Testing and Water Filtration Equipment and Treatment.

Wastewater/Water Treatment & Filtration and the rest of the AFS FBSC program will be offered in conjunction with the AFS Spring 2006 Conference on Monday May 9 at the Donald E Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL. CEU's will be awarded upon completion of the course.

With over 400 individual and corporate members, the AFS (www.afssociety.org) is the world's largest technical society for the Filtration and Particle/Separation Industry. In addition, AFS is the principal educator for industry suppliers, manufacturers and end-users. It's headquarters are in Richfield, MN.

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Also see: "AFS offering CEUs for Filtration Short Course Program attendees"

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