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High Strength Wastewater Class #0436
March 11 @ 8:00 am - March 12 @ 6:00 pm
This course is approved for sixteen (16) hours of Onsite Wastewater Continuing Education Credit by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. Registration through the Texas Onsite Wastewater Association.
The purpose of this course is to provide class participants with methods for troubleshooting systems by analyzing the sources for excessive hydraulic and organic loading. The class is designed for professional wastewater site evaluators, designers, installers, regulators, operation, maintenance and monitoring services providers.
Following topics are covered during the TWO DAY 16 Hours Class
1. Onsite/Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems Overview
2. Basic Wastewater Terms & Treatment
3. Hydraulic Loading and Examples
4. Organic Loading and Examples
5. Reviewing Treatment Trains
6. Evaluating Waste Sources – Residential Check list
7. Evaluating Waste Sources – Commercial Check list
9. Trouble Shooting and Water Quality Sample Analysis
10. Microscopic Evaluation of Treatment Systems
11. Flow management with equalization tank, pump and control system
12. High Strength Wastewater Malfunctions Evaluation and Management Options
13. Regulatory Guidance for High-Strength System Design: Chapters 285 and 217
14. Design Examples and Discussion
15. High Strength Challenges and Opportunities
16. Real World Examples and Discussion
1. Analyzing Wastewater Treatment Systems: Serving Residential and Commercial Facilities for High Strength and Hydraulic Loading. (BN-020)
2. PowerPoint Presentations Slides.
3. CD with Digital Copy of Extra Reference Reading Material and Calculation Spreadsheet.
Instructors – Dr. Anish Jantrania, Dr. June Wolfe; Texas A&M AgriLife.