2021 Pre-Seminar Workshop #1 - The Real Foreman of Alberta: Lagoons to Collection Line Maintenance

CEUs

0.3 CEUs

Description

Increasing stress on treatment systems and the operators that run them are proving to be the norm across the industry as regulations increase. Wastewater treatment systems have issues from fat, grease and oil build up in collections lines to sludge mounds accumulating in lagoon cells to lift stations malfunctions, and incompliant discharge of treated effluent. Updates to permits are changing treatment requirements, increasing the level of efficiency required before discharge. National movements are pushing to add additional parameters to permits to remove other nutrients of concern. In order to manage and maintain a
functional and effective wastewater treatment system proven techniques and system enhancements are vital to achieve the optimal level of treatment required. Obtaining the council and direction from seasoned town foreman with insight on new and traditional methods to tackle challenges, solve system failures and reach regulated treatment permits will provide valued lessons and needed training.

Presented by Jonathan Lee, Acti-Zyme Products Ltd and additional operators as co-presenters.

Prerequisites

NOTE: You must complete all THREE hours of the online session to receive CEUs. Attendance will be monitored through the webinar software.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:
This session will use GoToWebinar software. Please check your receipt or invoice upon checkout for your Registration Confirmation that includes the link to complete your setup on this program. This MUST be completed prior to the session date. A link to join the webinar will be sent out after that.

Delivery Formats

There are no available options for this course at this time - please contact .

Cost

$75