Industrial Wastewater and Sludge Quality Management- Masterclass

Industrial Wastewater and Sludge Quality Management- Masterclass

25th – 26th Sep 2022

Online + Live Streaming

9:00 AM – 3:30 PM, GCC Standard time

Introduction

Process stages, including primary waste systems and sludge thickening, digestion, and dewatering are discussed in detail, covering design, operating, and management aspects related to these activities. Troubleshooting on anaerobic sludge digestion theory and practical operating routines are discussed. Emerging legislation applicable to sludge disposal and the promoting of beneficial sludge utilization are presented.

This course will feature:

  • Understanding of the entire sludge processing line
  • Understanding of health and environmental risks associated with sludge
  • Biological and chemical sludge – the difference
  • Anaerobic and aerobic digestion differences, design and operational applications
  • Mesothermic and Thermophilic digestion differences, design and operational applications
  • Why sludge thickening is important
  • The benefit of applying advanced anaerobic digestion processes
  • Identifying drivers for the beneficiation of sludge and utilization of biogas

Who should attend:

  • Consulting Engineers
  • Regulators
  • Plant Managers/Supervisors
  • Water Plant Operators
  • Environmental Managers
  • Technical Advisors
  • Reliability Engineers
  • Plant, Process
  • including Engineers
  • Senior Maintenance
  • Laboratory
  • Operations Supervisors or Foreman
  • Planning Engineers
  • Operations & Maintenance Staff
  • Mechanical Engineers/Managers
  • Utility Managers
  • Specialist Wet Services
  • Technology Owners
  • Maintenance Management

Purpose of the program?

The Water and Waste Management Program is designed for individuals employed by large industries and working in Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment and Solid Waste in the community. This program is also relevant for industry requiring Water and Wastewater Treatment. Courses have been developed to provide community works staff with the practical knowledge and skills needed to effectively perform in a Water, Wastewater and Solid Waste Management position.

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