Wastewater Management

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Wastewater is water that has previously been used and may contain oils, chemicals, food or sewage. A plant operator who works in a wastewater treatment facility may be responsible for replacing and maintaining systems that remove pollutants. Continue reading to learn about certifications and classes for aspiring wastewater treatment workers.

Curriculum Applied by NSDC Certification

Course Description

Wastewater is water that has previously been used and may contain oils, chemicals, food or sewage. A plant operator who works in a wastewater treatment facility may be responsible for replacing and maintaining systems that remove pollutants. Continue reading to learn about certifications and classes for aspiring wastewater treatment workers.

Course Objective

To understand the fundamentals of various treatment system design

To understand the applications of various treatment principles and concepts through assignments

To evaluate a scenario requiring water or wastewater treatment & draw an appropriate process flow schemes of the plants being evaluated.

Training Outcomes

Understand the basic fundamentals of various treatment system design

Easily comprehend various principles and concepts of wastewater treatment.

Evaluate appropriately any scenario requiring waste water treatment flow scheme.

Course Duration

40 Hours

Assessment:

Third Party Assessment –Written & Project presentation

Curriculum:

Approved by National Skill Development Corporation

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