Design of Used Water Treatment Plant & Processes
Date: 25-27 Oct 2017
Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: Waterhub 80 Toh Guan Road East (Singapore)
Mr. Colin A. Newbery
|Full Course Fees||SGD 1,500.00|
|E2i Course fees subsidy||SGD 360.00|
|Nett Course fee after subsidy||SGD 1140.00|
The objective of this course is to equip water professionals with a comprehensive overall view of technical considerations and design on used water treatment, reuse and resource recovery. This course introduces the practical considerations, theories, design approaches and calculations. Participants will learn how to work out basic used water treatment processes and plant sizing.
This course will be useful to new design engineers, new and experienced water executives, professionals or managers who are responsible for managing used water systems. Participants should have at least 2 years experience in used water processes.
Topic 1 Design considerations for basic treatment requirements
Topic 2 General design concepts
Topic 3 Introduction to microbiology, biochemistry and biokinetics
Topic 4 Overall design considerations
Topic 5 Liquid treatment process units
Topic 6 Residuals Management and Treatment
Topic 7 Process Control and Monitoring
Topic 8 Operational considerations in design
For information on training courses, please contact SWA office: Ms. Cecilia Tan via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: (65) 6515 0812.