Water & Wastewater Treatment
We rely on modern methods of water and wastewater treatment to help prevent disease and to preserve our environment. TPC’s Water and Wastewater Treatment training series concentrates on water treatment in municipal plants. Course topics include: an introduction to water technology, maintaining equipment used in wastewater treatment, and the process for treating wastewater. These courses are most useful to those who are interested in water treatment on the community level.
Covers the nature, use, and properties of water. The course traces the history of water treatment methods from ancient times to today’s sophisticated systems. The effects of chemical and biological factors on the purity of water are explained.
Lesson 1 – Water: The Basic Resource
Lesson 2 – Water Collection, Treatment, and Distribution
Lesson 3 – Physical Properties of Water
Lesson 4 – Chemical Properties of Water
Lesson 5 – Biological Properties of Water
Covers the various stages of wastewater treatment. Goes into detail on the removal of solids, then explains the use of chemical and biological processes for water purification. Covers the treatment and disposal of the extracted solids.
Lesson 1 – Overview of Wastewater Treatment
Lesson 2 – Physical Separation of Solids
Lesson 3 – Chemical Treatment Processes
Lesson 4 – Biological Processes
Lesson 5 – Solids Treatment and Disposal
We rely on modern methods of water and wastewater treatment to help prevent disease and to preserve our environment. This course concentrates on water treatment in municipal plants. Therefore, it is most useful to those who are interested in water treatment on the community level.
Lesson 1 – Pumping Stations
Lesson 2 – Screening and Grinding Equipment
Lesson 3 – Grit Removal Systems
Lesson 4 – Sludge- and Scum-Collection Apparatus
Lesson 5 – Flow Measurement Devices