Activated Sludge: Online Training Course
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Activated Sludge: Online Training Course

16/07/2020
When: Thursday, 16 July 2020
08.45 - 16.00
Where: Online

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Activated Sludge is part of the Secondary Treatment process of Wastewater Treatment and is a biological process using aeration and a biological floc composed of bacteria and protozoa.

This course has been designed for live on-line e-classroom delivery, for interactive learning, in order to increase the learner’s awareness in specialist subject matter areas. It is part of the wider training Programme for Water Professionals facilitated by Isle.

Who is this course for?

The course is designed for operators, managers, project managers, designers and optimisers and all those working in the wastewater sector to ensure that they are familiar with both the theoretical aspects as well as operational aspects. The course includes aspects of troubleshooting and operational conditions that may be prominent on site.

This course requires delegates to have a basic understanding of wastewater treatment processes. 

Course Outcomes

  • An understanding of the origins of activated sludge plants
  • An understanding of the Activated Sludge process
  • Advantages, disadvantages and alternatives to Activated Sludge
  • An understanding of the operational issues and troubleshooting

 

The Bigger Picture

Understand the importance of Activated Sludge in the wider context of Wastewater Treatment and its contributing benefits to energy-from-waste, climate change and economic impacts in relation to carbon tax.

 

To find out more and book your place, please visit the IWater website.

 

The Institute of Water (IWater) are a professional body licensed by the Society for the Environment to award Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) status.

Professional bodies licensed to award the Chartered Environmentalist registration:

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