This four-day course examines wastewater treatment/collection mathematics, preliminary treatment, primary treatment, secondary treatment, activated sludge processes, sludge treatment, solids disposal, wastewater hydraulics, pumps and components, wastewater hydraulics, wastewater collection operation and maintenance, backflow and cross-connection control, wastewater disinfection, and safety. Students will write the Class 2 provincial certification exams to meet the requirements of the Saskatchewan Operator Certification Board. Students must bring their own non-programmable calculator Registration closes two weeks prior to course start date. For more information, contact Richard Egroff at email@example.com or 306-691-8417
Prerequisites: Class I Wastewater Treatment and Collection Certification
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