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Civil & Construction Engineering


Best Practice In Sewage & Effluent Treatment Technology: Process, Theory, Maintenance Operation


  REF: CE22  DATES: 3 - 7 Sep 2018  (One Week)  VENUE: Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)-Grand Millenium Hotel

Overview:

The quality of groundwater used cannot be compromised any longer and the servicing requirements of on-site sewerage disposal Systems cannot be ignored. With limited funds available to you - the private owner or regulatory agency that have responsibility for inspection, the task of on-site sewerage treatment and disposal is becoming very difficult. With limited funds available to the owners we Believe this workshop will help you to install an effective system. You will learn numerous tips and tricks throughout the workshop to make it very practical and relevant to your applications.

objective:

Maintain and troubleshoot waste water treatment systems??
  • Understand the different waste water treatment systems available
  • Understand National and local legislatation??
  • ??Apply knowledge of the latest technologies and best practice

Who Should attend:

  • Municipal Planners
  • Sewerage Operators
  • Municipal Engineers
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Anyone responsible for managing and operating sewerage?? treatment facilities
  • Maintenance Engineers, Technicians??and Staff
  • Plant Engineers
  • Operation, Maintenance, Inspection and Repair Managers,Supervisors and Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers and Technicians
  • Design Engineers

Out Lines:

INTRODUCTION
PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS -PROVINCIAL AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
  • Economic, social and environmental goals of plannin
  • Environmental assessment
  • Need for health and safety
  • Factors in preparing municipal plans
  • Protection for stepped up demand
WASTE WATER FUNDAMENTALS
  • Basic terminology
  • Contaminant considerations
  • Biological, phosphorous, ammonia
  • Pathogens
  • Effluent objectives
  • Alternate discharge options
  • Receiving water capacity-provincial water quality objectives
  • Surface discharge
  • Subsurface discharge
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
  • Collection of sewerage
  • Aerobic and anaerobic treatments
  • Critical design parameters for communal sewerage treatment systems
TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
  • Suspended solids removal
  • BOD removal
  • Nitrification and denitrification
  • Phosphorous reduction
TREATMENT SYSTEMS
  • Conventional Septic Tank
  • As the treatment system
  • Enhanced septic tanks
  • As a primary for other bioreactors
  • Bioreactors
  • Fixed film
  • Rotating
  • Suspended
  • Batch
  • Filters-sand, peat, stone, synthetics
  • New technologies targeting specific contaminants
RECIRCULATING SAND FILTERS YEAR ROUND TREATMENT
  • History experimental design
  • Construction
  • Operation
SUBSURFACE DISCHARGE
  • Filter bed
  • Shallow trench
  • Leaching bed
  • "Constructed wetland"
  • Recycle, reuse
DIRECT DISCHARGE
  • Stream assimilative capacity
  • Mixing zone
  • Disinfection
BIOSOLIDS DISPOSAL
  • Hauled waste
  • Compost
  • Lime stabilization
MANAGEMENT OF COMMUNAL WASTE WATER SYSTEMS
  • Regular monitoring
  • Long term satisfactory performance
FINANCIAL AND LEGAL ISSUES
  • Funding sources
  • Approval process
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Municipal and owner liability
DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF YOUR OWN SYSTEM
  • Simple design rules
  • Implementation of your system
  • Tips and tricks
  • The Thirteen Golden Rules of working with Waste Water systems
COURSE DATES
3 - 7 Sep 2018
COURSE Duration
One Weeks
COURSE REF
CE22
VENUE
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
Address
Grand Millenium Hotel