Workshops for Water & Wastewater Operators

Water

21st Century Membrane Technology in the Water and Wastewater Process

Description

This program looks at the use of membranes in water and wastewater treatment process. 1st, we will define a typical membrane, then, look at the types of membrane processes and applications for use in both water and wastewater. See why membranes are fast-becoming accepted technology to achieve super water quality in today’s fast-paced regulation driven enhanced treatment. See how membranes may be the “Best Available Technology” for enhanced nutrient removal in treated wastewater effluents. Finally, we’ll explore how membranes are manufactured and see what drives the selection process and their applications.

Learning Objectives

  • Operators will be able to explain what a typical membrane system is and describe the difference with traditional particle filtration.
  • Develop a working understanding of reverse osmosis and be able to define a basic working RO membrane function.
  • Describe membrane technology applications in both water and wastewater with a particular eye membrane selection, operations, and potential costs.

Please Note!

The Ohio EPA now requires all attendees to have their Core Person ID Number with them to sign in on the day of attendance. Certification of attendance to the Ohio EPA cannot be sent without this number.

Workshop Details

  • Instructor — Mike Harrington, C.E.T.
  • Ohio EPA approval number — OEPA – B552580 – OM

Barnesville Class

  • SSCC course number — ENRC 6190 ZO1
  • LocationAlbert S. George Youth Center (130 Fair St., Barnesville, OH 43713)
  • Date — Tuesday, March 21, 2017
  • Time — 8:30am – 4:00pm (one hour lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon)
  • Total Hours — 7.5 Hours, 6 Contact Hours
  • Cost — $125 (continental breakfast, lunch and break refreshments will be included in price)
  • Contact — For more info, contact Russ Brewer at 937.695.9002

North Canton Class

  • SSCC course number — ENRC 6190 ZO2
  • LocationNorth Canton Dogwood Shelter (241 7th St. NE, North Canton, OH 44720)
  • Date — Thursday, March 23, 2017
  • Time — 8:30am – 4:00pm (one hour lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon)
  • Total Hours — 7.5 Hours, 6 Contact Hours
  • Cost — $125 (continental breakfast, lunch and break refreshments will be included in price)
  • Contact — For more info, contact Russ Brewer at 937.695.9002

Hillsboro Class

  • SSCC course number — ENRC 619 ZO1
  • LocationHighland County Water Company (6696 U.S. Route 50, Hillsboro, OH)
  • Date — Wednesday, April 19, 2017
  • Time — 8:30am – 4:00pm (one hour lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon)
  • Total Hours — 7.5 Hours, 6 Contact Hours
  • Cost — $109 (continental breakfast, lunch and break refreshments will be included in price)
  • Contact — For more info, contact Russ Brewer at 937.695.9002

Registration

To register contact Kim Fitzpatrick at 800.628.7722 x4684 or kfitzpatrick@sscc.edu. or mail to:

  • Kim Fitzpatrick
  • 1850 Davids Drive
  • Wilmington, OH 45177

*Once registered, you will be contacted for arrangements to pay. Cancellations must be received seven days prior to workshop date. For help with registering, please contact Kim Fitzpatrick at 800.628.7722 x4684 or kfitzpatrick@sscc.edu.

Chlorine Dioxide in the Water/Wastewater Process

Description

This seven-hour presentation looks at Chlorine Dioxide’s potential as the new primary disinfection for the 21st century. We’ll explore this disinfectant by 1st comparing the common forms of Chlorine, then we’ll look at very basic chemistry to determine why Chlorine Dioxide has terrific potential as a replacement. We’ll explore common uses today, some of the key difference/advantages Chlorine Dioxide offers operators when disinfecting our potable waters and treated wastewater effluents. With today’s high transportations costs perhaps it’s time to look at site-generation of our primary oxidizers. Chlorine Dioxide may prove to be the disinfectant of choice to minimize byproducts, maximize disinfectant residuals, at predictable costs.

Learning Objectives

  • Basic understanding how Chlorine dioxide is produced, handling, safety, storage, etc.
  • Learn why Chlorine Dioxide reactions in water and wastewaters are so unique…….the only chlorine based oxidizer that does not hydrolyze.
  • Potential applications in both water and wastewaters for disinfecting as well as minimizing byproducts.

Please Note!

The Ohio EPA now requires all attendees to have their Core Person ID Number with them to sign in on the day of attendance. Certification of attendance to the Ohio EPA cannot be sent without this number.

Workshop Details

  • Instructor — Mike Harrington, C.E.T.
  • Ohio EPA approval number — OEPA – B552579 – OM

North Canton Class

  • SSCC course number — ENRC 6180 ZO1
  • LocationNorth Canton Dogwood Shelter (241 7th St. NE, North Canton, OH 44720)
  • Date — Wednesday, March 22, 2017
  • Time — 8:30am – 4:00pm (one hour lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon)
  • Total Hours — 7.5 Hours, 6 Contact Hours
  • Cost — $125 (continental breakfast, lunch and break refreshments will be included in price)
  • Contact — For more info, contact Russ Brewer at 937.695.9002

Hillsboro Class

  • SSCC course number — ENRC 618 ZO1
  • LocationHighland County Water Company (6696 U.S. Route 50, Hillsboro, OH)
  • Date — Tuesday, April 18, 2017
  • Time — 8:30am – 4:00pm (one hour lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon)
  • Total Hours — 7.5 Hours, 6 Contact Hours
  • Cost — $109 (continental breakfast, lunch and break refreshments will be included in price)
  • Contact — For more info, contact Russ Brewer at 937.695.9002

Registration

To register contact Kim Fitzpatrick at 800.628.7722 x4684 or kfitzpatrick@sscc.edu, or mail to:

  • Kim Fitzpatrick
  • 1850 Davids Drive
  • Wilmington, OH 45177

*Once registered, you will be contacted for arrangements to pay. Cancellations must be received seven days prior to workshop date. For help with registering, please contact Kim Fitzpatrick at 800.628.7722 x4684 or kfitzpatrick@sscc.edu.