This one day course will cover both current understanding of the established technologies and the possible impacts of the emerging disinfection technologies.
There are a number of new and emerging disinfection technologies that are available for water and wastewater disinfection. It is important for operator personnel to understand the applicability of these options to meet today's and potential tomorrow's regulatory requirements. For each technology, there are associated differences in pathogen removal, disinfection by-product formation, treatment facility energy use and operating costs, input chemical requirements, and supply chain impacts.
Dates & Locations
- Session #1
- Feb 20, 2019 8:00am - Feb 20, 2019 4:00pm
- Chateau Louis - 11727 Kingsway Ave NW - Edmonton
-status of chlorine disinfection in potable water disinfection
-status of chlorination/dichlorination as a method of disinfection for wastewater under discharge and re-use
-status of UV disinfection technologies for water and wastewater disinfection
-emerging technologies and their characteristics, pathogen removal/inactivation, by-products formation potential, chemical requirements, greenhouse gas emission considerations, capital and operational cost implications
-other impacts such as membrane treatment, peracetic acid, bromine, ferrate, electron beam irradiation and advanced oxidation
$350.00 Must have current AWWOA Membership
$262.50 (For in-class courses only) Must have a current AWWOA Membership and be an operator of a small public rural water/wastewater facility.