AWTO Training: Overview of Advanced Water Treatment Technologies and Regulations - Live Webinar

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Member: $50.00
Non-Member: $70.00

CWEA Contact Hours: 2.4 contact hours towards CWEA's, ECI  & LAB certifications.

Webinar Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
This exploration of Advanced Water Treatment (AWT) certification topics is concerned primarily with presenting an overview of the processes associated with this technology. Definitions of the processes and technologies are the center piece in this presentation. Some of the uses and reasons that AWT is becoming a treatment process of choice will be presented along with the regulations that are guiding the adoption of the technology.  In this presentation, attendees are asked to bring their questions and experiences, and share them with the group.  This course is hopefully a sharing of experiences and ideas concerning AWT and an exchange of information. 

After completion of this webinar, you should be able to:
• List wastewater reuse water uses 
• Identify water sources for advanced water treatment applications
• Identify regulatory rules and framework for advanced water treatment trains
• Identify critical control points in advanced water treatment and their purpose 
• Compare and contrast an overview of advanced water treatment processes and instrumentation associated with these technologies 

I. Introduction 
    A. Water sources
    B. Regulatory framework for advanced water treatment processes
     C. Wastewater reuse water uses
        1) Irrigation 
        2) Aquifer recharge 
        3) Indirect potable reuse (IPR)
        4) Direct potable reuse (DPR)
        5) Water quality regulations associated with reclaimed water
II. Overview of Advanced Water Treatment Processes
     A. Overview of process characteristics 
     B. Overview of advanced water treatment trains 
     C. Overview of critical control points in advanced water treatment trains 
     D. Overview of instrumentation and controls used in advance water treatment trains (SCADA 
          system)
     E. Critical Control Points (CCP)
         1) Multiple barriers approach to ensuring water quality of effluent   
 

John Rowe

Process Engineer

Office of Water Programs at Sacramento State

John Rowe is a Process Engineer in the Office of Water Programs at California State University at Sacramento. He was a tenured professor of water resources at a colleges in Florida an Georgia, and has taught microbiology, environmental science, biology, and water resource treatment technology. He has a PhD in environmental sustainability and a PhD in biological sciences, and an A level water and wastewater treatment operator license in Florida. John has worked as a project manager for CH2MHill, and as a technical assistance provider and trainer for the Rural Water Association.

Registrants who view the full recording to see the slides and hear the audio will receive 2.4 contact hours towards CWEA's certification: TBD.  It is not possible receive contact hours for both attending the live webinar and viewing the recording.  

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AWTO Training: Overview of Advanced Water Treatment Technologies and Regulations
11/10/2022 at 10:00 AM (PST)  |  120 minutes
11/10/2022 at 10:00 AM (PST)  |  120 minutes PLEASE USE GOOGLE CHROME, MICROSOFT EDGE OR FIREFOX TO ACCESSS THIS WEBINAR.
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