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Potable and Effluent Water Quality Management: Blue and Green Drop Compliance (Online Training)

Due to the extent and multiplicity of the management functions associated with water quality management, it is no longer considered to be the sole obligation of a single authority, but is now becoming the responsibility of all levels of the community, including industry, local government as well as individual water users.

Water quality management has evolved from a pollution control approach, which essentially concentrated on source directed management measures, to the current approach where water quality management consists of an integrated source, remediation and resource directed management approach which recognises the receiving water users’, as well as the aquatic ecosystem’s water quality requirements.

  • Take Non-Routine Investigative Samples for Monitoring Process in Water and Wastewater Works
  • Discussing Relevant Water Standards: SANS 241, World Health Organisation (WHO) and Permits
  • Demonstrate Knowledge of Advanced Treatment of Wastewater Process
  • Operate and Control Activated Sludge Process
  • Operate Coagulation, Flocculation and Sediment Processes
  • Water Services Managers
  • Water Planners
  • Water Technicians and Assistants
  • Plant Managers and Superintendents
  • Plant Operators and Controllers
  • Water Quality Managers and Practitioners
  • Waste Managers and Operators
  • All Personnel involved in the Water Quality and Waste process
  • Wastewater Services Managers and Practitioners

After completion of the workshop, delegates will receive certificate of attendence

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    Oct 26 - 30 2020


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    • Timezone: America/New_York
    • Date: Oct 26 - 30 2020
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