The Wastewater Collection System Operation class is designed to train personnel in the safe and effective operation and maintenance of wastewater collection systems. The class provides operators with information needed to operate and maintain collection systems efficiently and effectively.
Emphasis is on tasks performed by line maintenance crews. Various types of collection systems and
construction inspection are covered. Special attention is given to the duties of operations, maintaining lift stations, maintenance of equipment and sewer rehabilitation.
Other topics include administration and organization for system operation and maintenance. Students will also learn how to properly identify, solve, and record solutions to existing and potential collection system problems.
Program goals are to learn how to:
- Properly manage, operate and maintain all parts of the collection system, at all times.
- Provide adequate capacity to convey base flows and peak flows for all parts of the collection system.
- Take all feasible steps to stop, and lessen the impact of sanitary sewer overflows for all parts of the collection system.
- Provide notification to parties with a reasonable potential for exposure to pollutants associated with an overflow event.
This is a 6-day course which meets Tuesday & Thursday for 3 weeks at Marietta Campus, Bldg. H1128 from 3:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m.
Upcoming Sessions: June 11 & June 13, June 18 & June 20, June25 & June 27
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
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