RESERVE YOUR SPOT BY APRIL 21!
UW-Madison will be holding a course called Understanding Water Chemistry for Practical Application in the Global Water Center on May 19-20. This two-day course will cover the basics of water chemistry and current issues and applications in drinking water, wastewater treatment, groundwater, industry, rivers, lakes, and storm water.
Course fees include the take-home notebook (a detailed course binder including all presentations and technical handouts), break refreshments and lunches, and the course certificate for 15 Professional Development Hours or 1.5 Continuing Education Credits.
Who should attend? The course will specifically benefit water/wastewater professionals, consulting engineers, plant managers and operators, municipal engineers, industrial water users, public health professionals, and others interested in water chemistry including undergraduate and graduate students.
Topics will include:
- Introduction to practical water chemistry
- Terminology and quantities
- Acids, bases, and carbon dioxide
- Drinking water treatment chemistry and microbiology
- Wastewater treatment chemistry and microbiology
- Solubility and precipitation
- Corrosion and oxidation/reduction
- Chemistry in rivers, lakes, stormwater, and groundwater
- Phosphorus, nutrients, mercury, copper, lead, and manganese
- Emerging contaminants, pharmaceuticals, and endocrine disruptors
- Organic chemicals and pesticides
- Case studies, applications, and practical guidance
There is a minimum attendance required for UW-Madison to host the course which needs to be confirmed by April 21. If you or your company is interested in attending, please contact Ron Bartos ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org for reserve your spot.