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SEWAGE AND EFFLUENT TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES


Processes, Theory, Maintenance, Operation and Troubleshooting for engineers, technicians, waste operators, supervisors and managers

YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:


Maintain and troubleshoot waste water treatment systems Understand the different waste water Treatment systems available Understand National and local legislatation Apply knowledge of the latest technologies and best practice

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS EVENT?


Municipal Planners/ Engineers Sewerage Operators Consulting Engineers Anyone responsible for managing and operating sewerage treatment facilities Maintenance Engineers, Technicians and Staff Plant Engineers Operation, Maintenance, Inspection and Repair Managers, Supervisors and Engineers Mechanical Engineers and Technicians Design Engineers 29th - 30th September 2011 The Falstaff Superior Boutique Hotel

The Workshop
The quality of groundwater used cannot be compromised any longer and the servicing requirements of on-site sewerage disposal systems cannot be ignored. With limited funds available to you - the private owner or regulatory agency who have responsibility for inspection, the task of on-site sewerage treatment and disposal is becoming very difficult. With limited funds available to the owners we believe this workshop will help you to install an effective system. You will learn numerous tips and tricks throughout the workshop to make it very practical and relevant to your applications.

Sandton-Johannesburg

PREPRE-REQUISITES
Fundamental knowledge of basic waste water treatment requirements. Pre-course preparation material is available on request.
4 Ways to REGISTER Telephone : Fax : Mobile : Email :
+27-102-211-341 +27-867-502-131 +27-765-600-163 kawimbe@supreme-ts.co.za

The ECSA accreditation number for this course is:

SAIMechE-0341SAIMechE-0341-02/13, it is accredited for two (2) CPD points

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YOUR KEYNOTE SPEAKER
GARY BROWN
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP: Member SAICE (South African Institute Civil Engineers) Member ECSA (Engineering Council South Africa) Member WISA (Water Institute Southern Africa) Member IWA (International Water Association) Inspector of water care works (Class 5) with Department of Water Affairs and Forestry PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE November 1998 Current Managing an independent service, Dikubu Water and Environmental Services cc, as an alliance with the former Wates, Meiring and Barnard (Pty) Ltd group of companies, now Golder Associates Africa, providing support for domestic and industrial water treatment applications. These services include all aspects related to supporting water care facilities and environmental services, including: Identifying suitable technology that can be applied to domestic and industrial water applications. Assistance with the commissioning and start-up of processes. Monitoring of process performances and the establishment of operating and maintenance schedules. Training applications for all levels of staffing involved in the management of water care facilities, from site attendants, process controllers, supervisors and managers. Preparation and submission of EIA documentation for listed activities relating to mining operations Preparation of water balances for mining water circuits Establishment of water strategy documents for mining operations June 1990 November 1998 Member of the Anglo American Central Technical Office based at head office in Marshalltown, Johannesburg. Responsibilities included the monitoring and management of all domestic water care facility operations on behalf of the various operating divisions, Gold, Coal, Base Metals and Diamonds. Envirolink, the Anglo environmental support team, was developed within Anglo to provide environmental solutions to all operating companies and divisions. Duties were extended to include the monitoring of mine discard facilities, water pollution monitoring, water balance implementation and waste management while contributing to the implementation and auditing of ISO 14000 systems. January 1984 May 1990 Background experience was gained with consulting civil engineering firms, inter alia Ninham Shand, Hawkins Hawkins & Osborn and De Leeuw Cather in the township services field, with emphasis placed on both the design of roads, water and sewerage reticulation as well as the on-site project management of the construction phase of township development projects. Studies in water loss and unaccounted for water within the Johannesburg metropolitan area were also completed during this period.

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DAY ONE DAY TWO
Registration at 08h30 with the course commencing at 09h00 Workshop commences at 09h00; termination scheduled for sharp; termination scheduled for between 16h00 and 16h30 16h00 depending on progress

SESSION 1
INTRODUCTION PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS, PROVINCIAL AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENT Economic, social and environmental goals of planning Environmental assessment Need for health and safety Factors in preparing municipal plans Protection for stepped up demand

SESSION 6
RECIRCULATING SAND FILTERS YEAR ROUND TREATMENT History experimental design Construction Operation

SESSION 7
SUBSURFACE DISCHARGE Filter bed Shallow trench Leaching bed "Constructed wetland" Recycle, reuse

SESSION 2
WASTE WATER FUNDAMENTALS Basic terminology Contaminant considerations Biological, phosphorous, ammonia Pathogens Effluent objectives Alternate discharge options Receiving water capacity-provincial water quality objectives Surface discharge Subsurface discharge

SESSION 8
DIRECT DISCHARGE Stream assimilative capacity Mixing zone Disinfection

SESSION 3
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS Collection of sewerage Aerobic and anaerobic treatments Critical design parameters for communal sewerage treatment systems Hauled waste Compost Lime stabilisation

SESSION 9
BIOSOLIDS DISPOSAL

SESSION 10 SESSION 4
TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES Suspended solids removal BOD removal Nitrification and denitrification Phosphorous reduction Regular monitoring C Long term satisfactory performance MANAGEMENT OF COMMUNAL WASTE WATER SYSTEMS

SESSION 11
FINANCIAL AND LEGAL ISSUES Funding sources Approval process Regulatory compliance Municipal and owner liability

SESSION 5
TREATMENT SYSTEMS Conventional Septic Tank As the treatment system Enhanced septic tanks As a primary for other bioreactors Bioreactors Fixed film Rotating Suspended Batch Filters-sand, peat, stone, synthetics New technologies targeting specific contaminants

SESSION 12
DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF YOUR OWN SYSTEM Simple design rules Implementation of your system Tips and tricks The Thirteen Golden Rules of working with Waste Water systems

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Book 3 delegates and the 4th comes for FREE
Fees include refreshments, luncheons and supplementary documentation.

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29th - 30th September 2011

The Falstaff Superior Boutique Hotel

Sandton-Johannesburg