Groundwater Treatment Design Workshop
About one-half of the U.S. population relies on groundwater for its primary source of water. Groundwater is not able to clean itself at a rapid rate, so we must clean up the source of the pollutants and also clean the aquifer itself.
This one-day course provides basic concepts of groundwater treatment from theory through practical applications with real world case studies. The course will provide you with an understanding of both basic physical-chemical and biological contaminant removal techniques, including emerging technologies.
You will be provided with the necessary tools to understand and apply the basics of groundwater treatment from defining treatment parameters to sustainable life cycle design.
Mr. Osantowski has more than 30 years of environmental engineering experience that includes a strong background in leadership, education, engineering, organizational development, problem-solving, team building and communication skills. His responsibilities have included the successful management of several multi-million dollar water ... read more
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Learn the basic concepts of groundwater treatment
- Understand both the physical-chemical and biological contaminant removal techniques
- Apply the basics of groundwater treatment from defining treatment parameters to sustainable life cycle design
All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.
Date: Thu., May 17
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education
Instructor: Dick Osantowski P.E.
CEUs: 0.7, PDHs: 7
Enrollment Limit: 40
Program Number: 4850-10658
Registration Deadline: Thu., May 17