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The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy offered a Drinking Water Treatment Series to drinking water operators and personnel associated with F-Class drinking water treatment plants in the State of Michigan. 

 

 


 


Session 1 - Basic Math, Rules and Regulations, and Source Water (recorded March 22, 2022, 137 mins)

This session will cover Basic Math, Rules and Regulations and source water. Basic math will cover exponents, areas, volumes, unit conversions, concentrations, logarithms, graphing, flow rates, and example problems. Rules and regulations will cover surface water treatment rules, log removal, interim enhanced surface water treatment rule, filter backwash recycling rule, long term enhanced surface water treatment rules, crypto outbreaks, and bin classifications. Source water will cover ground water, great lakes, inland lakes or impoundments, and rivers.

This webinar has been approved for 0.2 CECs in the Technical Category for Drinking Water Operators (you must attend the full hour of instruction time and answer all poll questions to be eligible for CECs).



Session 2 - Coagulation, Mixing, Flocculation, and Sedimentation (recorded March 24, 2022, 203 mins)

This session will cover concepts of coagulation, mixing, flocculation, and sedimentation. Coagulation will cover related regulations, chemical reactions, physical properties, and monitoring performances. Mixing will cover rapid mixing designs, and mixing characteristics. Flocculation will cover conventional treatment, direct filtration, basin designs, solid contact clarifiers and stages. Sedimentation will cover basic concept, conventional basins, optimization, and sludge removal.

This webinar has been approved for 0.3 CECs in the Technical Category for Drinking Water Operators (you must attend the full hour of instruction time and answer all poll questions to be eligible for CECs).



Session 3 - Coagulation Dosage Calculations, Disinfection, Fluoridation (recorded April 5, 2022, 202 mins)

This session will cover alum calculations, disinfection/chlorination, and fluoridation. Disinfection and chlorination will cover properties of chlorine, chlorine reactions, breakpoint chlorination, chlorine residuals, chlorine by-products, and example problems. Fluoridation will cover public health issues, forms of fluoride used for water treatment, storage and handling, common feeders, and design, how to calculate application levels, residual testing, and reporting requirements.

This webinar has been approved for 0.3 CECs in the Technical Category for Drinking Water Operators (you must attend the full hour of instruction time and answer all poll questions to be eligible for CECs).



Session 4 - Filtration and Problems (recorded April 7, 2022, 138 mins)

This session will cover filtration mechanisms, design, types of filters, filter media designs/analysis, sieve analysis, types of media, filter bottoms, filter control methods, back washing, filter problems, media depth/growth/rounding, filter operations, and treatment techniques.

This webinar has been approved for 0.2 CECs in the Technical Category for Drinking Water Operators (you must attend the full hour of instruction time and answer all poll questions to be eligible for CECs).



Session 5 - Direct Filtration, Membrane Filtration, and Lab Analysis (recorded April 12, 2022, 177 mins)

This session will cover direct filtration, membrane filtration, and lab analysis. Direct filtration will cover schematic, direct filtration requirements, and coagulation requirements. Membrane filtration will cover membrane characteristics, design and configuration, green material selection end basic components, basic modes of operation, direct integrity test, diagnostics, and regulations. Laboratory analysis will cover disinfectant residuals, pH, temperature, alkalinity, turbidity, and hardness.

This webinar has been approved for 0.2 CECs in the Technical Category for Drinking Water Operators (you must attend the full hour of instruction time and answer all poll questions to be eligible for CECs).



Session 6 - Chemical Feed Systems (recorded April 14, 2022, 132 mins)

This session will cover chemical feed systems, chemical classifications, water treatment chemicals, and chemical feed systems.

This webinar has been approved for 0.2 CECs in the Technical Category for Drinking Water Operators (you must attend the full hour of instruction time and answer all poll questions to be eligible for CECs).



Session 7 - Operator Duties and Ethics, Water Storage, and Pumping Systems (recorded April 26, 2022, 131 mins)

This session will cover operator water storage, responsibilities and expectations of an operator, and pumping systems. Water storage will include storage design, Storage for contact time maintenance and preventing contamination.

This webinar has been approved for 0.2 CECs in the Technical Category for Drinking Water Operators (you must attend the full hour of instruction time and answer all poll questions to be eligible for CECs).



Session 8 - Corrosion Control (recorded April 28, 2022, 83 mins)

This session of corrosion control will cover oxidation and reduction, metals, preventing corrosion control, passivation, polyphosphate, LS Index’s, problems, lead and copper rule.

This webinar has been approved for 0.1 CECs in the Technical Category for Drinking Water Operators (you must attend the full hour of instruction time and answer all poll questions to be eligible for CECs).

 

 

 

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