File Name: operation and maintenance of wastewater collection systems .zip
Properly operated collection systems reduce the discharge of pollutants to treatment plants, the environment and waterbodies and are critical to the health and safety of New Yorkers. Facility owners are encouraged to become familiar with the requirements of Part leaves DEC website.
Sign In Create Account. In response to the ongoing health threat from COVID, the Office of Water Programs continues to work remotely and we have suspended in-person customer access to the office. Please contact us online. Preview Content. Add to cart. Objective This course is designed to train personnel to safely and effectively operate and maintain wastewater collection systems. This course focuses on three areas: 1 lift stations, 2 sewer rehabilitation, and 3 administration of a collection system agency.
Every treatment facility must be operated for a minimum of five days per week by the licensed chief operator or an operator holding a license at the required level or higher; this operator must be available by telephone or pager seven days per week. The minimum license level for the chief operator depends on the category of the wastewater treatment facility. This webpage outlines the specific requirements to obtain a license; however, certain wastewater treatment systems may require additional training for their employees. Note: For laboratory experience to be fully acceptable towards operator licensing, the laboratory must be owned and operated by the permittee and the laboratory personnel must consult on a daily basis with operational personnel. Once your application is approved, sign up for an exam by contacting Occupational Licensing.
Look Inside. Sorry, this item can only be purchased by current members. This standard can be referenced in the evaluation of wastewater collection systems operation and management. The stipulations of this standard apply when this document has been referenced and then only to the operation and management of wastewater collection systems. Multi-user licenses are also available by contacting us.
The objective of this German — Vietnamese partnership development programme is the improvement of the wastewater sector in Vietnam. The programme with GIZ Technical Cooperation in tandem with investment measures by KfW Entwicklungsbank Financial Cooperation is advising and supporting the national government as well as nine provincial governments and wastewater utilities in those provinces since One activity is the promotion of decentralized wastewater treatment DWWT. A selection of publications of the programme is available here. For more publications please visit the programme website. The selected documents of WMP on this website are: 1.
The California State University, Sacramento Field Study Training Program, Operation and. Maintenance of Wastewater Collection Systems.
Sanitary sewer collection systems are critical parts of the wastewater treatment process. Collection systems represent major capital investments for communities. Sewer pipes and pumping stations deteriorate through normal use and age. A comprehensive operation and maintenance program for the collection system promotes cost-effective performance of the wastewater treatment system over its design life. Environmental Protection Agency, October
This authoritative volume offers strategies for developing a comprehensive asset-management program that encompasses capacity, management, operations, and maintenance CMOM principles as well as the business, engineering, human resource, and communications aspects of a wastewater collection systems project. For many local governments, the wastewater collection system is one of the most valuable assets they own. In addition to being a valuable physical asset, the value wastewater collection systems provide to protect public health and the environment is tremendous.
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