Iron and Manganese Removal/Control Strategies – CEU: 0.7

Course Overview

This course will review various aspects of iron and manganese in drinking water – occurrence, aesthetic implications, chemistry, the impact on water quality and microbial activity.

Participants will learn iron and manganese removal technologies and their limitations, with a specific focus on iron and manganese sequestration advantages and disadvantages

By the end of this session, participants will have gained an understanding of:
• Explain the occurrence of Iron (Fe) and Manganese (Mn) in source water, its chemistry and its implications
• Identify the various removal and control strategies with some case studies
• Calculate the oxidant requirement for Fe and Mn removal
• Perform testing for Fe and Mn using standard methods

Target Audience

This course is intended for experienced drinking water treatment operators and supervisors. This course may also be of interest to distribution operators wishing to gain a better understanding of sequestration.

Delivery Methods Possible

Classroom, On Site, Virtual

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