Prevention and Control of Nitrification in Drinking Water Distribution Systems – CEU: 0.7

Course Overview

This course specifically examines chloraminated drinking water facilities and utilities with high concentrations of ammonia in their water source that could cause nitrification.
Participants will learn the history of chloramination, the formation of chloramine and the basics of nitrification. The conditions that promote and impact nitrification control measures for water quality and treatment, distribution system operations and maintenance and distribution system design.

Participants will also gain an understanding of the importance of monitoring for chemical surrogates to characterize their water and interpret the extent of nitrification in the system.

Target Audience

This course is designed to target an audience of experienced operators, supervisors, managers of water utilities and consultants.

Delivery Methods Possible

Classroom, On Site, Virtual

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