#4015 - Treatment of Metal Wastestreams
NO Water Operator RTC Hours /4.5 CEUs/ 45 PDHs 6 Months (time to complete)
Scope: This course is designed to train operators in the practical aspects of
operating and maintaining treatment plants that receive wastewater from
electroplating, metal finishing, and printed circuit board manufacturing
facilities. Information is presented on the need for treatment of metal
wastestreams, sources of wastewater, material safety data sheets
(MSDSs), and employee right-to-know laws. Operators learn to operate and
maintain the equipment and processes used to treat metal wastestreams
and how to treat and dispose of sludges produced by the treatment
processes. This course focuses on actual operation, maintenance, and
troubleshooting procedures, with particular emphasis on safety.
Operators also learn to solve arithmetic problems needed to operate
treatment processes for metal wastestreams.
1. Need for Treatment
2. Sources of Wastewater
3. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs)
4. Employee Right-To-Know Laws
5. Methods of Treatment
6. Advanced Technologies
7. Sludge Treatment and Disposal
8. Operation, Maintenance, and
TEXTBOOK: Treatment of Metal Wastestreams, Third Edition, 2003 INCLUDED
ABOUT HOME-STUDY COURSES: Each lesson is arranged for you to read a short section, write the
answers to the questions at the end of the section, check your answers
against suggested answers. At the end of each chapter, you must submit your answers to Illinois Section AWWA for grading. You
may fax, email, or mail your answers. Answer sheets will not be
returned. Once you have completed all exams,
your PDH hours will be added to your record.
COST: $175.00 ISAWWA members; $265.00 nonmembers (includes a one year Operator Level membership in AWWA). Shipping included.