This seminar will also review main water/wastewater parameters without going into the water chemistry. Operations of water treatment units will be explained, and case studies, practical guides, and Rules of Thumb will be introduced to help participants.
The concepts covered are common for municipal and industrial water and waste water treatment systems.
Unit Operations for Removing Impurities from Water
Process Development for Water Treatment
|12:00 PM–1:00 PM
|1:00 PM–4:30 PM
Rules of Thumb
Case Studies: Potable Water Treatment, Municipal Wastewater Treatment, One Industrial Wastewater
This course is designed for:
- Water and waste water engineers in a junior level, as their first step in the industry,
- Experienced water and waste water engineers, to organize their knowledge in a way to enable them to make decisions in new situations,
- Experienced technicians in water and wastewater plants,
- Other professionals in water and wastewater industry, such as project managers and engineers, and
Mohammad Toghraei has over 25 years of experience in the field of water and wastewater treatment. He has taken on several different technical roles in industrial and municipal water and wastewater projects, and has presented many technical courses on water treatment and other process engineering topics. His specific style of teaching is distanced from classic teaching methods and structured to cover large amounts of information in a short amount of time, in a manner compatible with the mindset and learning style of working professionals. He is currently an independent consultant.
Mohammad received a B.Sc. degree in chemical engineering and a M.Sc. in environmental engineering. He is also a member of Engineers and Geoscientists BC and APEGA.