Trickling Filter Wastewater Treatment Plants - 3 PDH
1. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
2. DESIGN BASIS AND CRITERIA
3. HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
4. SECONDARY SEDIMENTATION TANKS
5. OTHER FILTER COMPONENTS
Upon completion of this course you will:
Learn fundamental design data and information for trickling filter processes;
Learn recommended depth criteria and application rates for stone media trickling filters;
Learn about recirculation as a recommended method of increasing the biochemical oxygen demand removal efficiency of high-rate trickling filter processes;
Learn recommendations for design recirculation rates for high-rate filters;
Learn about hydraulic and organic loading rates and their importance as key design factors whether a surface application is continuous, intermittent, constant rate, or varying rate.;
Learn how ventilation provides aerobic conditions for effective treatment; and
Learn how the performance of trickling filters will be affected by temperature changes in the wastewater and filter films.
This course is intended for civil and environmental engineers and other design and construction professionals wanting an introduction to the design and operation of trickling wastewater treatment filters.
Benefit for Attendee
This course will give environmental and civil engineers and other design and construction professionals an introduction to wastewater treatment using trickling filters.
This is an introduction to methods for design and operation of tricking filter wastewater treatment plants.
This course will give you technical guidance you can apply when designing wastewater treatment plants using trickling filters.