Control of Water Quality in Municipal Distribution Systems

April 22, 2014 - April 23, 2014

Location: Madison, WI

Water quality within municipal drinking water distribution systems is a growing field of interest for engineers, consultants, operators, managers, and others in water-related fields. Taught by leading professionals, this course will combine fundamentals, regulations, current technologies, and case studies. Attendees will gain a working understanding of the issues involved and will learn how to apply different methods and technologies to improve and control water quality in their own water distribution systems and projects.

For more information, visit the course website

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