Sanitary Sewage collection systems
Sanitary sewers include pump stations, force mains, manholes, storage facilities, and other components.
Municipal sanitary sewer collection systems are an extensive, valuable, and complex part of the nation’s infrastructure.
Unfortunately, the current performance of many collection systems is poor, and many systems have received minimal maintenance for many years.
The poor performance of many sanitary sewer systems pose potential health and environmental risks. Communities need to optimize operation and maintenance of these systems.
The following Training provides programs for utilities, industries, communities, and government agencies on all aspects of water and wastewater. Courses are routinely held that focus on collection system management, operation, and maintenance.
The course will run through important criteria including operation and Maintenance of Wastewater Collection Systems as well as of Wastewater Pump Stations