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COURSE OUTLINE

Day

Topic

Day Three

Planning Considerations

Details

Time

Planning horizon; Design Population Estimation of wastewater flows Power and land availability Site selection for locating a WWTP Sludge disposal arrangements Odour Overflow/ bypass arrangement Standby/ redundancy considerations Possibility of up grading existing WWTP capacity Availability of trained man power

1.5h

Water Utilities Management Capacity Building Program WUM-CBP

Techno-economic comparison of treatment processes Design Aspects

Day Four

Cost Estimation

4.5h Hydraulic design flow (minimum, average and peak); Design of Primary treatment units (screens, grit chambers, skimming tanks, primary settling tanks etc.); Design of Biological treatment units (with particular focus on Activated Sludge Process, Extended Aeration, Trickling Filters, Stabilization Ponds, Constructed wet lands) Instrumentation for flow and process monitoring Design of sludge handling system

30th October-3rd November, 2011

Capital works (Civil, Mechanical & Electrical works) 2h Recurrent costs (power charges, sludge disposal cost, staff costs, chemicals, spare parts, maintenance charges etc.); Estimate yearly budget for operating a WWTP

Wastewater Treatment Plants

Operational Considerations Performance evaluation of various units; Trouble shooting with particular focus on Activated Sludge Process, Extended Aeration and Trickling Filters Standard procedures for operating wastewater treatment plant Tools and Plant needed for routine maintenance Laboratory requirements Staffing requirements Ventilation/ odour control at wastewater treatment plants Day Five

Site Visit

Visit to Jarash WWTP

Feedback/Evaluation Test Closing Ceremony

Multiple Choice

Total Training Hours: 30 Hours

3.0h

Planning & Design of


COURSE DESCRIPTION

Objectives

Target Group

This course aims at familiarizing the wastewater engineers with the proper and suitable wastewater treatment plants planning and design issues.

COURSE OUTLINE

Day

Topic

Details

Time (H)

Day One

Introduction

Welcome, Training Course Outline, Expectations

1.5h

The course is intended for wastewater engineers, infrastructure planners and those who manage them.

No. of participants

Maximum 20 Participants.

Trainers

Eng. Abdelwahab Matar: senior wastewater processing Engineer at Engicon with 37 years of experience in the field of wastewater treatment and other water projects. Eng. Fateh Radwan: Water quality expert at Engicon with 16 years of experience in the field of water quality. Eng. Maher Haddadin: Senior Mechanical Engineer. He is the owner and manager of Modern Industrial Services Establishment; it is an agent for various international manufacturers of pumps, valves, water and wastewater treatment equipment, UV disinfection, sewage grinders and odor control equipment.

Training Methods

Lectures, site visits, discussions, practical training.

Training Language

Arabic/English

Date

30th October to 3rd of November, 2011

Location

Engicon O&M Training Centre, Amman

Duration

5 days (30 hours)

Test

Written test, minimum. 0.5 hour Multiple Choice Test

Certificate

Certificate will be issued by ACWUA, Engicon O&M and DWA to all attendees completing minimum of 85% of the total training hours.

Basic Concept Primary treatment and its purpose Secondary (biological) treatment and its purpose Difference between Anaerobic and Aerobic Processes Decentralized versus centralized treatment Typical layout of a wastewater treatment plant Typical Hydraulic flow diagram of a WWTP Materials and nutrients balance Determination of efficiency of a WWTP

3.0h

Characteristic Wastewater characteristics and its contents – raw s and and treated Standards Common pathogens in wastewater Environmental and Public health impacts Effluent disposal standards Standards for wastewater reuse Day Two

Wastewater Treatment and Sludge Disposal

Wastewater Reuse

Detailed description of wastewater treatment processes (Activated Sludge process, Trickling filters, Rotating Biological Contactors, Aerated lagoons, Stabilization ponds, constructed wetlands etc.) Comparison between mechanized and nonmechanized wastewater treatment process;

3.0h

Sludge (characteristics, estimation of quantity generated for different processes, etc.) Comparison between various sludge treatment methods (land requirement, manpower, cost implications, etc.);

2.0h

Reuse of wastewater –potential, advantage, process additions, cost implications and regulatory requirements

1.0h

membership  

for Jordanian society for environment conservation