Virginia Tech and Virginia Deparatment of Health Present Water and Wastewater Training Courses
Virginia Tech and Virginia Deparatment of Health Present Water and Wastewater Training Courses

Continuing and Professional Education Water Quality Workshops for Water Utility Owners, Managers and Operators

Monthly Broadcasts - Various Locations in Virginia

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BROADCAST WORKSHOPS

Upcoming Broadcasts

February 21, 2018
Efficient Energy Use in Drinking Water Production Processes
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February 21, 2018
Efficient Energy Use in Drinking Water Production Processes

Course Description

Reliably producing and supplying quality drinking water to customers requires a great deal of electrical energy. The problems of tightening budgets and climate change have made energy management at drinking water production facilities one of the most important issues facing process operators today. Energy management is also critical to efforts to create and operate sustainable water production systems. In this course we will systematically examine energy use at drinking water production facilities and examine procedures for identifying, implementing, and measuring energy reduction technologies and methods.

About the Instructor

Dr. Steven Cox is a Research Associate in the Charles E. Via, Jr. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. Dr. Cox earned his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering in 2001 from Virginia Tech where is has taught courses in environmental engineering, sustainable engineering, and water treatment for more than a decade. Dr. Cox earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Georgia Tech, is a registered professional engineer, and a licensed contractor with more than 30 years of process design experience.

Registration

You will receive a notebook with material that is presented in the session. This resource can be used again and again as a reference in your daily work. You will also receive 0.3 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) for successful completion of the workshop.

To ensure your FREE participation in this workshop, please register.



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