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Major topics include safety, distribution hydraulics, water mains and services, valves and hydrants, storage, pumps and motors, meters and services, construction practices, operation and maintenance, and public relations.Math skills are reviewed and applied to specific problems of water pumping, storage and distribution.An overall view of the water cycle is presented together with a general description of the responsibilities of water system personnel and the need for regulation of the water utility industry to protect the public health, safety and welfare.Texas’ rules and regulations for certification of water system operators are included.Age 28 De Tarnos, France En ligne - il y a 4 jours Femme recherche Homme (663 de Kilomètres) Compréhensive, fan de la nature, de simplicité, de complicité et d'une forte dose de maturité... Basic Water Works Operations 0 | (20 credit hours) Groundwater Production 0 | (20 credit hours) Surface Water Production 1 5 | (24 credit hours) Surface Water Production 2 5 | (20 credit hours) Water Distribution 0 | (20 credit hours) Water Laboratory 0 | (20 credit hours) Water Sampling and Field Analysis 5 | (8 credit hours) Water Technology 0 | (40 credit hours) Advanced Math 5 | (10 credit hours) Applied Confined Space Safety 5 | (8 credit hours) Chlorinator Systems & Chemical Handling 5 | (Chlorinator Maintenance) (20 credit hours) Chlorinator Use, Handling, & SCBA 5 | (8 credit hours) Customer Service Inspections & Cross-Connection Control 5 | (16 credit hours) Basic Math 5 | (8 credit hours) Pump and Motor Maintenance 5 | (20 credit hours) Valve and Hydrant Maintenance 5 | (20 credit hours) Utility Calculations 5 | (20 credit hours) Utility Management 5 | (20 credit hours) Utility Safety 5 | (20 credit hours) Basic Wastewater Operations 0 | (20 credit hours) Operation of Activated Sludge Plants 0 | (20 credit hours) Wastewater Collection 0 | (20 credit hours) Wastewater Laboratory 0 | (20 credit hours) Wastewater Technology 0 | (40 credit hours) Wastewater Treatment 0 | (20 credit hours) A basic course in water works operation that introduces the student to the relationship between safe potable (drinking) water and health, and the important role that the water operator plays in maintaining adequate, safe drinking water supplies.Surface Water Production 1 (SWP1) is one of the courses required to challenge the TCEQ C Surface Water Exam.

Analytical procedures are presented for specific tests such as hydrogen ion concentration (p H), alkalinity, total hardness, chlorine demand, chlorine residual, fluoride, dissolved oxygen, carbon dioxide, calcium carbonate stability, turbidity, total solids residue, threshold odor, and jar tests.

A brief review of the water cycle is presented together with a general description of the responsibilities of water system personnel and the need for regulation of the water utility industry to protect the public health, safety and welfare.

The source, characteristics, production, treatment and disinfection of potable water is presented together with a more detailed description of water storage, pumping and distribution.

The student should understand the need for quality assurance and control.

Analytical and calibration test is presented for hydrogen ion concentration (p H), chlorine residual, alkalinity, and turbidity.

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