The Deep End - February
Wyoming City Water Plant16700 New Holland Street
Holland, MI 49424-5554
One Water – Water Treatment
Lead Facilitator: Jaime Fleming and Amy Vail
In the second session we will explore the basics of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and the various types of water treatment. We will review the relevant parts of the Safe Drinking Water Act and discuss how the requirements help guide decisions, actions, and planning for drinking water personnel. We will introduce the various types of water treatment from limited treatment (chlorination, contaminant removal, phosphate addition, etc.) to complete treatment (coagulation, sedimentation, filtration, softening, etc.). Participants will get a tour of a complete treatment facility where they can explore the various stages of complete treatment and the laboratory analysis that helps support treatment efforts.
-Gain understanding of the various parts of the SDWA and how they influence decisions and actions taken
-Identification of various types of water treatment and the necessity of treatment
-Gain understanding of the steps of complete treatment
-Gain understanding of water quality monitoring and regulatory compliance
For More Information:
This program is by invitation. Please visit The Deep End program page to learn more and to submit your application to participate. Once you've been selected, you will be granted access to register.
The program runs for the calendar year and includes 11 training sessions and registration to MI-ACE.