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The Division of Compliance Assistance is hosting “Surface Water Protection, Organic Removal and Math” at Greenbo Lake State Resort Park. The class will discuss the importance of and methods used to protect surface water, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency mandates … Continue reading
In previous blogs, we reviewed math videos for helping wastewater operators prepare for Class 1 and Class 2 examinations. Now we’ll explore math equations that could potentially be found on Class 3 exams. Since the videos below were created in … Continue reading
In a previous blog, Wastewater Math: Class 1, we looked at math equations that would be on the class 1 exam. This time we will look at problems you might find on a class 2 exam. The videos below were … Continue reading
As distribution operators, there are times when storage tanks have to be disinfected. By rule, it has to be chlorinated at 50 ppm for 24 hours with a residual of 25 ppm. You may be asked to calculate the amount … Continue reading
For anyone like me, I have to visually see something before I can understand it. Because I am able to absorb visual information faster, the string of YouTube videos below really grabbed my attention. Below is a four-part series of … Continue reading
Now that you have read the post, Calculating a Draw Down Test at a Lift Station, try working the following practice problem on your own.