Primary Sludge Fermentation

  • 19 May 2015
  • 12:00 PM
  • 20 May 2015
  • 4:00 PM
  • Fort McMurray


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By attending this course, Operators will increase their understanding of the role of primary sludge fermentation  in the biological nutrient removal (BNR) process. 

Instructional Topics:

  • Fermentation and biological phosphorous removal theory.
  • Types of fermenters and their ancillary systems.
  • Overview of fermenter operation and expected performance.
  • Related operating scenarios and key monitoring and control variables.
  • Review of day to day calculations with examples.
  • Key troubleshooting considerations.

CEUs: 1.0


This course is being hosted by the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, in the Boardroom at their Wastewater Treatment Plant.

820 Memorial Drive
Fort McMurray, AB

T9K 0N9

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Cost: The total cost for this course includes $535.00 for tuition and $53.00 for the course manual.

Ⓒ Edmonton Waste Management Centre of Excellence

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