CIVL 617 Water Treatment Processes

3 semester hours

Theory and practice of the physical and chemical treatment processes to treat water and wastewater including reactor performance, screening sedimentation, membrane and media filtration, adsorption, ion exchange, disinfection. Theory and practice of biological treatment of wastewater including activated sludge, attached growth systems, oxygen transfer, secondary clarification, nutrient removal, residuals stabilization and dewatering, natural treatment systems.

Prerequisites: CIVL 601  and CIVL 625  (either completed or taking concurrently) and ENVS 606  (either completed or taking concurrently).

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