Biological stability of drinking water is important to provide water that is microbiologically safe and pleasant to drink to the consumers. This is particularly relevant in drinking water distribution systems where water is delivered without maintaining a disinfectant residual, like in the Netherlands.
In this course, we will discuss the different aspects involved in biological stability of drinking water, at source, treatment, and distribution levels. Methods applied to evaluate biological stability will be described and their application addressed with examples from practice.
Experts from both academia and from water utilities will describe latest knowledge on critical parameters impacting biological stability.
In this course, participants will learn about the following topics:
Drinking water professionals, including project managers, advisors, process technologists, researchers concerned with water quality issues.
|Trainer:||Mevr. Dr.ir. Emmanuelle Prest (PWNT)|
|Course data:||15 and 16 march 2022|
|Day format:||Day course|
The course location will be easily accessible by train and car
€ 1,050.00 ex. vat
Price is including course material and catering
|Timetable information:||This is a classical course which will takes place in the class. It is possible to join the course online.
15 and 16 march 2022. Two full day course from 9:00-17:00.
|The program will be taught in English.|
Day 1 - Introduction, methods and impact of water treatment
Day 2 - Processes in distribution systems and premises plumbing