This course is designed for engineers seeking sustainable water management solutions amid water scarcity and rising costs. It covers diverse water reuse applications, providing essential engineering insights and practical examples to design efficient and economically viable systems.
In response to the escalating challenges posed by diminishing clean water sources and the increasing costs associated with municipal water and wastewater services, this course delves into the pivotal concept of water reuse. By harnessing treated wastewater for various practical applications, such as agriculture, industry, urban environments, landscaping, potable usage, environmental initiatives, and groundwater replenishment, engineers are equipped with essential skills to mitigate water scarcity. The course provides a comprehensive understanding of the engineering intricacies involved in these applications, emphasizing the importance of careful design to ensure both public health safety and economic viability. Through detailed examples and problem-solving exercises, participants gain practical insights, enabling them to create innovative and sustainable solutions within the realm of water reuse, contributing significantly to addressing global water challenges.
Author: Mark N. Ludwigson, PE, PMP
Course Number: 501
Course Hours: 3 PDH