Verifying the Water and Wastewater Process (VTE934) New | Allegany College of Maryland

When it comes to process management, choosing the best verification protocol is all about selecting the appropriate method. This program reviews the selection process by looking at the various methods operators can choose to obtain information for daily reports, process management and even process control. Protocols will be addressed to let operators choose between the best selection methods for water/wastewater quality. Six verification methods will be addressed, Gravimetric, Colorimetric, Titrimetric, Turbimetric, Electrometric, and Nepelometric methods. Please note MCET does not offer refunds for no-shows. Students may drop a course up to seven days prior to the course run date for a full refund. Any student wishing to drop after the seven-day deadline will not receive a refund and must be referred to MCET for consideration.


11/21, Thursday (1 Session)
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
ACM: CE20
Instructor: Mike Harrington

Course Cost: $149.00

Maryland Senior Course Cost:  $149.00


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