Chloramines - Potable Water Disinfection with a Different Twist (VTE944) | Allegany College of Maryland

Water operators will explore the use of, processes related to, and the issues regarding Chloramination in their potable water supply. The course begins by comparing and contrasting common free chlorine versus chloramination in primary disinfection of potable water supplies, and related operations. Next, participants will receive an explanation of what it takes to make chloramination work for a typical public water supply, as well as establishing an appropriate chlorine-to-ammonia ratio. Other topics covered include the advantages of this primary disinfection; residual based measurements; types of problems a water system should address when using chlorine/ammonia compounds; and which types of customers may have additional concerns about this type of disinfection.


6/16, Tuesday (1 Session)
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
ACM: CE Building
Instructor: Mike Harrington

Course Cost: $149.00

Maryland Senior Course Cost:  $149.00


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