Events

2016, October 04-06
Mandeville, LA
Fall Activated Sludge Seminar

The date has been changed from October 8-9th to October 4-6th.

Attend the longest running most highly attended Industrial Activated Sludge seminar in the U.S. This seminar begins with an overview of activated sludge wastewater treatment and the eight growth pressures that impact operations to start everyone on the same page of knowledge. It then builds upon and progresses to the more technical discoveries being observed and measured today that negatively impact wastewater treatment operations – the subtle things that one cannot see but which can cause your biological system to stop functioning at its fullest. The seminar covers an overview, the eight growth pressures, activated sludge microbiology, BOD loading, DO and mixing, nutrient optimization and nitrification, monitoring and control strategies, addressing clarifier issues, State Point Analysis, microscopic examination as a tool for control, laboratory sessions, respirometry and pilot reactors, applied bioaugmentation, advanced analytical diagnostic tools, and troubleshooting and optimizing discussions.

This three day course consists of both classroom and laboratory demonstrations using your personal samples. You will be exposed to tests used to diagnose your system’s health, chemical analyses and microbiological identification, and QA/QC methods for these tests. Attendees are encouraged to submit samples from their own system for analysis during the course.

This incredibly well rounded course covers all potential applications for wastewater treatment plants utilizing Activated Sludge treatment. Combined with a robust discussion that occurs from audience participation on their systems, you will leave having learned a great deal of knowledge and tips that others experience to enhance your troubleshooting knowledge base.

Continuing Education Credits are available upon request. For more information, click to View Event Information and then on the Agenda.

2017, February 08-09
Lake Charles, LA
Lake Charles Two Day Workshop

This course is a shortened two-day version of our Spring and Fall seminars located at the EBS headquarters. In this course, you will start with an overview of wastewater treatment, discuss the system’s microbiology and microscopic examination, and assess and evaluate activated sludge system performance. The course will build upon and advance you through to the more technical discoveries being observed and measured today that negatively impact wastewater treatment operations – the subtle things that one cannot see but which can cause your biological system to stop functioning at its fullest. It will then culminate with a discussion on troubleshooting wastewater systems.

This condensed but still well rounded course covers all potential applications for wastewater treatment plants. Combined with a robust discussion that occurs from audience participation on their systems, you will leave having learned a great deal of knowledge and tips that others experience to enhance your troubleshooting knowledge base.

Continuing Education Credits are available upon request. For more information, click to View Event Information and then on the Agenda.

2017, April 11-13
Mandeville, LA
Spring Aerated Stabilization Basin Seminar

This course starts with an overview of ASB wastewater treatment and the eight growth pressures that impact operations to start everyone on the same page of knowledge. It then builds upon and advances one through to the more technical discoveries being observed and measured today that negatively impact wastewater treatment operations – the subtle things that one cannot see but which can cause your biological system to stop functioning at its fullest. The course covers an overview, the eight growth pressures, aeration and mixing, retention time and flow patterns, BOD loading, nutrient control and optimization, assessing ASB performance, microbiology, advanced analytical diagnostic tools, troubleshooting, and optimizing.

This three day course consists of both classroom and hands on laboratory training. You will be exposed to tests used to diagnose your system’s health, chemical analyses and microbiological identification, and QA/QC methods for these tests. Attendees are encouraged to submit samples from their own system for analysis during the course.

This incredibly well rounded course covers all potential applications for wastewater treatment plants utilizing Aerated Stabilization Basins. Combined with a robust discussion that occurs from audience participation on their systems, you will leave having learned a great deal of knowledge and tips that others experience to enhance your troubleshooting knowledge base.

Continuing Education Credits are available upon request. For more information, click to View Event Information and then on the Agenda.

2017, April 11-13
Mandeville, LA
Spring Activated Sludge Seminar

This course starts with an overview of activated sludge wastewater treatment and the eight growth pressures that impact operations to start everyone on the same page of knowledge. It then builds upon and advances one through to the more technical discoveries being observed and measured today that negatively impact wastewater treatment operations – the subtle things that one cannot see but which can cause your biological system to stop functioning at its fullest. The course covers an overview, the eight growth pressures, activated sludge microbiology, BOD loading, aeration and mixing, nutrient optimization and nitrification, monitoring and control strategies, addressing clarifier issues, State Point Analysis, microscopic examination as a tool for control, laboratory sessions, respirometry and pilot reactors, applied bioaugmentation, advanced analytical diagnostic tools, and troubleshooting and optimizing discussions.

This three day course consists of both classroom and hands on laboratory training. You will be exposed to tests used to diagnose your system’s health, chemical analyses and microbiological identification, and QA/QC methods for these tests. Attendees are encouraged to submit samples from their own system for analysis during the course.

This incredibly well rounded course covers all potential applications for wastewater treatment plants utilizing Activated Sludge treatment. Combined with a robust discussion that occurs from audience participation on their systems, you will leave having learned a great deal of knowledge and tips that others experience to enhance your troubleshooting knowledge base.

Continuing Education Credits are available upon request. For more information, click to View Event Information and then on the Agenda.

2017, June 28-29
Williamsburg, VA
Williamsburg Two Day Workshop

This course is a shortened two-day version of our Spring and Fall seminars located at the EBS headquarters. In this course, you will start with an overview of wastewater treatment, discuss the system’s microbiology and microscopic examination, and assess and evaluate activated sludge system performance. The course will build upon and advance you through to the more technical discoveries being observed and measured today that negatively impact wastewater treatment operations – the subtle things that one cannot see but which can cause your biological system to stop functioning at its fullest. It will then culminate with a discussion on troubleshooting wastewater systems.

This condensed but still well rounded course covers all potential applications for wastewater treatment plants. Combined with a robust discussion that occurs from audience participation on their systems, you will leave having learned a great deal of knowledge and tips that others experience to enhance your troubleshooting knowledge base.

Continuing Education Credits are available upon request. For more information, click to View Event Information and then on the Agenda.

2017, October 10-12
Mandeville, LA
Fall Activated Sludge Seminar

This course starts with an overview of activated sludge wastewater treatment and the eight growth pressures that impact operations to start everyone on the same page of knowledge. It then builds upon and advances one through to the more technical discoveries being observed and measured today that negatively impact wastewater treatment operations – the subtle things that one cannot see but which can cause your biological system to stop functioning at its fullest. The course covers an overview, the eight growth pressures, activated sludge microbiology, BOD loading, aeration and mixing, nutrient optimization and nitrification, monitoring and control strategies, addressing clarifier issues, State Point Analysis, microscopic examination as a tool for control, laboratory sessions, respirometry and pilot reactors, applied bioaugmentation, advanced analytical diagnostic tools, and troubleshooting and optimizing discussions.

This three day course consists of both classroom and hands on laboratory training. You will be exposed to tests used to diagnose your system’s health, chemical analyses and microbiological identification, and QA/QC methods for these tests. Attendees are encouraged to submit samples from their own system for analysis during the course.

This incredibly well rounded course covers all potential applications for wastewater treatment plants utilizing Activated Sludge treatment. Combined with a robust discussion that occurs from audience participation on their systems, you will leave having learned a great deal of knowledge and tips that others experience to enhance your troubleshooting knowledge base.

Continuing Education Credits are available upon request. For more information, click to View Event Information and then on the Agenda.

2017, November 08-09
Corpus Christi, TX
Corpus Christi Two-Day Workshop

This course is a shortened two-day version of our Spring and Fall seminars located at the EBS headquarters. In this course, you will start with an overview of wastewater treatment, discuss the system’s microbiology and microscopic examination, and assess and evaluate activated sludge system performance. The course will build upon and advance you through to the more technical discoveries being observed and measured today that negatively impact wastewater treatment operations – the subtle things that one cannot see but which can cause your biological system to stop functioning at its fullest. It will then culminate with a discussion on troubleshooting wastewater systems.

This condensed but still well rounded course covers all potential applications for wastewater treatment plants. Combined with a robust discussion that occurs from audience participation on their systems, you will leave having learned a great deal of knowledge and tips that others experience to enhance your troubleshooting knowledge base.

Continuing Education Credits are available upon request. For more information, click to View Event Information and then on the Agenda.

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