WO CE67 - Passive Wastewater Treatment North of 60: Beyond Lagoons

This 2 day (12 hour) course introduces participants to the fundamentals of Passive Wastewater and Constructed Wetlands for wastewater. The course is focused on treatment in extreme cold climates, presenting case studies and current state of knowledge in this field. The Subwet tool is introduced which models horizontal subsurface flow wetlands for both warm and cold climates. The participants are also introduced to operations and maintenance of wetland systems. Yukon experience with Constructed Wetlands and Bioreactors is presented and discussed.

The course is targeted to operators working in wastewater treatment. This course is relevant to any health professional, supervisor, technician or homeowner involved with or interested in water & wastewater.

This course is recognized by EOCP for 1.2 CEUs (core for WWT and SWWS certifications and related for SWS, WT, WD and WWC certifications).

Provider: Fleming College (Colin Yates) and Guest Speakers (Amelie Janin -Yukon Government, Water Branch; Guillaume Nielsen -CH2M; Adam Greenwood -Morrison Hershfield)
This course will typically be offered every 3-5 year at Ayamdigut.

Credits: 0.0
no scheduled sessions