Registration is now open for the 21st annual Marquette University short course on anaerobic treatment of high-strength industrial waste. The course is hosted by Dr. Daniel Zitomer and serves those who deal with high-strength industrial wastes and wastewater or who are involved in operating and designing anaerobic industrial wastewater treatment processes.
The short course is designed to walk people through the anaerobic treatment processes, from fundamental principles to case histories. The case history presentations demonstrate anaerobic technologies in real-world industrial settings and allow for questions regarding specific problems encountered and solutions developed.
Azura Associates’ principal engineer, Dave Ellis, has once again been asked to present during this course. Dave will share Azura’s experience with case studies based on troubleshooting the failure of full-scale food waste anaerobic digesters.
For 2022, the course will be offered both in-person and online. Details are as follows:
September 13 – September 14, 2022
Raynor Memorial Library – Conference Center, 1355 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53201
Online via Microsoft Teams
- Anaerobic treatment fundamentals
- Anaerobic microbiology fundamentals
- When and how to use biogas
- System configuration and technology selection
- Design, construction and start-up guidelines
- Options available for operating, monitoring and troubleshooting
Who Should Attend?
- Plant managers and plant engineers
- Environmental staff of companies that generate wastewater
- Engineers involved with pretreatment of wastewater
- Planners and designers of anaerobic processes
- Engineers and plant operations personnel for municipalities
- Graduate students in environmental science and engineering
To view the full list of speakers and register for the course, please visit the Marquette University website.