Wastewater Operations Advanced – Fall – Course #119100.311 – 90 Hours – Start Date 9/12/23

This course will review the basics of units and conversion and introduce the natural hydrologic cycle. An overview of wastewater treatment will be presented which includes wastewater characterization, the collection system, and unit processes. The common wastewater treatment processes will be covered in detail. Preliminary treatment with its various modifications and final clarification will be presented. The principles of evaluation and control of water pollution are extended to describe aerobic treatment processes, which include oxidation ponds, trickling filters, and activated sludge. Anaerobic digestion, sludge handling, and disposal are included. In this course, all aspects of activated sludge as well as covering modified activated sludge processes will be discussed. Laboratory procedure, safety, chemical use, and troubleshooting of common problems involved in the wastewater field will be covered. Learn the terminology as you gain the essential knowledge needed for the NJ licensing examination.

Course Tuition


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Harrison Washington Middle School One North Fifth Street Harrison, NJ 07029 (Photo ID is mandatory to enter premises)




Tuesday and Thursday


5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Total Hours



NJDEP S-2 Not Included

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