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Environmental Engineering for Non-Environmental Engineers

Johannesburg | DateTBC

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Introduction

Introduction

Environmental engineering focuses on protecting the environment by reducing waste and pollution and is dedicated to improving environmental conditions through remediation. It is concerned with cleaning up contamination as well as managing environmental systems and hazardous wastes. Project and facility personnel may be called on to assess potential impacts and outcomes for a wide variety of projects. While in many cases organizations seek expert technical or legal assistance, it is important for all staff to have a conceptual understanding of the issues that may arise.

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This course is non-accredited.

  • This seminar brings together many of these concepts in a practical approach to provide you with an understanding of environmental issues and mitigation methods.

    After Participating in This Course, You Will Be Able To:

    • Develop conceptual models for the interaction of environmental aspects of a project
    • Apply prevention and control techniques with a basic understanding of the emission formation process
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of control alternatives in the project context
    • Reduce cost by using the critical points of inspecting an emission control system for compliance with the required standards
    • Use effective methods for the selection of emission reduction and control technologies

This workshop runs for 3 days

Training times can be arranged accordingly in order to cater for the client’s needs.

Available on request.

  • Project Managers
  • Engineering Consultants
  • Facilities and Plant personnel
  • EHS Managers and staff
  • Facility Operators
  • Regulatory personnel

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