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W3QLAS Activated Sludge Process Control Workshop
Victor Santa Cruz
Posted: Thursday, January 21, 2010 8:26 PM
Joined: 11/11/2009
Posts: 38


The West Washington Region of PNCWA, the PNCWA West Washington Water Quality Lab Analyst Section (W3QLAS) and Peninsula College are proud to announce their annual Activated Sludge Process Control Workshop be held at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Washington on April 6th – 7th, 2010. Class hours will be from 8 am to 5 pm Tuesday through Wednesday. Workshop instructor will be the venerable Dr. Ken Kerri (California State University, Sacramento) and the inimitable Woodie Muirhead from Brown and Caldwell. Upon satisfactory completion of the Process Control Workshop each student will receive 1 credit hour (this equates to 1.6 CEU’s) from Peninsula College. To read more about this great training opportunity use the following link to access Workshop PDF flyer:


There are two Workshop occuring the same week: the Activated Sludge Process Control and Anaerobic Process Control classes. Here are workshop costs:

--$300 – WEF/PNCWA Members Membership ($150 Discount if taking Anaerobic Process Control and Activated Sludge-total of $450 for both classes)

--$400 – Non-member

--$200 – Student Rate (Applicant must show proof of enrollment in a college program)