New RedVector Course – Hazardous Waste: Treatment

The content team at RedVector has been busy releasing new eLearning courses and keeping up-to-date with plenty of new online content, including a new course called Hazardous Waste: Treatment.  This hour-long course is mobile-ready and will review the background and design considerations for different methods of treating hazardous waste.

RedVector - Hazardous Waste - Treatment

Hazardous waste can exist in liquid, solid or slurry forms. It may originate in a current manufacturing process or from clean-up of an abandoned site.  By the end of this RedVector course, you will be able to analyze five major sectors of chemical treatment for industrial and municipal wastewater streams, sludge and solids, and learn how they are utilized, differentiate between four major types of physical treatment processes and summarize how they are used, discuss the important factors and concepts in biological treatment, along with processes and types of reactors used, describe the steps involved in incineration, main factors controlling incineration effectiveness, and effluent standards for incineration, state the methods and mechanisms utilized in stabilization, and describe five emerging technologies used in hazardous waste treatment.

This RedVector course was authored by Mark Reinsel, president of Apex Engineering.  Mr. Reinsel has over thirty years of experience in consulting, industry and academia.

RedVector is proud to offer these new courses and has many other exciting courses launching soon.  Be sure to follow our blog and check us out on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-speed on all the latest eLearning news and course launches! For more information about this or other RedVector courses, contact our client support department today.

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