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Oregon Drinking Water Services is offering a 6-hour training entitled
"Slow Sand Filtration" that will cover topics including an introduction to the slow sand treatment process, optimized performance goals, and recommended practices. This training is designed for operators new to slow sand filtration as well as experienced operators.
The training is offered free of charge and participants are eligible to receive up to 6 Contact Hours (0.6 CEUs) for Oregon operators.
In-person trainings run from 9 AM - 4:30 PM (PST) at various locations when shown in the schedule below.
Upon completion of the training, attendees receive 6 Contact Hours toward continuing education to meet operator certification requirements. You will need to complete the
Application for Contact Hour Training Certificate and pass a short quiz to recieve credit. If approved, you will recieve an email identifying the Contact Hours you have been awarded.
Materials used in the Slow Sand Filtration training are provided below.
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