Australians offered a desalination O&M masterclass
03 Oct 09 by desalination
The Australian Water Association has issued a call for papers for a Master Class on Desalination Operations & Maintenance to be held in Sydney on 2-4 February 2010.
The course is designed to focus on the operation and maintenance principally, but not exclusively, of seawater desalination plants. The target audience comprises engineers, managing and supervising line staff and senior operators.
It will also be useful to those who have previously worked in conventional drinking-water treatment facilities but are keen to learn how to manage the problems that might arise in an RO operation such as a seawater desalination plant.
Venue: Citigate Hotel, 169 Thomas Street, Sydney.
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