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School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences
Dechlorination Table of Contents

Enrol in Dechlorination

Course Code: ENVR081

This course is designed for water and wastewater operators who are required to dechlorinate water in their facility. The need for dechlorination in the water/wastewater sectors is discussed. The focus of this course is on using sulfur dioxide and sodium sulfite salts to remove chlorine from water. The course explains the chemical reactions that underlie dechlorination as well as the hazards and safety concerns that come with working with sulfur dioxide and sulfite salts. Dechlorination equipment, operation, troubleshooting common issues and shutdown procedures for sulfonators will also be discussed. MOECC Approved Drinking Water Operator O.Reg. 128/04 0.7 CEUs (ID:1285)

Take this course Online

A "welcome letter" will be sent to you within 3 to 5 days, after registration, that will provide you with the information on how to start your course.

Continuing Education & Corporate Training Office

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