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Rocky Beem Environmental Training Conference June 4, 2012
World’s Largest Hog Producer and Pork Processor Headquarters Smithfield, VA 34 Processing Facilities with Wastewater Treatment
Animal Processing Plants Fine-Mesh Screens Dissolved Air Flotation Anaerobic Lagoons Activated Sludge Discharge Disinfection (NPDES) Further Processing Plants Fine-Mesh Screens Dissolved Air Flotation Dissolved Air Flotation Covered Anaerobic Lagoon Activated Sludge
150 Operators in 21 States SIU Training Not Mandated (ex: MD) Variety of Backgrounds & Experience About 10% licensed operators Diversity of Treatment Needs Wastewater Flows & Characteristics Permit Limits
Basic Training Module Intro to WW Treatment Wastewater Regulations Basic Math Basic Chemistry Wastewater Sampling Pollution Prevention Advanced Module Pretreatment Chemical Treatment Jar Testing Dissolved Air Flotation Activated Sludge I & II Anaerobic Lagoons I & II Wastewater Solids Trickling Filters Continuing Training Process Monitoring (AS, AN, DAF, Nitrogen)
100 Employees Enrolled (limit) 58 Continuing Training 42 Initial Training 27 Completed Continuing Training Treatment Process Monitoring Activated Sludge Monitoring Anaerobic Lagoon Monitoring Nitrogen Removal Monitoring 6 Months to Complete Initial Training
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