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Minimising Lead in Drinking Water

Colin Hayes

80 pages
IWA Publishing
This book is only available as part of the on-line course (DW01) Please click here for information. A discount of 20% is offered on the course if you enter the discount code IWAP20. It is an integral part of the on-line course that provides comprehensive knowledge of how to minimise lead in drinking water and is available only through enrolment on the Minimising Lead in Drinking Water Course which is self-paced and self-assessed. It can be accessed from a PC, laptop, tablet or smart phone and involves 20 hours of learning, including exercises. The course carries the value of 2 CPD/CEU points and is accredited by the CPD Standards Office in London. The five main learning outcomes provide: a good appreciation of the factors that determine the concentrations of lead in drinking water. the ability to undertake a diagnostic assessment. the knowledge of how to apply risk management principles. the ability to develop a cost-effective control strategy. the ability to optimize corrosion control treatment and to quantify associated benefits in public health protection. Pitched at Masters degree level, the material is suitable for graduates in a relevant subject or for those with more than five years of professional experience in the area. The course is relevant to scientific, engineering, operational and regulatory personnel, with an international audience in mind.