ICAR/03 (ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH ENGINEERING)
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH, NEUROSCIENCE, EXPERIMENTAL AND FORENSIC MEDICINE
ENVIRONMENT AND WORKPLACE PREVENTION TECHNIQUES
(01/10/2019 - 17/01/2020)
16 lesson hours
WRITTEN AND ORAL TEST
To learn methods on microbiological, chemical and physical characteriztion of water and waste water.
To understand the effects of pollutants immission in the environment (origin and type), diffusion, persistence
To be aware about water legislation and risk analysis
To understand biodegradation phenomena of organic matter
To understand activated sludge wastewater treatment plants working principles - in both water and sludge compartments
Learn basic concepts of waste analysis, treatment, and disposal, and related legislation
Understand basic primciples of disposal of leachates, wastewater sludge and organic waste.
1) Microbiological, chemical and physical characterization of water and waste water;
2) effects of pollutants immission in the environment (origin and type), diffusion, persistence;
3) water legislation and risk analysis;
4) biodegradation of organic matter;
5) activated sludge wastewater treatment plants - water and sludge compartments;
6) waste analysis, treatment, and disposal, and related legislation;
7) disposal of leachates, wastewater sludge and organic waste.
Frontal lectures. On-site visit.
Reccomended or required readings
Final written examination.
If a site visit to an urban wastewater treatment plant will be arragned.
Sustainable development goals - Agenda 2030