Odour Control and Design Equipment: 12 September, 2018 - Auckland, NZ

This course provides an introduction to odour control and design equipment. Dr Ian Evanson, Principal Process Engineer, will present training on odour capture and containment, biofilters and bio trickling filters, adsorption and packed media systems. The course is complemented by exercises illustrating useful calculations. Early bird registration available to 20 July 2018.

START:
September 12, 2018
DURATION:
I Full day
CREDIT:
5

Address

NIWA Auckland, 41 Market Place, Viaduct Harbour, Auckland   View map

Categories

Industry Training

Odour Capture and Containment

  • Odour capture and containment
  • Covers
  • Capture rates and extraction systems

Biological Systems

  • How do bacteria destroy odour?
  • Mechanism of odour reduction by biomass
  • Method of design for biological odour control systems
  • Differences in the various technologies
  • Limitations

Adsorption and Packed Media Systems

  • Activated carbon
  • Chemisorption
  • Catalytic iron filters and other systems

Absorption Systems

  • Types and operation (packed towers/venturi scrubbers/spray towers/vertical scrubbers)
  • Design parameters
  • Theory and pinch points

Useful Calculations

  • Calculating extraction rate to achieve negative pressure
  • Calculating odour load
  • Sizing of odour control equipment and checking supplier claims

Dr Ian Evanson

M.Eng (Hons), M.Sc. (Eng), PhD, C Eng (UK), CP Eng (AU), FICHemE, MIEAust, RPEQ
Principal Process Engineer
Technical Leader – Odour Management
Stantec Australia Pty Ltd

As Technical Leader for Odour Management, Ian Evanson measures success by smell.

Ian boasts an impressive suite of involvement in more than 74 projects over a 22-year career, 13 with Stantec, which spans the odour control, wastewater design and gas scrubbing industries in Australia, the UK and Middle East.

Ian enjoys working in the wastewater industry, and gets a boost fixing odour problems that naturally occur with treatment plants, and improving people’s quality of life in the process.

One of Ian’s highlights was during the Oxley Wastewater Treatment Plant Project in 2006 where his biggest aim was to stop the stench. At the final community meeting Ian received the best client feedback ever – the group said they were delighted they couldn’t smell the plant anymore.

  • Hardcopy course notes
  • USB with class exercise spreadsheets
  • Course certificate

A laptop/device  loaded with excel or equivalent for the class exercises.

This class is limited to 20 participants.

Member

Early bird, before 20 July 2018: NZD$950

Registration after 20 July 2018: NZD$1,050

Late Registration, after 31 August 2018: NZD$1,150

Non-Member

Early bird, before 20 July 2018: NZD$1,230

Registration after 20 July 2018: NZD$1,365

Late Registration, after 31 August 2018: NZD$1,465

Student/Retired

Registration: NZD$530

Late Registration, after 31 August 2018: NZD$630

NOTE:

It is cheaper to become an individual member of CASANZ than pay the non member price.  Join here.

Discounts

Only one discount type is applicable per registration, the following discounts are available:

Multiple registration discount:  three or more registrations from the same organisation receive a 20% discount.  Apply the coupon code Group18 at the checkout.

Multiple training course discount: attend two CASANZ training courses in one calendar year and receive a further 10% discount on all training courses within that year.  Apply the coupon code Multi18 at the checkout.

Government employee discount: 10% discount on the early bird member rate is available for all government employees regardless of membership status.  Apply the coupon code Government at the checkout.

Jacinda Shen Training Manager
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