Waste Water Treating & Disposal


Waste Water Treating & Disposal

Batch 1 : 15-17 Januari 2013

Batch 2: 16-18 April 2013

Batch 3: 16-18 Juli 2013

Batch 4: 16-18 Oktober 2013



Satisfactory disposal of wastewater, whether by surface, subsurface methods or dilution, is dependent on its treatment prior to disposal.  Adequate treatment is necessary to prevent contamination of receiving waters to a degree which might interfere with their best or intended use, whether it be for water supply, recreation, or any other required purpose.

Wastewater treatment consists of applying known technology to improve or upgrade the quality of a wastewater.  Usually wastewater treatment will involve collecting the wastewater in a central, segregated location (the Wastewater Treatment Plant) and subjecting the wastewater to various treatment processes.  Most often, since large volumes of wastewater are involved, treatment processes are carried out on continuously flowing wastewaters (continuous flow or “open” systems) rather than as “batch” or a series of periodic treatment processes in which treatment is carried out on parcels or “batches” of wastewaters.  While most wastewater treatment processes are continuous flow, certain operations, such as vacuum filtration, involving as it does storage of sludge, the addition of chemicals, filtration and removal or disposal of the treated sludge, are routinely handled as periodic batch operations.

Wastewater treatment, however, can also be organized or categorized by the nature of the treatment process operation being used;  for example, physical, chemical or biological.  Examples of these treatment steps are shown below.  A complete treatment system may consist of the application of a number of physical, chemical and biological processes to the wastewater.


After completing Wastewater Treatment& Disposal, students will be equipped with a basic understanding of the following:

  • How to identify the various forms of biological growth
  • Available disinfectant technologies
  • Measurement and monitoring systems
  • Feeding systems and requirements
  • Environmental and safety concerns associated
  • How to implement a robust control plan


  1. Introduction to Waste Water Treatment
  2. Solids Storage and Transport
  3. Wastewater Treatment Methods
  • Physical
  • Chemical
  • Biological

4. Conditioning

5. Thickening

6. Dewatering

7. Stabilization

8. Thermal Processing

9. Disposal method of Wastewater

10. Process Residuals

11. Types of Process Residuals

12. Design Considerations and Criteria

13. Residuals Handling Considerations


This training is intended for workers in the department of K3 and or executor / process engineer at a wastewater treatment operator or WWTP


  • Presentation
  • Discuss
  • Case Study
  • Simulation
  • Evaluation


Riyanto, S.Pd., M.Si., Ph.D.

Venue & Place

Batch 1 : 15-17 Januari 2013

Batch 2: 16-18 April 2013

Batch 3: 16-18 Juli 2013

Batch 4: 16-18 Oktober 2013

08.00 – 16.00


In House Training:

Depend on request

Fee Course

6.000.000 IDR /participant (non residensial)*

Special Rate:

5.000.000 IDR (non residential – min 5 participants from the same company)


  • Module / Handout
  • Training Kit
  • Coffe Break & Lunch
  • Souvenir
  • Sertificate
  • Airport pick up services
  • Transportation during training

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