After twelve months, does the operator have one year of experience as a water treatment operator?
No, because the operator only works four hours per day as an operator; therefore, the operator has only six months of operations experience. System Types: Certification is divided into four system types: water treatment, water distribution, wastewater treatment and wastewater collection. A water treatment system means devices, structures, and equipment used to condition, purify, or refine water for human consumption, and does not include a groundwater supply treated only with chlorine. Typical components of a water treatment system might include coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration, reverse osmosis, fluoridation units, softening units, and disinfection units. Time that an operator spends operating, inspecting, and adjusting the components of a water treatment system is counted as water treatment experience. A water distribution system means post-treatment storage facilities, conduits, mains, lines, pumping stations, or other devices used to carry water to the consumer,
- How many hours of training must I take per year if I hold a wastewater treatment/collection licence and a water treatment/distribution and supply certificate?.
- As a licensed operator, can I serve as operator for both the distribution system and the water treatment system of a facility?
- How does insurance work when the principal operator has less than one year of licensed driving experience?