This online course by IHE Delft introduces the concept of Cleaner Production in the context of the water cycle in general and water management in particular. The course focuses on the careful use of the resource water and brings in various tools that can aid saving water.
The course on Cleaner Production and the Water Cycle is directed at engineers and scientists working in the urban or industrial water field and wanting to have a better grasp at the efficient dealing with water. As such the module is of interest to engineers and scientists in the fields of urban, municipal and industrial sanitation, water-related chemistry, biologists, water resources, process design and implementation, etc.
Upon completion, the participant should be able to:
- Suggest options for preventing pollution in the urban and industrial settings
- Describe the responsibilities of companies for their impact on environmental resources and assess the environmental impact of products and processes
- Compare different methods for industrial wastewater treatment and resource recovery
- Give examples for the applications of environmental management systems in the industrial context
- Indicate how the sustainable use of resources can be beneficial for reducing environmental burden(s)
- Analyze the different system tools that support industrial ecology and make basic calculations related to life cycle analysis
- Categorize products designed for sustainability based on their contribution towards the circular economy of a country
This online course is to be completed in 4 months at 8 study hours per week. The online learning environment is used for downloading training material and communication. Communication with fellow-students and course moderators can be posted on the 'Ask-the-trainer' page or on the discussion forum eliciting responses from fellow participants.
See more on the course fee and the start dates on the website of IHE Delft.
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