Our First Set of Classes started in April 2016
Create a new account and Log on to register for the classes you would like to take. If you need help, you can check out the FAQ, take a preview at the Course Demo or contact our offices.
For our company's complete line of services, training materials and biological products you can visit our Website at www.EnvironmentalLeverage.com.
Wastewater Training Courses Overview
Control and Minimization of Total costs of operations is always necessary, but guaranteed reliability and long term sustainability are the keys to transport your wastewater treatment system above and beyond normally targeted measures. These wastewater training programs are based upon years of experience and accumulation of practices on actual performance of thousands of treatment systems. These wastewater training programs have been consistently successful in teaching people how to be proactive and achieve their goals of reducing Total Costs of Operation while also achieving compliance.
You will learn step by step procedures which will enable you or your operators to develop quick, easy to establish system checks to control and monitor your system in order to predict upsets, minimize energy and chemical usage, and avoid costly repairs and unnecessary maintenance procedures.
These courses have been pre-approved for Wastewater CEU's in Alaska, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin and West Virginia. Some states do not require pre-approval. If you need these approved for your state, please contact our office.
These courses are eligible for CEU's, Contact Hours or PDH (Professional development hour) in Alabama, Arizona, Maryland, Virginia and more to come.
Now approved in Canada for Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan.
**Some states give different credits than others. Not all states give credits solely based upon contact hours. Please contact our office if you need to know the approval codes and credit hours for your specific state.