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At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both layers that “eat” or treat the incoming waste. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COM WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both layers that “eat” or treat the incoming waste. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COM WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS ARCHIVES Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Volatile Solids Reduction. By Ken Tesh. The following practice problem tests the basic concept of volatile solids reduction, which is a process that uses bacteria to break down volatile solids in the absence of oxygen inside the anaerobic digester. These volatile solids originate from the waste### sludge, which

WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEM Food-to-Microorganism is a way to manage the activated sludge process at a wastewater treatment plant. It’s a common concept that is tested on the wastewater treatment operator exam, so make sure that you understand it before you take your exam. In short, it calculates the ratio of organics (BOD or COD) to the amount of Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Food-to-Microorganism Ratio WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both layers that “eat” or treat the incoming waste. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COM WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both layers that “eat” or treat the incoming waste. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COM WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS ARCHIVES Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Volatile Solids Reduction. By Ken Tesh. The following practice problem tests the basic concept of volatile solids reduction, which is a process that uses bacteria to break down volatile solids in the absence of oxygen inside the anaerobic digester. These volatile solids originate from the waste### sludge, which

WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEM Food-to-Microorganism is a way to manage the activated sludge process at a wastewater treatment plant. It’s a common concept that is tested on the wastewater treatment operator exam, so make sure that you understand it before you take your exam. In short, it calculates the ratio of organics (BOD or COD) to the amount of Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Food-to-Microorganism Ratio TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. ONLINE COURSES FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION, WATER TREATMENT pass your exam. Enroll in a helpful online course to prepare for your Operator Certification Exam. You can start your course anytime, and access the course from anywhere with an internet connection. Also, one of the benefits of these courses is that you can learn at your own### pace.

LEARN MORE ABOUT WATER AND WASTEWATER COURSES Our Mission. Water and Wastewater Courses is dedicated to helping our students pass their operator certification exams. To accomplish this, we offer affordable online courses and practice exams that are relevant to the actual exams. WATER MATH - PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WATER OPERATOR Step 3: CALCULATE LBS/DAY OF 12.5% SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE REQUIRED. ♦Since the strength of 12.5% sodium hypochlorite solution is only 12.5% of pure chlorine, we have to divide the lbs/day of pure chlorine from STEP 2 by .125, which is the decimal format of 12.5%. ♦Therefore, use “31.28 lbs/day of pure chlorine” from STEP 2,### and divide it

WATER DISTRIBUTION STUDY GUIDE Water Distribution Study Guide. Here are 4 practice questions that will help you prepare for the exam. They were taken from a helpful Water Distribution Study Guide. On the Water Distribution Operator Certification Exam, you’ll be tested on similar types of questions. Therefore, you should be prepared to answer the following types of CONTACT - WATER AND WASTEWATER COURSES contact us Submit your question. Contact Info Email Us ken@waterandwastewatercourses.com WATER TREATMENT CERTIFICATION PRACTICE TEST Water Treatment Certification Practice Test. By Ken Tesh. Here are a few questions from a Water Treatment Certification Practice Test. The answers are located at the bottom of this page. If you need more practice questions, click here. A filter must be backwashed when### TEST QUESTIONS

The rotameter is located on the right side of the chlorine gas cylinder. 3. C. First of all, “backwashing” means to clean a filter at a water treatment plant. Over time, the filter will get clogged with solids as water flows through it. Therefore, it’s important to clean it periodically by reversing the WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WATER OPERATOR CERTIFICATION TEST Water Operator Certification Test – Sample Questions for Distribution and Treatment. By Ken Tesh. Here are 4 sample questions for the Water Operator Certification Test. These questions are relevant for both Water Distribution and Water Treatment Operator Certification Exam. The answers are located below, near the end of the### page.

WATER TREATMENT MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS Here are 2 water treatment math practice problems. They’re questions on chemical dosing calculations for water treatment. As always, I included the solutions for the problems at the bottom of the page. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. ONLINE COURSES FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION, WATER TREATMENT pass your exam. Enroll in a helpful online course to prepare for your Operator Certification Exam. You can start your course anytime, and access the course from anywhere with an internet connection. Also, one of the benefits of these courses is that you can learn at your own### pace.

LEARN MORE ABOUT WATER AND WASTEWATER COURSES Our Mission. Water and Wastewater Courses is dedicated to helping our students pass their operator certification exams. To accomplish this, we offer affordable online courses and practice exams that are relevant to the actual exams. WATER MATH - PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WATER OPERATOR Step 3: CALCULATE LBS/DAY OF 12.5% SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE REQUIRED. ♦Since the strength of 12.5% sodium hypochlorite solution is only 12.5% of pure chlorine, we have to divide the lbs/day of pure chlorine from STEP 2 by .125, which is the decimal format of 12.5%. ♦Therefore, use “31.28 lbs/day of pure chlorine” from STEP 2,### and divide it

WATER DISTRIBUTION STUDY GUIDE Water Distribution Study Guide. Here are 4 practice questions that will help you prepare for the exam. They were taken from a helpful Water Distribution Study Guide. On the Water Distribution Operator Certification Exam, you’ll be tested on similar types of questions. Therefore, you should be prepared to answer the following types of CONTACT - WATER AND WASTEWATER COURSES contact us Submit your question. Contact Info Email Us ken@waterandwastewatercourses.com WATER TREATMENT CERTIFICATION PRACTICE TEST Water Treatment Certification Practice Test. By Ken Tesh. Here are a few questions from a Water Treatment Certification Practice Test. The answers are located at the bottom of this page. If you need more practice questions, click here. A filter must be backwashed when### TEST QUESTIONS

The rotameter is located on the right side of the chlorine gas cylinder. 3. C. First of all, “backwashing” means to clean a filter at a water treatment plant. Over time, the filter will get clogged with solids as water flows through it. Therefore, it’s important to clean it periodically by reversing the WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WATER OPERATOR CERTIFICATION TEST Water Operator Certification Test – Sample Questions for Distribution and Treatment. By Ken Tesh. Here are 4 sample questions for the Water Operator Certification Test. These questions are relevant for both Water Distribution and Water Treatment Operator Certification Exam. The answers are located below, near the end of the### page.

WATER TREATMENT MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS Here are 2 water treatment math practice problems. They’re questions on chemical dosing calculations for water treatment. As always, I included the solutions for the problems at the bottom of the page. WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both layers that “eat” or treat the incoming waste. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COM WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both layers that “eat” or treat the incoming waste. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COM WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS ARCHIVES Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Volatile Solids Reduction. By Ken Tesh. The following practice problem tests the basic concept of volatile solids reduction, which is a process that uses bacteria to break down volatile solids in the absence of oxygen inside the anaerobic digester. These volatile solids originate from the waste### sludge, which

WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEM Food-to-Microorganism is a way to manage the activated sludge process at a wastewater treatment plant. It’s a common concept that is tested on the wastewater treatment operator exam, so make sure that you understand it before you take your exam. In short, it calculates the ratio of organics (BOD or COD) to the amount of Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Food-to-Microorganism Ratio WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both layers that “eat” or treat the incoming waste. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COM WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both layers that “eat” or treat the incoming waste. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COM WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS ARCHIVES Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Volatile Solids Reduction. By Ken Tesh. The following practice problem tests the basic concept of volatile solids reduction, which is a process that uses bacteria to break down volatile solids in the absence of oxygen inside the anaerobic digester. These volatile solids originate from the waste### sludge, which

WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEM Food-to-Microorganism is a way to manage the activated sludge process at a wastewater treatment plant. It’s a common concept that is tested on the wastewater treatment operator exam, so make sure that you understand it before you take your exam. In short, it calculates the ratio of organics (BOD or COD) to the amount of Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Food-to-Microorganism Ratio TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. ONLINE COURSES FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION, WATER TREATMENT pass your exam. Enroll in a helpful online course to prepare for your Operator Certification Exam. You can start your course anytime, and access the course from anywhere with an internet connection. Also, one of the benefits of these courses is that you can learn at your own### pace.

LEARN MORE ABOUT WATER AND WASTEWATER COURSES Our Mission. Water and Wastewater Courses is dedicated to helping our students pass their operator certification exams. To accomplish this, we offer affordable online courses and practice exams that are relevant to the actual exams. WATER MATH - PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WATER OPERATOR Step 3: CALCULATE LBS/DAY OF 12.5% SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE REQUIRED. ♦Since the strength of 12.5% sodium hypochlorite solution is only 12.5% of pure chlorine, we have to divide the lbs/day of pure chlorine from STEP 2 by .125, which is the decimal format of 12.5%. ♦Therefore, use “31.28 lbs/day of pure chlorine” from STEP 2,### and divide it

WATER DISTRIBUTION STUDY GUIDE Water Distribution Study Guide. Here are 4 practice questions that will help you prepare for the exam. They were taken from a helpful Water Distribution Study Guide. On the Water Distribution Operator Certification Exam, you’ll be tested on similar types of questions. Therefore, you should be prepared to answer the following types of CONTACT - WATER AND WASTEWATER COURSES contact us Submit your question. Contact Info Email Us ken@waterandwastewatercourses.com WATER TREATMENT CERTIFICATION PRACTICE TEST Water Treatment Certification Practice Test. By Ken Tesh. Here are a few questions from a Water Treatment Certification Practice Test. The answers are located at the bottom of this page. If you need more practice questions, click here. A filter must be backwashed when### TEST QUESTIONS

The rotameter is located on the right side of the chlorine gas cylinder. 3. C. First of all, “backwashing” means to clean a filter at a water treatment plant. Over time, the filter will get clogged with solids as water flows through it. Therefore, it’s important to clean it periodically by reversing the WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WATER TREATMENT MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS Here are 2 water treatment math practice problems. They’re questions on chemical dosing calculations for water treatment. As always, I included the solutions for the problems at the bottom of the page. WHAT IS FOOD-TO-MICROORGANISM RATIO? The established food-to-microorganism ratio for a conventional wastewater treatment plant is 0.5 to 1.0 pounds of COD per day / pound of MLVSS under aeration. If you’re using BOD to estimate the amount of incoming organics, then use 0.25 to 0.5 pounds of BOD per day / pound of MLVSS under aeration. Note that COD is commonly used to### estimate

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At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS ARCHIVES Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Volatile Solids Reduction. By Ken Tesh. The following practice problem tests the basic concept of volatile solids reduction, which is a process that uses bacteria to break down volatile solids in the absence of oxygen inside the anaerobic digester. These volatile solids originate from the waste### sludge, which

WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEM Food-to-Microorganism is a way to manage the activated sludge process at a wastewater treatment plant. It’s a common concept that is tested on the wastewater treatment operator exam, so make sure that you understand it before you take your exam. In short, it calculates the ratio of organics (BOD or COD) to the amount of Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Food-to-Microorganism Ratio WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS ARCHIVES Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Volatile Solids Reduction. By Ken Tesh. The following practice problem tests the basic concept of volatile solids reduction, which is a process that uses bacteria to break down volatile solids in the absence of oxygen inside the anaerobic digester. These volatile solids originate from the waste### sludge, which

WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEM Food-to-Microorganism is a way to manage the activated sludge process at a wastewater treatment plant. It’s a common concept that is tested on the wastewater treatment operator exam, so make sure that you understand it before you take your exam. In short, it calculates the ratio of organics (BOD or COD) to the amount of Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Food-to-Microorganism Ratio WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge. WATER DISTRIBUTION PRACTICE TEST FOR OPERATOR CERTIFICATIONAUTHOR: KEN### TESH

At least 95% of monthly routine / repeat water samples must be free of total coliform bacteria for a water system that collects at least 40 samples a month. This is required by a drinking water regulation known as the Revised Total Coliform Rule. The Water Distribution Operator Test will contain some questions related to drinking water### regulations.

TEST QUESTIONS FOR WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATORSEE MORE ON WATERANDWASTEWATERCOURSES.COMAUTHOR: KEN TESH WASTEWATER PRACTICE TEST ANSWERS FOR SAMPLE QUESTIONS. 1. D. First of all, a facultative pond has an aerobic layer in the upper portion, and an anaerobic layer in the lower portion of the pond. The aerobic layer contains oxygen, while the anaerobic layer does not. There are microorganisms in both WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR Practice Problems: What is the typical removal efficiency of settleable solids in a primary clarifier? 10 to 15%. 20 to 50%. 40 to 60%. 95 to 99%. 2. Which of the following is associated with thick billows of white sudsy foam in the aeration tank? Old sludge.### PRACTICE PROBLEMS

Ken Tesh. In the following practice problem, we’ll learn how to calculate detention time. Simply put, it’s the amount of time the wastewater spends inside of a basin, such as a primary clarifier or a secondary clarifier. For example, if an influent spends three hours inside of a basin to get from the point of entry to. WATER DISTRIBUTION MATH QUESTIONS To do so, calculate the difference between “161.7 feet of head” and 40 feet (the vertical distance from the Water Main to the house). This difference is the head of the water at the house. Look at the photo below to help you understand this calculation. 161.7 feet – 40 feet = 121.7 feet. 121.7 feet is the head of the water at the house. WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEMS ARCHIVES Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Volatile Solids Reduction. By Ken Tesh. The following practice problem tests the basic concept of volatile solids reduction, which is a process that uses bacteria to break down volatile solids in the absence of oxygen inside the anaerobic digester. These volatile solids originate from the waste### sludge, which

WASTEWATER MATH PRACTICE PROBLEM Food-to-Microorganism is a way to manage the activated sludge process at a wastewater treatment plant. It’s a common concept that is tested on the wastewater treatment operator exam, so make sure that you understand it before you take your exam. In short, it calculates the ratio of organics (BOD or COD) to the amount of Wastewater Math Practice Problem – Food-to-Microorganism Ratio### * Courses

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