Wastewater Treatment

Introduction to Water and Wastewater Treatment

This course is designed to train operators in the practical aspects of operating and maintaining water and wastewater treatment plants, emphasizing the use of safe practices and procedures. It includes the importance and responsibility of a water treatment plant operator, sources of water, reservoir management and intake structures, why wastes must be treated and detailed descriptions of the equipment processes used in a wastewater treatment plant. Students will be prepared for future advanced water and wastewater courses as well as licensing tests. Textbooks included.

CGRN-101 (180 Hours)
Fee: $1,199 (Tuition $449, Materials $400, Lab $350)

  • Section MW01-Mays Landing Campus
    30 Tuesdays & Thursdays beginning Sept. 16 (Ending April 21; no class Dec. 25, 30 & Jan. 1)
    6-9 p.m.

Wastewater Collection Systems

This course is designed to train personnel to safely and effectively operate and maintain wastewater collection systems. This program will review the State and Federal regulations of wastewater collection systems, including: NJDEP licensing requirements, sewer use ordinance regulations, collection system math, wastewater system components, collection system applications, operation and maintenance of pipelines, new construction guidelines, sewer/manhole rehabilitation and repair, pumping facilities and appurtenances, emergency response and troubleshooting, public relations and maintenance management. This course has been approved by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection and is intended to prepare students to sit for the C-2 state licensure exams.

CGRN-157 (45 Hours)
Fee: $549 (Tuition $349, Materials $100, Lab $100)

  • Section MW01-Mays Landing Campus
    8 Mondays & Wednesdays beginning Sept. 22 (Ending Nov. 10)
    6-9 p.m.

Advanced Wastewater Treatment

This course is designed to train operators in the practical aspects of operating and maintaining wastewater treatment plants, emphasizing safe practices and procedures. The course will cover detailed descriptions of the equipment and advanced treatment processes. Operators will also learn to use and maintain treatment plant instrumentation equipment and systems. The residual solids management chapter contains information on sludge types, characteristics and quantities.

CGRN-201 (90 Hours)
Fee: $749

  • Section MW01-Mays Landing Campus, Building T
    15 Mondays & Wednesdays beginning Jan. 12 (Ending April 29)
    6-9 p.m.