Thu, Feb 08|
West Rankin Authority
In-Person Mississippi FOG Abatement Training
Implementing a successful FOG (fats, oils, and greases) abatement program has proven benefits. Infrastructure will be protected, sanitary sewer overflows can be minimized, and costs to ratepayers will be reduced . Join us for this free technical training funded by USDA.
Time & Location
Feb 08, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM CST
West Rankin Authority, 109 Interstate Dr, Richland, MS 39218, USA
About The Event
This 8 hour training will cover the following topics:
1) How to develop an effective FOG Abatement Program.
2) How to implement best practices in both a new and an existing program - with emphasis on data.
The training is conducted in a workshop format, especially for water treatment professionals from small, rural communities that do not have a FOG abatement program or a pretreatment program, or that find their current program inadequate.
Participants will receive 0.8 Wastewater CEUs and a certificate of completion for attending. This training is available at no charge thanks to a grant from the USDA Rural Utilities Service.