Potable Water and Groundwater Sampling
Thursday, May 30, 2019
St. John's College, University of Manitoba
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
This course will provide students with an understanding of typical groundwater impacts focusing on the differences between light and dense non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPR and DNAPL). The course will include the theory behind groundwater well installation, groundwater development, and purging and sampling including groundwater well volume and recharge related calculations. Students will assist with development, purging and sampling of an on-site groundwater well and will collect potable water samples from on-site.
Supplies: students require a calculator and must be dressed appropriately for the weather.
MEIA member: $150.00
Student Chapter members: $80.00
Student non-members: $160.00
STUDENTS: Take this course along with Soil Sampling (May 29) and get 1.5 credit hours. Permission must be obtained through Dr. Rick Baydack.
Students taking this course for credit will pay for the course through the University of Manitoba, AND a registration fee to the MEIA.
If the course is not being taken for credit, then only the MEIA registration fees apply.
For more information, call the MEIA office at 204-783-7090