27 May 2024

COURSE OBJECTIVES

On completion of the course, participants should be able to:

a. Identify the industrial and domestic sources of waste and their characteristics
b. Develop knowledge of waste treatment, disposal and remediation processes
c. Understand the concepts of risk assessment and remediation standards
e. Identify and apply ways of waste recycling
f. Describe and share practical knowledge and technology of chemical, physical and biological treatment of hazardous waste
g. Describe and be able to apply the current remediation processes and technologies
h. Understand the criteria behind selection of treatment technologies and site remediation
j. educate communities and stakeholders on best practices in waste management

TARGETED AUDIENCE
This training course is designed for:

a. Environmental Analysts and Impact Assessors
b. Environmental Scientists and Engineers
c. Project Analysts and Managers
e. Environmental scientists
f. Town Planners
g. Rural and Urban Developers and Planners

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21 Apr 2023

OVERVIEW

The AICD Sanitation and Pollution Control course imparts environmental health professionals and all stakeholders interested with an understanding and characterization pollution and hazardous waste. This must attend course, dives deeper into understanding legal framework guiding hygienic living, waste management and pollution control at both local and international level.

FOR MORE DETAILS AND COURSE OUTLINE PLEASE CONTACT:

PIERRE DUPLIS BRENNER

The Admission Director

AFRICA INSTITUTE FOR CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT (AICD)

HEAD OFFICE:

21 Detroit Plaza |Pretoria Road|Kempton Park|

Gauteng. SOUTH AFRICA

Telephone : +27 733797377

Whatsapp Number : +27 733797377

Email:info@aicdtraining.com

https://aicdtraining.com/

 

For more information https://aicdtraining.com/apply-online/

29 Dec 2022

COURSE OVERVIEW

The AICD Solid Waste Management course imparts environmental health professionals and all stakeholders interested with an understanding and characterization of solid and hazardous wastes. It further drills them in management of solid wastes, including basics of radioactive and other dangerous waste characteristics and how to manage them. This must attend course, dives deeper into understanding legal framework guiding solid waste management at both local and international level in addition to the technical aspects of solid waste management.

FOR MORE DETAILS AND COURSE OUTLINE PLEASE CONTACT:

PIERRE DUPLIS BRENNER

The Admission Director

AFRICA INSTITUTE FOR CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT (AICD)

HEAD OFFICE:

21 Detroit Plaza |Pretoria Road|Kempton Park|

Gauteng. SOUTH AFRICA

Telephone : +27 733797377

Whatsapp Number : +27 733797377

Email:info@aicdtraining.com

https://aicdtraining.com/

 

For more information https://aicdtraining.com/apply-online/

31 Dec 2022

COURSE OVERVIEW

The AICD Solid Waste Management course imparts environmental health professionals and all stakeholders interested with an understanding and characterization of solid and hazardous wastes. It further drills them in management of solid wastes, including basics of radioactive and other dangerous waste characteristics and how to manage them. This must attend course, dives deeper into understanding legal framework guiding solid waste management at both local and international level in addition to the technical aspects of solid waste management.

FOR MORE DETAILS AND COURSE OUTLINE PLEASE CONTACT:

PIERRE DUPLIS BRENNER

The Admission Director

AFRICA INSTITUTE FOR CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT (AICD)

HEAD OFFICE:

21 Detroit Plaza |Pretoria Road|Kempton Park|

Gauteng. SOUTH AFRICA

Telephone : +27 733797377

Whatsapp Number : +27 733797377

Email:info@aicdtraining.com

https://aicdtraining.com/

 

For more information https://aicdtraining.com/apply-online/

02 Sep 2022

1. OVERVIEW

The AICD Sanitation and Pollution Control course imparts environmental health professionals and all stakeholders interested with an understanding and characterization pollution and hazardous waste. This must attend course, dives deeper into understanding legal framework guiding hygienic living, waste management and pollution control at both local and international level.

2. COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of this Training course, participants will be able to understand:

  • The implications of the production, resource management, and environmental impact of solid waste management
  • The components of solid waste management infrastructure systems, to minimize these effects
  • Recycling, Reuse, and Reclamation of solid wastes
  • Relationships between inappropriate waste management practices and impacts on water, soil, and sediment quality
  • Current practices prominent in Waste
  • The Implementation of systems available in solid waste management
  • Assessing environmental guidelines, human activities, and environmental quality of impacted soils and water
  • Integrating solid waste management options and imposed environmental legislation and guidance to develop legal and safe solutions

3. TARGETED  PARTICIPANTS

This  training course is designed for waste managers and supervisors, including managers and supervisors in all waste-producing industries (e.g. including manufacturing and retail.) It is also ideal for municipal waste managers, waste planners (private and public sector) and anyone who wishes to explore opportunities in the management of waste .

This course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit all staff with a responsibility for the identification, storage, transfer and disposal of waste, including:

  • Health and Safety Managers
  • Environmental managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Operations Personnel & Managers, Shift Supervisors & Shift Team Leaders
  • Process and warehouse staff

 

4. COURSE OUTLINE

The following modules will be covered:

Module  One: Sustainable Waste Management: An International Context

  • Waste Management Policies
  • Sustainable Waste Management: Best Practice
  • Environmental Risks and Their Management and Control
  • Managing Pollution in the Environment
  • Understanding the Life Cycle of Waste

Module Two: Waste Prevention

  • Waste Prevention Best Practice in the Industry
  • The True Cost of Waste
  • Behavior and Culture of Waste Management
  • Industrial Solid Waste: Audits and Minimization Strategies
  • Management of Landfills
  • Industrial Waste Strategies

Module  Three: Re-Use and Recycling of Waste

  • The Role of Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs)
  • The Role of Transfer Stations
  • The Science of Composting in Waste management
  • Open Windrow Composting
  • ‘In-Vessel Composting’ (IVC)
  • Food Waste

Module  Four: Waste Recovery

  • AD of Food waste
  • Good Practice in the Management of Food Waste
  • Waste Incineration with Energy Recovery
  • Energy from Waste Incineration (EfW)
  • EfW for Municipal Waste
  • Landfill: Hazards and Risks

Day Five: Land Waste Disposal

  • Principles of Sustainable Landfill in Various Countries
  • Landfill: Engineering Considerations
  • Long-Term Storage of Waste
  • The Future of Waste Management
  • Course Summary

FOR MORE DETAILS AND COURSE OUTLINE PLEASE CONTACT:

PIERRE DUPLIS BRENNER

The Admission Director

AFRICA INSTITUTE FOR CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT (AICD)

HEAD OFFICE:

21 Detroit Plaza |Pretoria Road|Kempton Park|

Gauteng. SOUTH AFRICA

Telephone : +27 733797377

Whatsapp Number : +27 733797377

Email:info@aicdtraining.com

https://aicdtraining.com/

 

For more information https://aicdtraining.com/apply-online/