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Water Technology Certificate

 
All of the Water Technology courses listed may be applied toward earning a UWM Water Technology Certificate. Note that all the courses listed are electives. You may choose the ones most pertinent to you.

Earn the certificate by attending nine or more days of related courses within two years.

Note: We are working on developing three different tracks for this Certificate program. The tracks will develop into (i) best practices, (ii)ecology, and (iii) technology

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Constructed Wetlands

Thu.-Fri., July 10-11

Design and Maintenance of Stormwater Infiltration Practices

Thu.-Fri., Sept. 11-12

Water Law for Sustainable Management

Thu., June 19

Wetland Hydrology New Class

Mon.-Tue., May 19-20

  Dates To Be Announced  
Introduction to Wastewater Treatment
Native Landscape Design for Stormwater
Phosphorus Compliance Innovations to Improve Water Quality
Sustainable Water Management - An Introduction
Sustainable Water-Centric Communities
Water Harvesting Systems and Application
Watershed Planning - Putting the Pieces Together
Wisconsin Sedimentation & Erosion Control Inspector (WISECI)TM Best Management Practices
 
  Related Areas  
Quality Improvement
 
For more information, contact:
Murali Vedula, mvedula@uwm.edu, 414-227-3121
Marcia Gabriel, gabrielm@uwm.edu, 414-227-3378
 

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