Water Analysis Techniques (WAT101)

About this Training

The course will discuss an overview of the clean water act and other administrative order by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) regarding water quality criteria and approved methods of analysis. It will tackle proper sample collection technique, water sample storage, transportation and preservation per water quality parameter approved by the Philippines’ standards. It will discuss the principles of the analysis of wastewater in pH, dissolved oxygen, biological oxygen demand, chemical oxygen demand, color, total suspended solids, oil and grease, inorganic phosphates, nitrates and ammonia, using the approved methods set by the DENR. It will also discuss the different water quality parameters’ correlation with each other and their effects on the ecology of our water systems.

About the Speaker
Mark Anthony C. Esmael, RCh
Laboratory Head, NASAT Labs
Mr. Esmael is an experienced instructor in many areas. He has conducted several trainings such as Water Analysis Techniques, Particle Size Analysis, and Advanced Analytical Techniques used in Chemical Laboratories. He has also acquired profound and in-depth training of advanced analytical instruments in Singapore, China, and several other countries. He has acquired a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Manila) and has received several units for a Master of Science in Chemistry from the De La Salle University. Before becoming the Laboratory Head of NASAT Labs, he was a chemist, at Robinsons Land Corporation Environmental Laboratory Section under JG Summit Holdings Inc.

Webinar Schedule

Session 2
Part 1 (Lecture) – May 19, 2021
Part 2 (Lecture) – May 20, 2021
Session 4
Part 1 (Lecture) – November 10, 2021
Part 2 (Lecture) – November 12, 2021
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