Containment and disposal of High Pressure Waterjetting waste will be the focus of a free upcoming webinar presented by JPCL and SSPC.
"Containment and Disposal of Waste Water in UHP Operations" will be presented from 11 a.m. to noon EDT Feb. 22, as part of the SSPC/JPCL Education Series. Registration is free.
High Pressure Waterjetting (HPWJ) and Ultra High Waterjetting (UHPWJ) are becoming more common in industrial painting for surface preparation of steel and removal of coatings containing lead and other heavy metals.
Application of waterjetting for preparation of steel surfaces with coatings that contain toxic metals carries the same waste-management responsibilities as abrasive blast cleaning.
This webinar will present current management practices for the containment and disposal of HPWJ and UHPWJ generated waste.
The presenter will be Richard Burgess, Senior Consultant, KTA-Tator Inc. of Pittsburgh.
The webinar is sponsored by NLB Corp., manufacturer of HP and UHP water jet systems.
SSPC is an accredited training provider for the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE), and Professional Engineers in Florida may submit SSPC Webinar Continuing Education Units to the board. Those who wish to do so must download the FBPE CEU form and pass the Webinar Exam. The cost of the test is $25. Registration is available through the SSPC MarketPlace.
This webinar is part of the 2011 SSPC-JPCL Education Series, providing continuing education for SSPC recertifications as well as technology updates on important topics.
Wednesday Webinar: Bridge Specs
Navigating the complexities of specifications for bridge painting will be the topic of a free Webinar on Wednesday sponsored by JPCL and SSPC.
"Writing a Good Specification for Bridge Painting" will be presented from 11 a.m. to noon EDT Wednesday (Feb. 16), as part of the SSPC/JPCL Education Series. Registration is free.
This webinar will review essential items to consider when writing a quality specification for a typical protective coating system that is being applied to a bridge.
Derrick Castle, of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, will be the presenter. CEU credits are available.