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Environmental Pollution and Control - Level 3

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Overview

Rapid industrialisation and energy usage have significantly depleted the land, water, and air resources globally. Toxic material and pollutants are threatening the global environment by exerting more pressure on regional and global ecosystems. The Environmental Pollution and Control Level 3 course is designed to plan and implement strategies for controlling and reducing the environmental pollution.

The course offers substantial knowledge related to environmental ethics, environmental risk analysis, water pollution reduction, wastewater collection, solid waste disposal, radioactive waste, air quality measurement, etc. You will learn to apply strategies to minimise environmental pollution to ensure that quality standards are met.

  •  Learn methods to deal with air and water contaminants appropriately
  •  Identify various types of contaminants and their potential harm to the environment
  • Learn to apply techniques for air quality measurement
  • Understand noise pollution and solid waste disposal strategies

Why study at 1Training?

1Training is a leading online provider for several accrediting bodies and provides learners with the opportunity to take this exclusive CPD course. At 1Training, we give our fullest attention to our learners’ needs and ensure they have the necessary information required to proceed with the training.

Learners who register will be given excellent learning support, discounts, seasonal offers, student ID card, etc. Environmental Pollution and Control Level 3 is an online learning experience that is flexible, convenient, and career-oriented allowing you to balance life’s other commitments with professional education.

Join 1Training today. We are bound to provide you with the best online education experience:  

  • High-quality online study material and mock exams
  • Tutorials/materials from industry-leading experts
  • 24/7 access to the learning portal
  • Access to excellent quality study material
  • Personalised learning experience
  • Support by phone, live chat, and e-mail
  • Assessments through quizzes

Learning outcomes

  • Learn about pollution and environmental ethics
  • Understand and apply environmental risk analysis techniques
  • Learn to measure water pollution in industrial environments
  • Understand water supply and apply the correct water treatment
  • Learn solid waste disposal and management
  • Start a career in environmental management as a strategic enabler
  • Learn recycling and recovery techniques for environmental safety
  • Gain control over hazardous waste and radioactive waste
  • Comprehend air pollution and meteorology principles for pollution reduction
  • Illustrate a close relationship between human health and environmental safety

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

  • Learners should be over the age of 16 and have a basic understanding of English
  • Environmental technical assistants
  • Emergency personnel
  • Waste management professionals
  • Contamination control staff
  • Health and safety officers

To pass the course, learners will complete an online quiz, which will be marked instantly, and you will receive the score immediately.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Environmental Pollution and Control Level 3 certification by CPD.

The course will enable you to apply the latest procedures and techniques to clean up the environment and reduce pollution in any particular region. You can join a number of positions and jobs, including working as a laboratory technician, emergency professional, contamination issues director, technical assistant, and health or safety environment professional.

According to Glassdoor, the average salary of an environmental and pollution control specialist is GBP41,998 per year or more, depending on your skill and experience. However, lead control engineers can earn up to GBP57,800 per annum.

Access duration 

  • Learners have access to the portal that comprises study material, video tutoring sessions, and mock exam papers
  • They are given access to this portal for 12 months and gain the best out of it during that time
  • There is no given timetable and the learners are able to study at their own pace
  • Learners should be over the age of 16 and have a basic understanding of English
  • Environmental technical assistants
  • Emergency personnel
  • Waste management professionals
  • Contamination control staff
  • Health and safety officers

To pass the course, learners will complete an online quiz, which will be marked instantly, and you will receive the score immediately.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Environmental Pollution and Control Level 3 certification by CPD.

The course will enable you to apply the latest procedures and techniques to clean up the environment and reduce pollution in any particular region. You can join a number of positions and jobs, including working as a laboratory technician, emergency professional, contamination issues director, technical assistant, and health or safety environment professional.

According to Glassdoor, the average salary of an environmental and pollution control specialist is GBP41,998 per year or more, depending on your skill and experience. However, lead control engineers can earn up to GBP57,800 per annum.

Access duration 

  • Learners have access to the portal that comprises study material, video tutoring sessions, and mock exam papers
  • They are given access to this portal for 12 months and gain the best out of it during that time
  • There is no given timetable and the learners are able to study at their own pace
Course Curriculum Total Units : 203
1. Pollution and Environmental Ethics
1.1 Pollution and Environmental Ethics
1.2 The Roots of Our Environmental Problems
1.3 Ethics
1.4 Environmental Ethics as Public Health
1.5 Environmental Ethics as Conservationand Preservation
1.6 Environmental Ethics as Caringfor Nonhuman Nature
1.7 Application and Developmentof the Environmental Ethic
1.8 Conclusion
2. Environmental Risk Analysis
2.1 Environmental Risk Analysis
2.2 Risk
2.3 Assessment of Risk
2.4 Dose-Response Evaluation
2.5 Population Responses
2.6 Exposure and Latency
2.7 Expression of Risk
2.8 Ecosystem Risk Assessment
3. Water Pollution
3.1 Water Pollution
3.2 Sources of Water Pollution
3.3 Elements of Aquatic Ecology
3.4 Biodegradation
3.5 Aerobic and Anaerobic Decomposition
3.6 Effect of Pollution on Streams
3.7 Effect of Pollution on Lakes
3.8 Heavy Metals and Toxic Substances
3.9 Effect of Pollution on Oceans
3.10 Problems
4. Measurement of Water Quality
4.1 Measurement of Water Quality
4.2 Sampling
4.3 Dissolved Oxygen
4.4 Biochemical Oxygen Demand
4.5 Chemical Oxygen Demand
4.6 Turbidity
4.7 Colour and Odour
4.8 Nitrogen
4.9 Bacteriological Measurements
4.10 Trace Toxic Organic Compounds
5. Water Supply
5.1 Water Supply
5.2 The Hydrologic Cycle and Water Availability
5.3 Groundwater Supplies
5.4 Surface Water Supplies
5.5 Water Transmission
5.6 Conclusion
5.7 Problems
6. Water Treatment
6.1 Water Treatment
6.2 Coagulation and Flocculation
6.3 Settling
6.4 Filtration
6.5 Disinfection
6.6 Conclusion
6.7 Problems
7. Collection of Wastewater
7.1 Collection of Wastewater
7.2 Estimating Wastewater Quantities
7.3 System Layout
7.4 Conclusion
7.5 Problems
8. Wastewater Treatment
8.1 Wastewater Treatment
8.2 Wastewater Characteristics
8.3 Onsite Wastewater Disposal
8.4 Central Wastewater Treatment
8.5 Primary Treatment
8.6 Secondary Treatment
8.7 Tertiary Treatment
8.8 Disinfection
9. Sludge Treatment, Utilization, and Disposal
9.1 Sludge Treatment, Utilization, and Disposal
9.2 Sources of Sludge
9.3 Sludge Treatment
9.4 Sludge Thickening
9.5 Sludge Dewatering
9.6 Utilisation and Ultimate Disposal
9.7 Conclusion
9.8 Problems
10. Nonpoint Source Water Pollution
10.1 Nonpoint Source Water Pollution
10.2 The Runoff Process
10.3 Control Techniques Applicableto Nonpoint Source Pollution
10.4 Construction
10.5 Urban Storm-Water Runoff
10.6 Conclusion
10.7 Problems
11. Water Pollution Law and Regulations
11.1 Water Pollution Law and Regulations
11.2 Common Law
11.3 Statutory Law
11.4 Pretreatment Guidelines
11.5 Sludge Disposal
11.6 Drinking-Water Standards
11.7 Conclusion
11.8 Problems
12. Solid Waste
12.1 Solid Waste
12.2 Quantities and Characteristics of Municipal solid Waste
12.3 Characteristics of Municipal Solid Waste
12.4 Collection
12.5 Disposal Options
12.6 Pollution Prevention
12.7 Conclusion
12.8 Problems
13. Solid Waste Disposal
13.1 Solid Waste Disposal
13.2 Disposal of Unprocessed Refuse insanitary Landfills
13.3 Siting Landfills
13.4 Design of Landfills
13.5 Operation of Landfills
13.6 Closure and Ultimate use of Landfills
13.7 Volume Reduction Before Disposal
13.8 Conclusion
13.9 Problems
14. Reuse, Recycling, and Recovery
14.1 Reuse, Recycling, and Recovery
14.2 Recycling
14.3 Recovery
14.4 Size Reduction
14.5 General Expressions for Material Recovery
14.6 Screens
14.7 Air Classifiers
14.8 Magnets
14.9 Separation Equipment
14.10 Energy Recovery from the Organic fraction of MSW
14.11 Composting
14.12 Conclusion
14.13 Problems
15. Hazardous Waste
15.1 Hazardous Waste
15.2 The Magnitude of the Problem
15.3 Transportation of Hazardous Wastes
15.4 Recovery Alternatives
15.5 Hazardous Waste Management Facilities
15.6 Pollution Prevention
15.7 Conclusion
15.8 Problems
16. Radioactive Waste
16.1 Radioactive Waste
16.2 Radiation
16.3 Health Effects
16.4 Sources of Radioactive Waste
16.5 Radioactive Waste Management
16.6 Transuranic Waste
16.7 Waste form Modification
16.8 Conclusion
16.9 Problems
17. Solid, Hazardous, and Radioactive Waste Law and Regulations
17.1 Solid, Hazardous, and Radioactive Waste Law and Regulations
17.2 Nonhazardous Solid Waste
17.3 Hazardous waste
17.4 Radioactive Waste
17.5 Conclusion
17.6 Problems
17.7 List Of Symbols
18. Air Pollution
18.1 Air Pollution
18.2 Types and Sources of Gaseous Air Pollutants
18.3 Particulate Matter
18.4 Hazardous Air Pollutants
18.5 Global and Atmospheric Climate Change
18.6 Health Effects
18.7 Effects on Vegetation
18.8 Effects on Animals
18.9 Effects on Materials
18.10 Effects on Visibility
18.11 Indoor Air Pollution
18.12 Conclusion
18.13 Problems
19. Meteorology and Air Pollution
19.1 Meteorology and Air Pollution
19.2 Basic Meteorology
19.3 Horizontal Dispersion of Pollutants
19.4 Vertical Dispersion of Pollutants
19.5 Atmospheric Dispersion
19.6 Cleansing The Atmosphere
19.7 Conclusion
19.8 Problems
20. Measurement of Air Quality
20.1 Measurement of Air Quality
20.2 Measurement of Particulate Matter
20.3 Measurement of Gases
20.4 Reference Methods
20.5 Grab Samples
20.6 Stack Samples
20.7 Smoke and Opacity
20.8 Conclusion
20.9 Problems
21. Air Pollution Control
21.1 Air Pollution Control
21.2 Source Correction
21.3 Collection of Pollutants
21.4 Cooling
21.5 Treatment
21.6 Control of Gaseous Pollutants
21. 7 Control of Moving Sources
21.8 Control of Global Climate Change
21.9 Conclusion
21.10 Problems
22. Air Pollution Law and Regulations
22.1 Air Pollution Law and Regulations
22.2 Air Quality and Common Law
22.3 Statutory Law
22.4 Moving Sources
22.5 Tropospheric Ozone
22.6 Acid Rain
22.7 Problems of Implementation
22.8 Conclusion
22.9 Problems
23. Noise Pollution and Control
23.1 Noise Pollution and Control
23.2 The Concept of Sound
23.3 Sound Pressure Level, Frequency, and Propagation
23.4 Measuring Transient Noise
23.5 The Acoustic Environment
23.6 Health Effects of Noise
23.7 Noise Control
23.8 Conclusion
23.9 Problems
24. Environmental Impact and Economic Assessment
24.1 Environmental Impact and Economic Assessment
24.2 Environmental Impact
24.3 Socioeconomic Impact Assessment
24.4 Conclusion
24.5 Problems
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