Profession liquid waste treatment plant operator
Liquid waste treatment technicians remove hazardous chemicals and pollutants from liquid waste such as oil so that it can be safely used for new applications. They operate and maintain liquid waste treatment equipment, monitor operations, and test samples to ensure the safety standards are met.
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- Hazardous waste treatment
The methods applied in the treatment and disposal of hazardous waste such as asbestos, dangerous chemicals, and various contaminants, as well as the surrounding environmental regulations and legislation.
- Chemical processes
The relevant chemical processes used in manufacture, such as purification, seperation, emulgation and dispergation processing.
- Waste and scrap products
The offered waste and scrap products, their functionalities, properties and legal and regulatory requirements.
- Hazardous waste types
The different types of waste which poses risks to the environment or public health and safety, such as radioactive waste, chemicals and solvents, electronics, and mercury-containing waste.
- Document analysis results
Document on paper or on electronic devices the process and the results of the samples analysis performed.
- Analyse experimental laboratory data
Analyse experimental data and interpret results to write reports and summaries of findings
- Handle chemicals
Safely handle industrial chemicals; use them efficiently and ensure that no harm is done to the environment.
- Perform laboratory tests
Carry out tests in a laboratory to produce reliable and precise data to support scientific research and product testing.
- Measure density of liquids
Measuring the density of liquids, including oils, using instruments such as hygrometers, or oscillating tubes.
- Ensure compliance with environmental legislation
Monitor activities and perform tasks ensuring compliance with standards involving environmental protection and sustainability, and amend activities in the case of changes in environmental legislation. Ensure that the processes are compliant with environment regulations and best practices.
- Handle waste
Handle and dispose of bio and chemical wastes in accordance with regulations.
- Perform water treatments
Perform regularly water testing, ensuring that water management and filtration processes follow reasonable management practices, industry standards, or commonly accepted farming practices. Record previous water contaminations, the source of contamination and contamination remedied. Take mitigation measures to guard against further contamination.
- Test chemical samples
Perform the testing procedures on the already prepared chemical samples, by using the necessary equipment and materials. Chemical sample testing involves operations such as pipetting or diluting schemes.
- Drain hazardous liquids
Drain substances which pose health and safety risks from equipment, appliances or installations in order to store the liquids according to safety guidelines and dispose or treat them as required.