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Over the last several years, our Stuart Smith has had new opportunities to provide training in international venues, including:
We are in the midst of developing biofouling assessment training for the Queensland Department of Natural Resources Management Coal Seam Gas management group and a workshop for water and sanitation authorities in Tanzania.
Additionally, we have had opportunities to assist intraining U.S. Army Reserve drillers providing water supply drilling in Ethiopia.
It is nice to give training, but if you wish to (and you are wise), you learn, too. We learn how
It is gratifying to gain experience in making the concept of wellfield asset management and life-cycle cost-based planning translate in various cultures.
This kind of collaboration in training and learning improves our understanding of tasks we face, and gives us that wider perspective. And we get to meet interesting colleagues the world over.
We can supply courses to you as well (in English) and take proposals to develop on-line web-instruction courses.
Well chlorination only works properly if the well is clean. Biofouling and other in-fill are a source of chlorine demand and should be cleaned.