Technologies for improving the quality of natural waters

Type: For the student's choice

Department: constructive geography and cartography




SemesterAmount of hoursLecturerGroup(s)
1112Associate Professor Petrovska MyroslavaGrEM-21s


SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
1112GrEM-21sAssociate Professor Petrovska Myroslava

Course description

“Technologies for improving the quality of natural waters” is an elective discipline for students of the speciality “Environmental Protection Technologies”, an educational program of master’s degree. It is taught in the 3rd semester in the amount of 3 credits (according to the European Credit Transfer System ECTS).

The curriculum of the course acquaints with the legal and organizational bases of the water legislation of the country; requirements of current standards, building codes and design rules; standards for drinking and surface water quality; theoretical and scientific and technical basis of water treatment technologies, improvement of its quality; natural and wastewater treatment technologies.

As a result of studying this discipline, the student will be able to select the constructions of buildings and apparatus for water treatment, to determine reagents, to calculate doses of reagents to improve the quality of treated water, to protect natural bodies of water from pollution and rational use of water.