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ETP Operator - Effluent Treatment (2-5 yrs)

Andhra Pradesh/Bhimavaram Job Code: 16928

ETP Management (Chemical Engineer knowledge in handling ETP)

- Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) 


Skills and responsibilities of the operator :

The objective is to make sure the staff is able to ensure a proper operation of the ETP. Therefore the factory needs to control that :


- The ETP operator is competent and knowledgeable to control the ETP; 


- The ETP operator's tasks and responsibilities are clearly defined and followed.

- ETP manager/operator who will be the responsible person for the overall ETP operation and maintenance.


The profile of the ETP operator should be in line with the requirements below :


- Technical background experience in operating a wastewater treatment plant; 


- Knowledge in microbiology and environmental chemistry and experience in sampling and testing water; 


- Experience in performing daily checks of the wastewater treatment process; 


- Understanding of the machinery used for wastewater treatment and pumping system; 


- Ability to diagnose and correct wastewater treatment plant malfunctions.

Provide clear duties and responsibilities to the ETP operator (who might share the tasks among his team) and make sure he/she knows how to use the ETP operation & maintenance manual and understands its content. Operator's tasks are : 


- Follow the instructions of the ETP operation & maintenance manual; 


- Control dosage of chemicals and nutrients based on the wastewater characteristics; 


- Operate and maintain the screens, grit removal devices, pumps, aerators, etc.; 


- Perform the daily, weekly and monthly controls and preventive maintenance operations and detect troubles ;


 - Ensure the water quality monitoring before, during and after treatment.

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