Parkson Debuts Educational Video Series on Wastewater Treatment

Parkson Debuts Educational Video Series on Wastewater Treatment

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Parkson Corp. recently announced the release of Parkson University — a new, educational video series, which reviews the basics of wastewater treatment and is geared toward both beginners and experienced wastewater industry professionals.

Parkson aims to explain complex ideas in a simple way with easy-to-follow, entertaining videos.

While there are numerous resources for industry operators, engineers, students and the public to learn about wastewater treatment, many of these sources fail to start at the beginning and teach from the ground up, according to a representative from Parkson. This video series does the opposite, starting with the very basics and working up through much more technical subjects and the science of treatment, explained simply.

“Whether you don’t know the first thing about what happens when you flush the toilet, or you’re an engineer or operator with 20-plus years of experience under your belt, there is certainly something in this series for you,” Parkson wrote in a press release. “From general contents of wastewater, to measuring BOD and TSS, to the science behind the anaerobic digestion process, these videos take a holistic approach to the treatment process. We first answer why we are treating what we treat and then review how we treat it, in a way anyone can understand.”

For a full list of videos, visit Parkson’s YouTube channel at To submit questions or suggestions for future video topics, contact Lydia Ebert at Check out the first video in the series below.


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