Dr. Michael Kuznetz, PE, CIH, CSP, BCEE
Dr. Michael Kuznetz has over 30 years of experience in environmental, civil and chemical engineering and occupational health and safety. He is a professional engineer licensed in 9 US states, a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and a Board Certified Environmental Engineer (BCEE). Michael specializes in Occupational Health Risk Assessment, Process Safety Management and Water/Wastewater Treatment Engineering. He received his BSc. Degree in Process Engineering from Baku-Azerbaijan Polytechnic Institute, a PhD in Toxicology from Baku-Azerbaijan State University, an MSc. Degree in Civil Engineering from the U. of MO-Columbia and a PhD in Interdisciplinary Engineering from the U. of MO-Kansas-City. Michael works as Principal Technical Consultant at EngIH in Houston, TX.
Courses Provided by Michael Kuznetz
CH-02-500 Wastewater Forcemain Odor Treatment – 2 PDH
This course describes the most common compounds, namely hydrogen sulfate H2S, contributing to corrosion of and the smell emanating from sewer collections systems and the most common H2S mitigation technologies.
CH-02-501 Treatment Technologies for Frac and Produced Water – 5 PDH
This course summarizes the theory and description of the wastewater treatment technologies potentially capable of reducing or eliminating organic pollutants in wastewater resulting from industrial processes and oil and gas exploration activities.
CH-02-502 Radioactivity Reduction Technologies for Frac and Produced Water – 1 PDH
This course provides a summary of the concept of frac and produced water and an overview of regulations and wastewater treatment methods.
CH-02-503 Lead and Copper Corrosion Control in Potable Water – 3 PDH
This course covers the USEPA Lead and Copper Rule and provides a summary of potable water systems operating in Texas.
CH-02-504 Air-Phase Mercury Removal – 1 PDH
This course presents the Universal Mercury Removal Efficiency Algorithm (UMREA) for electric utility boilers and power plants that use pulverized coal.
CH-02-505 Predicting Mercury Impacts to Groundwater from Coal Ash – 1 PDH
This course presents a new mathematical algorithm that defines the maximum initial mercury (HgII) concentration in groundwater leachate from a hypothetical coal combustion fly ash landfill.
CH-02-506 Mercury Contamination of Groundwater from Coal Ash – 1 PDH
This course presents the so-called Mercury Phase Transformation Algorithm (MPTA) for electric utility boilers and power plants that use pulverized coal.
CH-02-507 Soil Cation Exchange Capacity for Mercury – 1 PDH
This course presents the soil selectivity sequence and a cation exchange capacity (CEC) expression for mercury (II) which completes the author’s series of classes on mercury.
CH-02-508 Hydraulic Design of WW Lift Stations – 2 PDH
This course presents a summary of the principles of wastewater submerged centrifugal pump operations and wastewater wet well hydraulic design basics.
CH-04-509 Design of Sequencing Batch Reactors for Nitrification/Denitrification – 4 PDH
This course presents the principles of wastewater treatment using SBRs and introduces the author’s BOD and ammonia treatment design approach for SBRs.