Purifying plants, beverage, other industries for ‘water operators’ standards training programme

Public and private sector water and waste water operators in Guyana are to receive training sessions in water treatment and basic sanitation through a programme mandated by the Food and Drugs Division of the Ministry of Health.

The programme which is being executed by Empretec Guyana Inc and which commences later this month is being done “as a prerequisite of certifying the water operators through a series of formal training sessions that are uniquely developed to enhance the method of water purification and distillation currently practiced.”

Former Head of the local Food and Drugs Department Marilyn Collins, who is one of the Consultants structuring and delivering the programme told Stabroek Business in a telephone interview earlier this week that the overall aim of the exercise is to ensure that water available …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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