Sunday, September 22, 2013

Event - 2nd Conference on Low Energy Wastewater Treatment Systems

This event will take place on September 24, 2013 at 15 John Street, London, UK. With the ever increasing need for robust, sustainable and low cost treatment technologies, innovation in low energy options is key in helping the Water Industry meet its performance targets. The 2nd Low Energy Wastewater Treatment Systems Conference will focus on nutrient removal in small and medium works.

The programme consists of invited presentations from innovators from the water industry and academics conducting leading edge research on the topic, covering state-of-the-art technologies and results from specific case studies.


1. Morning Session Keynote "Optimising low energy wastewater treatment systems: radical vs. incremental innovation"
Adam Brookes - Innovation Programme Manager, Anglian Water, United Kingdom.

2. Afternoon Session Keynote "Achieving high nitrogen removal rates with reed beds"
Günter Langergraber - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria.

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