European Waste Water Management Conference

 

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Posters

Sewer Model Calibration: the prerequisite for workable CSOs, Flood and real time control: a perspective based on the Danish water sector
Salau, N., Denmark

The in-situ treatment of landfill leachate, using the natural process of bioremediation and chemical adsorption into a fixed bed column
Morris, S.1, Garcia-Cabellos, G.1, Enright, D.2, Ryan, D.1 and Enright, A-M.1., 1EnviroCore, Institute of Technology Carlow, Ireland, 2Institute of Technology Tralee, Ireland

Real Time Control (RTC): a step towards the digitalisation of our sewage treatment works
Bobbio, J. and Germain-Cripps, E., Thames Water Utilities, UK

The impact of entrapment of algae on simultaneous nutrient removal
Kube, M.1, Spedding, B.2, Fan, L.1 and Roddick, F.1, 1RMIT University, Australia, 2South East Water Corporation, Australia

Microplastics characterisation in a tertiary wastewater treatment plant in the UK
Blair, R.M.1, Waldron, S.1, Gauchotte-Lindsay, C.1 and Phoenix, V.2, 1University of Glasgow, Glasgow,
2University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

The potential for managing landfill leachate by applying to SRC willow – Investigation into the efficacy of utilising the biomass energy crop for environmentally sustainable on-site leachate management and treatment while contributing to a biomass supply chain
Johnston, C. and Walsh, L., Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI), UK

Applying a novel approach for monitoring microplastics in wastewater effluent
Horton, A.A., Jürgens, M.D., Lahive, E., Johnson, A.C., Spurgeon, D.J. and Svendsen, C., Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK

Initial studies on screening the effect of pharmaceutically contaminated wastewater on the anaerobic digestion process
Alenzi, A., Hunter, C. and Pahl, O., School of Engineering & Built Environment, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland

Assessing the contribution of wastewater treatment to microplastic pollution
Stanton, T.1, Johnson, M.1, Nathanail, P.2, Gomes, R.L.3, 1School of Geography, University of Nottingham, 2Land Quality Management Ltd, University of Nottingham Innovation Park, 3Food, Water, Waste Research Group, Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham

Phosphorous recovery and the Phos4You project in Ireland
O’Dwyer, D.1, Harrington, J.1, O’Donnell, C.2, Power, N.2, Barnett, D.2, Fitzgibbon, K.3, Byrne, E.3,  1School of Building & Civil Engineering, and Sustainable Infrastructure Research & Innovation Group, Cork Institute of Technology, 2Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure Research & Innovation Group, Cork Institute of Technology, 3Water Systems & Services Innovation Centre, Nimbus Centre, Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland

Chlamydomonas acidophila as an alternative for Phosphorous recovery from wastewater
Reichelt, L.-D., Escudero, A., Hunter, C., Pahl, O., Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

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