Past Event

Open Lecture & Webinar on New Technologies for Water and Sewage Treatment

June 3, 2016
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Fundação Getúlio Vargas, São Paulo

Water reuse and recycling offer a resource and energy efficient alternate to continued water mining for meeting potable and non-potable demands.  By some accounts, untreated sewage streams contain about an order of magnitude higher resources and energy compared to the resources invested to ‘treat’ them to receiving water quality standards.  Accordingly, a newer model of extracting resources and energy from ‘polluted’ water streams could act as a platform not just to attain the requisite water quality objectives, but also to do so at a lower resource and energy footprint.  In this presentation, the prospect of employing engineered resource recovery to drive water reuse and recycling is presented.

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