Stantec at the European Waste Water Management Conference 2019

July 9, 2019

Join our water experts share technical expertise and best practices in the management and treatment of wastewater

 

Our water experts are presenting at the European Waste Water Management Conference, 16 – 17 July at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, UK. The conference provides a forum for practitioners, managers and researchers to meet and discuss the needs and interests of the European water industry, learn about the latest technologies and find solutions to the challenges facing the industry. We hope to see you at one of the sessions!

Tuesday 16 July 2019

Room 3 - Arden | Theme: Process Modelling and Design

Time: 11.35 - 12.00
Description: Isabelle Lewin will present a technical session on the “Successful delivery of innovative design solutions through optimisation and process modelling”

Room 1 - Princes | Theme: Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal

Time: 12.50 - 13.15
Description: Narinder Sunner will deliver a technical session on “MABR as a low-energy compact solution for nutrient removal upgrades – results from a demonstration in the UK”

Time: 14.40 - 15.05
Description: Shirley Lang will present during the “Experience of Total Nitrogen removal in Southern Water” technical session

Room 2 - Library (London & Cambridge) | Theme: AMP 7 Challenges

Time: 16.25 - 16.50
Description: The water industry is facing one of its biggest challenges in its history with not only delivering one of the largest Asset Management Programmes (AMP) but also the most stringent consent parameters. In this technical session, Narinder Sunner will explore the challenges and potential solutions of delivering such a significant programme

Time: 16.50 - 17.15
Description: In this technical session, Stephen Palmer will explore “The role of the water industry in supporting sustainable economic growth for an advanced economy and the need for the water sector to maximise circular economy measures to minimise cost increases”

Wednesday 17 July 2019

Room 1 - Princes | Theme: Biological Phosphorus Removal

Time: 11.30 - 11.55
Description: Art Umble will deliver a technical session on the “Evolving world of biological phosphorus removal for treating wastewater: science and application’”

Time: 12.20 - 12.45
Description: In this technical session, Salvatore Planto will explore the benefit of implementing enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) plants to reduce the energy and carbon emissions from activated sludge plants

Time: 15.25 - 15.50
Description: Harriet Alford will be speaking during “The potential for Bio-P Removal; how low can you go?” technical session

Room 2  Library | Theme: Innovation

Time: 14.10 - 14.35
Description: Stephen Palmer will present a technical paper entitled “The fundamental biophysical relationships prevalent in municipal wastewater treatment biotreatment”

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