Advanced Technologies for Water Resource Management

Wilson Mcgarel, Patricia Mccrory ... 90 pages - Publisher: Intl Water Assn (May, 2016) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 1780406576 - ISBN-13: 978-1780406572.

Advanced Technologies for Water Resource Management (ATWARM), an FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network, established a European multi-site network of researchers to deliver individual research projects at: Queen's University Belfast (UK), Dublin City University (IE), University of Duisburg-Essen (DE), Cranfield University (UK), IWW Water Centre (DE), Northern Ireland Water (UK) and T.E. Laboratories Ltd (IE). The fundamental objective of the network was to provide researchers with greatly enhanced scientific and technical knowledge combined with multidisciplinary and business skills that would enable them to contribute to the security of water quality and quantity within the EU. Key scientific objectives included the development of: Novel technologies that improve the efficiency and sustainability of water and wastewater treatment processes, particularly technologies for nutrient and pollutant removal, Technologies that secure a paradigm shift from energy intensive wastewater treatment processes to wastewater treatment processes that produce energy, Technologies that allow the accurate measurement of emissions from water and wastewater treatment plants and establish the carbon footprint of technology options Innovative technologies for the detection and remediation of pollutants using a new generation of analysis and remote sensing technologies. Book chapters follow the key objectives of the research and include: Physico-chemical methods for the treatment of wastewater; Analytical chemistry applications for the treatment of wastewater; Sensor technology for measurement of water quality; Biological techniques and sustainable water management.

Advanced Technologies for Water Resource Management, Wilson Mcgarel, Patricia Mccrory

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