LEQUIA researchers participate in 2013 WEF/IWA conference on Nutrient Removal and Recovery in Vancouver (Canada)

This Specialty Conference covers the latest research and experience in all management aspects of nutrient removal. LEQUIA researchers will contribute with 2 oral presentations and 1 poster. 

The 2013 WEF/IWA international conference and exhibition on Nutrient Removal and Recovery will focus on trends in resource recovery and use and will be hold in Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada) from 28th to 31th July.  An important focus of this conference includes issues related to integrated nutrient management approaches for the beneficial and sustainable operation of wastewater facilities worldwide; the sustainable design, construction, and operation of sophisticated nutrient removal processes: including greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprints; energy efficiency, recovery, and reuse; sidestream treatment; nutrient recovery; chemical usage; and the development and application of sustainability metrics. 

LEQUIA researchers will contribute with 2 oral presentations and 1 poster:

  • N2O Dynamics in a PN-SBR treating mature landfill leachate; Authors: J. Gabarró, P. Gonzalez-Carcamo, M. Ruscalleda, R. Ganigue, M.D. Balaguer, J. Colprim; Poster
  • Biolectrochemical Nitrate Reduction of Contaminated Groundwater: Which electron donor source should we use? Authors: N. Pous, S. Puig, M.D. Balaguer, J. Colprim; Oral
  • Assessment of CFD and biological modelling with a multiphase Euler-Euler model for an Anammox reactor, Authors: A. Vilà, M. Ruscalleda, M.D. Balaguer, J. Colprim; Oral 


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