Aquatech sessions: The Dutch approach to removal of micropollutants from municipal wastewater (live)
The Dutch Water Partners are implementing and researching technologies for removal of micropollutants from municipal wastewater. This research is carried out within extensive programs, which are initiated by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and managed by STOWA and the national Water Authorities. In this two-day event during the international Aquatech we present the approach and highlights of this innovative pilot research and the progress of full scale implementation.Register
At the Aquatech Expo, the Dutch Approach on reducing the discharge of micropollutants into surface water is presented. Through this program the implementation of full-scale installations to remove micropollutants is fast-tracked and innovations in technologies are subsidized. In this event the Dutch approach will be presented including technological challenges on implementation and innovation of technologies. International collaboration is key in this approach: European programs will also be presented.
Concerning innovative technologies: the results of more than 15 technologies which are tested in the Netherlands on pilot scale and full-scale will be presented. These technologies are promising because of the expected reductions on CO2-footprint, costs or enhance the effluent quality in respect to proven technologies, now built in Europe.
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Wednesday November 3rd: Tackling micropolllutants in wastewater; policies, implementation and innovation
10.30 -12.30 Tackling micropollutants in wastewater: policy meets practice in implementation
The highlights of the approach, research and implementation for removal of micropollutants including results of latest full-scale installations in the Netherlands and Europe
13.30-15.00 Tackling removal of micropollutants from wastewater: policy meets practice in innovation
Full scale and pilot research on Powerdered Activated Carbon (PAC) and combinations of Ozone/PAC
15.00-16.30 Lowering the CO2-footprint of Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC) by using non-fossil PAC
Pilot researches on non-fossil alternatives for Powdered Activated Carbon (PAC)
Thursday November 4th: Innovation in removal of micropollutants from wastewater
10.30-12.30 Lowering the CO2-footprint of Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)
Pilot researches on combinations of GAC with oxygen, ozone and biological degradation
13.30-15.00 Lowering the CO2-footprint and bromate formation through Oxidation
Pilot researches on combinations of ozone and biological degradation and ultrasound treatment
15.00-16.30 Upcycling wastewater
Upclycling wwtp effluents through combinations of coagulation, filtration, UV-treatment and physical-chemical treatment of raw influent
OPEN MIC - ELEVATOR PITCH: STOWA welcomes all other Dutch and international commercial or non-commercial parties, which have carried out research in the field op removal of micropollutants from municipal wastewater, to give a PITCH at one of the open podium vacancies throughout the event. Your pitch can be no longer than 3 minutes. If you want to pitch your idea, please contact for more information on selection Mirabella Mulder of STOWA, email@example.com
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