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P 1.01
Use of soil column to assess ion mobility present in treated effluent
Poster 1.01 Agricultural reuse
R. DANTAS DE LUCENA ROCHA Presenter UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE PERNAMBUCOK. Barros da Silva UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE PERNAMBUCOL. BISERRA UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE PERNAMBUCOE. PASTICH UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE PERNAMBUCO
P 1.02
Irrigation with treated sewage for coriander seed germination
Poster 1.01 Agricultural reuse
N. Bomfim UFPEM. Henrique Gomes Ribeiro UFPEW. Leite Presenter UFPEM. Florêncio UFPEM. Kato UFPE
P 1.03
P 1.04
Treated domestic effluent reuse in the germination process of Zea Mays 'BRS Gorutuba'
Poster 1.01 Agricultural reuse
K. Barros da Silva Presenter Federal University of Pernambuco - Agreste Academic CenterE. Galindo Federal University of Pernambuco - Agreste Academic CenterE. França Federal University of Pernambuco - Agreste Academic CenterJ. Moreira Federal University of Pernambuco - Agreste Academic CenterN. Silva Federal University of Pernambuco - Agreste Academic Center
P 1.05
Enabling aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) by high flowrate filtration for improved water management
Poster 1.01 Agricultural reuse
J. Appels microLANM. Paalman KWR Water B.V.K. Raat Presenter KWR Watercycle Research Institute
P 1.06
P 1.07
Recommended Limits of Reclaimed Water for Industrial Use
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
H. Huang Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc.Y. Huang Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc.H. Tsai Presenter Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc.C. Chu Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc.Y. Chung Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Inc.
P 1.08
Reuse of treated wastewater in industrial symbiosis
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
K. Hoyer Presenter VA SYD
P 1.09
Long-term effect of oxygen concentration on BAC performance in a water reclamation plant
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
L. Palli University of FlorenceS. Fiaschi University of FlorenceM. Allocca GIDA SpAV. Viviani GIDA SpAC. Lubello University of FlorenceR. Gori University of FlorenceR. Camisa GIDA SpAD. Fibbi GIDA SpAE. Coppini Presenter GIDA SpA
P 1.10
Impact of organic fouling layers on the transport of micropollutants in FO process
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
D. Jang Presenter Korea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyS. Kang Korea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyS. Choi Korea Advanced Institute of Science
P 1.11
Novel Smart Assemblies for Industrial Waste Water Remediation
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
P. Ambre Presenter Bombay College of PharmacyJ. Paneysar Bombay College of PharmacyN. Ahmed Kingston University LondonS. Barton Kingston University LondonE. Coutinho Bombay College of Pharmacy
P 1.12
Multi-Criteria Assessment of Water Reuse in Industrial Parks
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
D. Pohl Presenter Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Waste Management (ISAH)M. Beier Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Waste Management (ISAH)J. Cristobal TU Darmstadt, Institut IWARJ. Hilbig Presenter IEEM gGmbHA. Dell Technische Universität Darmstadt, Institut für Geodäsie
P 1.13
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Water Reuse in Industrial Parks
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
J. Hilbig Presenter IEEM gGmbHK. Rudolph IEEM gGmbH & Faculty of Management and Economics, Witten/Herdecke UniversityB. Boysen IEEM gGmbHJ. Beckmann IEEM gGmbH
P 1.14
Establishing water reuse networks in mixed-industry parks using a model-based approach
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
D. Pohl Presenter Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Waste Management (ISAH)M. Beier Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Waste Management (ISAH)S. Köster Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Sanitary Engineering and Waste Management (ISAH)
P 1.15
Ceramic-based Microflotation-Microfiltration Process for the Reuse of Challenging Industrial Effluents Through the Removal of Suspended Solids, Fats, Oils and Greases
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
M. Beery Presenter akvola Technologies GmbHD. Srinivasan akvola Technologies GmbH
P 1.16
Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD): A water source and discharge solution
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
T. Arrowood Dow Water SolutionsJ. Henkel Presenter DuPont
P 1.17
Phosphate uptake from wastewater using iron oxide doped halloysite nanotubes
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
D. Almasri Presenter Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI)M. Atieh Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute/Hamad Bin Khalifa UniversityS. Ahzi Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute
P 1.18
Wastewater reuse in a potato factory: from pilot studies to full scale reuse plant
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
S. Dr. Lübbecke Presenter Evides IndustriewaterD. Dr. Moed Evides Industriewater B.V.E. Koper Evides Industriewater B.V.
P 1.19
Stabilized-hypobromite as a novel agent for biofouling control in the polyamide RO membrane systems
Poster 1.02 Industrial reuse
Y. NAKAMURA Presenter ORGANO CORPORATIONH. Yoshikawa ORGANO CORPORATIONT. Oe ORGANO CORPORATION
P 1.20
Enhancement of water reuse in GIDA: design of a biodiversity garden and a service area
Poster 1.03 Urban reuse including landscape irrigation (non potable)
D. Iacopini Gestione Impianti Depurazione Acque S.p.A.M. Allocca Gestione Impianti Depurazione Acque S.p.A.B. Gargani Studio BiosferaG. Bettini Studio BiosferaE. Coppini Presenter GIDA SpAE. Bettazzi Gestione Impianti Depurazione Acque S.p.A.
P 1.21
Flushing toilets with Seawater a step in creating sustainable cities
Poster 1.03 Urban reuse including landscape irrigation (non potable)
B. Godskesen Presenter Technical University of Denmark (DTU)M. Vester HOFORH. Hoffmann HOFORH. Albrechtsen Technical University of Denmark (DTU)M. Rygaard Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
P 1.22
Fouling characteristics of reverse osmosis membrane along feed channel of a full-scale plant for municipal wastewater reclamation
Poster 1.03 Urban reuse including landscape irrigation (non potable)
X. Tong Presenter Tsinghua UniversityY. Wang Tsinghua UniversityY. Bai Tsinghua UniversityX. Zhao Tsinghua UniversityT. Yu Tsinghua UniversityN. Ikuno Kurita Water Industries Ltd.Y. Wu Tsinghua UniversityH. Hu Tsinghua University
P 1.23
Season effect on the efficiency of domestic grey water treatment by Green wall and Advanced Oxidation Processes for irrigation reuse: GrowGreen project
Poster 1.03 Urban reuse including landscape irrigation (non potable)
A. Lara Presenter LEITAT Technological CenterR. Rodríguez-Alegre Presenter LEITAT Technological CenterA. Marí Presenter LEITAT Technological CenterE. Licon LEITAT Technological Center
P 1.24
Ultrafiltration allows water reuse to mitigate water scarcity in northeast Brazil
Poster 1.03 Urban reuse including landscape irrigation (non potable)
V. Kohlgrüber RWTH Aachen - ISAA. Abels RWTH Aachen - ISAJ. Wolters Presenter RWTH Aachen - ISAJ. Pinnekamp RWTH Aachen - ISA
P 1.25
Characterization of Microbial Community Structure on Biofilm in Forward Osmosis Membrane
Poster 1.08 Integrated reuse systems (industrial, urban, rural)
A. Jang Presenter Sungkyunkwan UniversityS. Im Sungkyunkwan UniversityS. OH Sungkyunkwan Univ. (SKKU)S. Jeong Sungkyunkwan University
P 1.26
Modelling the behaviour of trace organic compounds during an aquifer recharge pilot-scale experiment: the SMARTplus tank
Poster 1.04 Groundwater recharge
B. Moser Presenter Carl von Ossietzky University of OldenburgA. Sanz Prat Carl von Ossietzky University of OldenburgJ. Greskowiak Carl von Ossietzky University of OldenburgS. Karakurt Technical University of MunichU. Hübner Technical University of MunichJ. Drewes Technical University of MunichG. Massmann Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
P 1.27
Carbon Fiber-based Flow-Through Electrode System (FES) for Point-of-Use Reclaimed Water Disinfection
Poster 1.05 Small-scale/decentralized systems
H. Liu Presenter Tsinghua UniversityH. Hu Tsinghua University
P 1.28
The influence of an extra aeration pipe in a sand filter performance as anaerobic post-treatment system
Poster 1.05 Small-scale/decentralized systems
D. Camargo Bueno University of CampinasB. Gomes University of CampinasR. Lima Coasaca University of CampinasL. Paulino Leonel University of CampinasA. Tonetti Presenter University of Campinas
P 1.29
UV-LED as alternative to anaerobic systems effluents disinfection
Poster 1.05 Small-scale/decentralized systems
N. Bochi Silva University of CampinasL. Paulino Leonel Presenter University of CampinasA. Tonetti University of Campinas
P 1.30
Wastewater reuse in agriculture: an alarming presence of pathogens
Poster 1.05 Small-scale/decentralized systems
L. Paulino Leonel Presenter University of CampinasA. Tonetti University of Campinas
P 1.31
Operating world’s first UV Hypo AOP System for Reuse – An Operators Story
Poster 1.06 Potable reuse (surface water augmentation and groundwater recharge)
J. Scheideler Presenter Xylem Services GmbH
P 1.32
Degradation Emerging Contaminant and Elimination of Toxic By-products from Reclaimed Water by Catalytic Ozonation
Poster 1.06 Potable reuse (surface water augmentation and groundwater recharge)
Y. Zhang Presenter Beijing Forestry UniversityY. An Beijing University of Civil Engineering and ArchitectureD. Yuan Beijing University of Civil Engineering and ArchitectureY. Li Beijing Forestry UniversityW. Meng Beijing Forestry UniversityF. Qi Beijing Forestry University
P 1.33
A new insight into ozonation coupled with tubular ceramic membrane in wastewater treatment: performance, membrane fouling formation and the mitigation mechanism
Poster 1.06 Potable reuse (surface water augmentation and groundwater recharge)
F. Qi Presenter Beijing Forestry University, BeijingY. Li Beijing Forestry University, BeijingY. Zhang Beijing Forestry University, BeijingC. Liu Beijing Forestry University, BeijingB. Xu Beijing Forestry University, BeijingF. Qi
P 1.34
Total Organic Carbon as a Surrogate for the Removal of Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in the Coagulation-Flocculation Process
Poster 1.06 Potable reuse (surface water augmentation and groundwater recharge)
K. Pierce Presenter University of Nevada, RenoK. Pagilla University of Nevada, RenoB. Jahan University of Nevada, Reno.
P 1.35
Direct Potable Reuse in the City of Cape Town to Improve Water Supply Resiliency
Poster 1.07 Direct potable reuse
G. du Toit Presenter Aurecon South Africa
P 1.36
Smart Biodegradable Composite Materials for Waste Water Management
Poster 1.08 Integrated reuse systems (industrial, urban, rural)
J. Paneysar Presenter Bombay College of PharmacyP. Ambre Bombay College of PharmacyA. Vasilaki Kingston University LondonS. Barton Kingston University LondonE. Coutinho Bombay College of Pharmacy
P 1.37
Integrated water management for industrial parks in Vietnam – a case study for textile industry
Poster 1.08 Integrated reuse systems (industrial, urban, rural)
M. Sabelfeld Presenter Technische Universität BerlinS. Geißen Technische Universität Berlin
P 1.38
Single household greywater recycling using Constructed wetland in developing countries
Poster 1.09 Reuse in developing countries
S. Mutnuri Presenter bits pilani goa campus
P 1.39
Wastewater disinfection for agricultural reuse using solar radiation in a developing county: field observations
Poster 1.09 Reuse in developing countries
T. Lima da Silva São Paulo State University (UNESP) - Agronomic Science Faculty, Campus of BotucatuR. Sánchez Román Presenter Department of Rural Engineering, Agronomic Science Faculty- São Paulo State University, Botucatu-SPJ. Thomaz Queluz Institute of Geosciences and Exact Sciences- São Paulo State University, Rio Claro-SP
P 1.40
Reclaimed Water Development and Opportunity in Taiwan
Poster 1.09 Reuse in developing countries
H. Tai Presenter K. CHANG Water Resources Agency, MOEAQ. ZHENG Water Resources Agency, MOEAT. CHEN Water Resources Agency, MOEAY. WANG Chung Yuan Christian UniversityS. YOU Chung Yuan Christian University
P 1.41
Mine water reuse as option for urban areas close to mining
Poster 1.09 Reuse in developing countries
K. Brömme Ruhr University BochumH. Stolpe Ruhr-University BochumV. Trinh Quoc Ruhr University BochumJ. Wiggett Presenter Ruhr-universität Bochum
P 1.42
Integrated water management and water reuse solutions for prosperous regions tackling water scarcity
Poster 1.09 Reuse in developing countries
M. Krauss Presenter Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Siedlungswasserbau, Wassergüte- und AbfallwirtschaftS. Wasielewski Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Siedlungswasserbau, Wassergüte- und AbfallwirtschaftS. Stauder TZW: DVGW-Technologiezentrum WasserP. Richter Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Siedlungswasserbau, Wassergüte- und AbfallwirtschaftP. Maurer Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Siedlungswasserbau, Wassergüte- und AbfallwirtschaftM. Hügler TZW: DVGW-Technologiezentrum WasserY. Zahumensky Universität Stuttgart, Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Risiko - und InnovationsforschungH. Kosow Universität Stuttgart, Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Risiko - und InnovationsforschungC. León Universität Stuttgart, Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Risiko - und InnovationsforschungR. Minke Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Siedlungswasserbau, Wassergüte- und Abfallwirtschaft
P 1.43
Greywater Cooling Tower- Wastewater Treatment in Façade Structures for Cooling houses and Urban Green
Poster 1.09 Reuse in developing countries
T. Zinati Shoa Presenter TU BerlinM. Lenzen TU BerlinC. Riechelmann TU BerlinM. Barjenbruch TU Berlin
P 2.01
A CASE STUDY OF 7 YEARS OPERATION OF A2/O-MBR IN XIAN SIYUAN UNIVERSITY
Poster 2.01 Operation, maintenance and service arrangements
d. li Presenter siyuan university
P 2.02
Finding sustainability pathways in wastewater management systems in an inter-disciplinary and participatory manner in Latin America
Poster 2.02 Monitoring and compliance
L. Benavides Mondragon United Nations University -Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)T. Avellan Presenter United Nations University -Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)S. Caucci United Nations University -Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)A. Hahn United Nations University -Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)S. Kirschke United Nations University -Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)A. Mueller Technische Universität Dresden and United Nations University -Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)
P 2.03
MBR - The Corner Stone Of Water Reuse Adoption
Poster 2.03 Market acceptance of reuse solutions
S. DONNAZ Presenter Suez International Treatment InfrastructureS. Katz Suez Water Treatment SolutionsM. Sanz Suez Treatment Infrastructure
P 2.04
Drip irrigation biofouling with treated wastewater: Influence of hydrodynamic conditions on microbial communities and pathogen persistence
Poster 2.05 Risk management
K. Lequette LBE, Univ Montpellier, INRAN. Ait Mouheb Presenter IRSTEA - UMR G-EAUN. Wéry LBE, Univ Montpellier, INRA
P 2.05
Risk Assessment Study Of Biofilm & Chlorine Stability In Recycled Water Distribution System
Poster 2.05 Risk management
A. Listowski Presenter University of Technology Sydney
P 2.06
SHAREBOX - Developing a secure management platform for shared process resources
Poster 2.08 Partnerships for reuse scheme development/ Industrial symbiosis
N. Heine Presenter DECHEMA e.V.
P 3.01
Fluorite removal by modified activated aluminum for wastewater reuse
Poster 3.01 Extending the limits of traditional treatments
C. Huang Presenter National Chiao Tung UviversirtY. Chen National Chiao Tung University
P 3.02
The influences of biological carriers on the performance of anammox process:comparison of GAC and PVA-gel beads
Poster 3.01 Extending the limits of traditional treatments
X. Zhang Presenter Fuzhou UniversityZ. Li Fuzhou UniversityJ. Zhang Fujian Provincial Academy of Environmental Science
P 3.03
Assessments of recycled water sources for recreational water replenishment in urban area
Poster 3.01 Extending the limits of traditional treatments
H. Chen National Taiwan UniversityT. Ou National Taiwan UniversityG. Wang Presenter National Taiwan University
P 3.04
Indirect methods based on stochastical modelling for peracetic acid decay estimation in wastewater
Poster 3.01 Extending the limits of traditional treatments
J. Foschi Presenter Politecnico di MilanoR. Delli Compagni Politecnico di MilanoM. Cascio Politecnico di MilanoA. Turolla Politecnico di MilanoM. Antonelli Politecnico di Milano
P 3.05
Efficient aeration for biological wastewater treatment
Poster 3.01 Extending the limits of traditional treatments
S. Reinecke Presenter Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-RossendorfE. Mohseni Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.R. Herrmann-Heber Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.U. Hampel Chair of Imaging Techniques in Energy and Process Engineering, Technische Universität
P 3.06
Risks of inhalation exposure of reclaimed water and toxicity removal by oxidation treatments
Poster 3.02 Developing risk assessment models: microbial and chemical components
Y. Lu Presenter Tsinghua University
P 3.08
DO CONVENTIONAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROCESSES EFFECTIVELY REMOVE EMERGING CONTAMINANTS FOR WATER REUSE PURPOSES?
Poster 3.02 Developing risk assessment models: microbial and chemical components
M. Thoola Presenter Umgeni WaterS. Mazibuko Presenter Umgeni WaterL. Maharaj Umgeni Water
P 3.09
Fenton based advanced oxidation processes for organics removal in reverse osmosis concentrate
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
M. Wu NUSQ. Cai NUSB. Lee NUSS. Ong NUSJ. Hu Presenter National University of Singapore
P 3.10
Treatment of phenol production wastewater with combined catalytic ozonation-biological process
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
L. Jothinathan NUSG. Oh NUSW. Loh NUSS. Ong NUSJ. Hu Presenter National University of Singapore
P 3.12
Effects of Water Matrices on Radical Distribution in the UV/monochloramine Process for Potable Water Reuse
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
Z. ZHONG Presenter Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyR. YIN Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyY. XIANG Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyC. SHANG Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
P 3.13
Photochemical Oxidation of Emerging Contaminants Using a Combination of Solar Irradiation and Free Available Chlorine
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
X. Yang Presenter Sun Yat-sen UniversityS. Cheng Sun Yat-sen UniversityX. Zhang Sun Yat-sen University
P 3.14
Performance and Mechanisms of Ultrafiltration Membrane Fouling Mitigation in a Novel Electrochemical Membrane Reactor (EMR)
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
C. Hu Presenter Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
P 3.15
Visible-light-driven photocatalytic disinfection on antibiotic resistant bacteria in secondary treated effluent
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
Y. Sun Presenter Beijing Technology and Business University
P 3.16
Electrochemical precipitation reactor for water softening and diclofenac removal
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
T. Muddemann Presenter Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process EngineeringD. Haupt CUTEC Clausthaler Umwelttechnik ForschungszentrumM. Sievers CUTEC Clausthaler Umwelttechnik ForschungszentrumU. Kunz Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering
P 3.17
Removal of Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in Wastewater Using Electrocoagulation
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
M. Kim Seoul National UniversityK. ZOH Presenter Seoul National University
P 3.18
Supporting water reuse by innovative materials - BMBF Funding Measure “Materials for a sustainable water management (MachWas)”
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
S. Giebner Presenter DECHEMA e.V.K. Wendler DECHEMA e.V.T. Track DECHEMA e.V.
P 3.19
Innovative treatment scheme for Water reuse in the petrochemical industry
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
V. Gomez Presenter The Dow Chemical CompanyD. Arias The Dow Chemical CompanyE. Taberna Veolia Water TechnologiesJ. Sanz Veolia Water TechnologiesC. Bosch CTM Foundation - EURECATM. Calderer CTM Foundation - EURECATX. Martinez Lladó CTM Foundation - EURECAT
P 3.20
Improvement of energy efficiency of electrochemical industrial wastewater treatment
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
D. Haupt Presenter CUTEC Clausthaler Umwelttechnik ForschungszentrumT. Muddemann TU-Clausthal, ICVTU. Kunz TU-Clausthal, ICVTM. Sievers CUTEC Clausthaler Umwelttechnik Forschungszentrum
P 3.21
Is Biochar adsorbent a viable option for removal of emerging contaminants from treated wastewater?
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
S. Yanala University of Nevada, Reno.K. Pagilla University of Nevada, Reno.K. Pierce Presenter University of Nevada, Reno
P 3.22
Water Structures & Membrane Systems - Rising Performance with Catalytic Water Treatment -
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
J. Koppe Presenter MOL Katalysatortechnik GmbHG. Battagello MOL Katalysatortechnik GmbH
P 3.23
Water Reuse and Desalination Concepts to Increase Water Availability
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
C. Jungfer Presenter DECHEMA e.V.T. Track DECHEMA e.V.
P 3.24
An innovative bioreactor for sustainable industrial wastewater treatment finalized to water reuse and resource recovery
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
M. Tomei Presenter Water Research Institute of the Italian National Research CouncilD. Mosca Angelucci Water Research Institute of the Italian National Research Council
P 3.25
Nitrate removal from secondary effluent using solid-phase denitrification process
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
W. Qin Presenter Tsinghua UniversityX. Wen Tsinghua University
P 3.26
Ultrasonic TiO2 solar photodecomposition and biocarbon sorption processes to remove amoxicillin and cephalexin from binary systems.
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
N. Ortiz Presenter Institute for Nuclear and Energy Research - IPENT. Nicolau Institute for Nuclear and Energy Research - IPENJ. Souza Institute for Nuclear and Energy Research - IPENA. Silva Carbosolo Desenvolvimento Agrícola Ltda - Cietec
P 3.27
Using microstructured yeast as biotemplate for TiO2 deposition applied on amoxicillin solar photodecomposition
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
N. Ortiz Presenter Institute for Nuclear and Energy Research - IPENF. Maichin Institute for Nuclear and Energy Research - IPENM. Macedo Institute for Nuclear and Energy Research - IPEN
P 3.28
Ciprofloxacin (CIP) degradation and CIP resistant E.faecium inactivation by UV-LED/chlorine process
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
T. Kim Seoul National UniversityK. ZOH Presenter Seoul National University
P 3.29
Hybrid systems based on ultrafiltration membranes and powdered activated carbon for advanced waste water treatment
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
G. Hoffmann University Duisburg-EssenJ. Koti Presenter University Duisburg-EssenP. Berg inge GmbHS. Panglisch University Duisburg-Essen
P 3.30
Removal of micro-pollutants and closing the water cycle using hollow fiber nanofiltration
Poster 3.03 Innovative treatment technologies and applications
E. Roesink NXFiltration/ University of TwenteR. Negrini Presenter NXFiltration
P 3.31
Biomass and lipid production of autotrophic oleaginous microalgae using leachate of saline-alkali land from Shandong Province
Poster 3.04 New reuse concepts
Y. He Beijing Forestry UniversityY. HONG Presenter Beijing Forestry UniversityX. Liu Beijing Forestry UniversityW. Gu Beijing Forestry University
P 3.32
Reuse focused water reclamation technology in urban areas: An analysis of Indian Scenario
Poster 3.04 New reuse concepts
P. K. Singh Presenter Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (India)S. Maurya IIT(BHU)A. Ohri IIT(BHU)
P 3.33
Water reuse under the perspectives of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus and the Water-Soil-Waste Nexus
Poster 3.05 Water, food, and energy nexus in reuse
A. Mueller Presenter Technische Universität Dresden and United Nations University -Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)T. Avellan United Nations University -Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and of Resources (UNU-FLORES)J. Schanze Technische Universität Dresden
P 3.34
Using Treated Sewage Effluent to increase water security in Qatar
Poster 3.05 Water, food, and energy nexus in reuse
H. Baalousha Presenter Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI)F. Ramasomanana Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI)
P 3.35
Water and Energy Nexus in Agricultural Water Supply for the Water-Energy-Food Nexus Approach
Poster 3.05 Water, food, and energy nexus in reuse
E. Choi Presenter Korea Rural Community CorporationS. Lee Korea Rural Community CorporationS. Hur National Institute of Agricultural Science, RDA
P 3.36
Energy recovery from solids produced in biological domestic wastewater treatment.
Poster 3.06 Energy/ Nutrient recovery
Y. ANDRES Presenter IMT AtlantiqueC. Gerente IMT Atlantique
P 3.37
Life Cycle Assessment of heat recovery systems for use with drain water from commercial kitchens
Poster 3.06 Energy/ Nutrient recovery
I. Schestak Presenter Bangor University
P 3.38
UV-H2O2-treatment of RO brine from municipal wastewater: comparison of UV-LED and LP-UV
Poster 3.07 Concentrate and residual management
M. Umar Presenter Norwegian Institute for Water Research
P 3.39
The 4th treatment step - Our way towards reuse in Germany?
Poster 3.09 Integrating reuse in existing systems
J. Scheideler Presenter Xylem Services GmbHR. Achim Xylem Services GmbH
P 3.40
Beneficial wastewater use: Sorghum for fodder and energy
Poster 3.05 Water, food, and energy nexus in reuse
F. JAFARPISHEH Flinders UniversityH. Fallowfield Presenter Flinders University