Friday 11 Jan 2019: Taking the P
Dr Nick Gardner - South West Water
Harrison 170 13:30-14:30
Phosphorus loading to the aquatic environment has come under much scrutiny over the last few years and ever-increasingly tighter consents are being imposed to limit the amount of phosphorus being discharged from Devon’s waste water treatment works. New and novel ways of removing the phosphorus in-works are being created within the treatment works, many of which were built in the 1960s and 70s and designed for conventional biological treatment rather than phosphorus removal.
An aquatic environmental scientist who somehow ended up in waste water treatment.