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The first results of the H2020-MSCA ALICE project about wastewater and climate change will be discussed at an open workshop on the 12th of September at the School of Biological Science - Queens University Belfast.

The project, that is coordinated by Ulster University, aims to accelerate innovation in urban wastewater management for addressing the effects of climate change.


9am to 9.30am Registration and welcome
9.30am to 10am

Vulnerability and resilience screening of wastewater systems: A multiple perspectives approach

Alina Tapes, PhD student, BC3

10am to 10.30am

The impact of rainfall events on WWTP energy consumption: models and data 

Eoin Daly, PhD student, DCU University

10.30am to 11am

Hydrogen from wastewater

Khabir Islam, PhD student, Ulster University

11am to 11.30am Coffee break
11.30am to 12pm

Urban wastewater for irrigation and reuse: Innovative and solar processes

Leonidas Pérez, Researcher, CIEMAT

12pm to 12.30pm

Effect of new EU regulation on the reuse of wastewater

Pedro Simon, Technical Director, ESAMUR, Murcia

12.30pm to 1pm

Wastewater governance

Francisco Manuel Boluda Fernández, Department of Water, Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Region of Murcia

1pm to 1.15pm Q&A
1.15pm to 2pm Lunch

Event info

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Thursday 12 September

9am to 2pm

19 Chlorine Gardens Seminar Room 1, Queens’ University Belfast

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