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The project is focused on investigating the production of laughing gas (N2O) in wastewater treatment operations. Laughing gas (N2O) is a greenhouse gas 300 times stronger than CO2 and a dominant ozone destroying chemical. Biological processes - the same that are essential for removing polluting reactive nitrogen from wastewaters - are potential sources of N2O. Read more About The Project!

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CONFERENCES & SEMINARS 2016

  • Come and listen to the presentation by Riccardo Boiocchi. "Performance Evaluation of a Single-stage Partial Nitritation-Anammox within the Context of a Plant-wide Wastewater Treatment Plant" at the 3rd IWA Specialized International conference “Ecotechnologies for waterwater treatment” (ecoSTP16), 27-30 June 2016, Cambridge, UK.

     

  • Come and listen to the presentation by Riccardo Boiocchi. " Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analysis of a Model Describing Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Wastewater Treatment Plants" at the 3rd IWA Specialized International conference “Ecotechnologies for waterwater treatment” (ecoSTP16), 27-30 June 2016, Cambridge, UK.

     

  • In the 5th IWA/WEF Wastewater Treatment Modelling Seminar (WWTmod2016, 2 - 6 April 2016) in Annecy (France), Carlos Domingo-Felez will present a poster on “Optimal experimental design for N2O model calibration during biological nitrogen removal”