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Helping Solve Global Water Sustainability Challenges of the Future – Development of Membrane Technologies to Allow Full Wastewater Recycling


Global climate change coupled with increasing population growth requires us to radically re-think how we provide water for households, businesses and industry in the future.

 

Global climate change coupled with increasing population growth requires us to radically re-think how we provide water for households, businesses and industry in the future. Most regional water sources are almost fully utilised to meet current demand and will not be able to meet future demand.

In this professorial inaugural lecture Leeds Beckett's Professor Parneet Paul will discuss his research into increasing wastewater reuse after optimal treatment using novel membrane technologies.

Parneet Paul is Professor in the School of Built Environment & Engineering at Leeds Beckett University.

This lecture is part of Leeds Beckett University's Professorial Inaugural Lecture Series.


Event Details

13 March 2019 -
13 March 2019
18:00 to 19:00                      (Arrival from 17:30)
Lecture Theatre C, Level 4, Rose Bowl, City Campus, Leeds Beckett University
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