Hi, I’m Makoto from Japan. I will work on the analysis of perfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) and pharmaceuticals in wastewater with Sahar Dalahmeh at SLU’s Kretsloppsteknik group. Since I have been interested in sanitation research right from my Environmental Engineering bachelor studies in Japan, I am grateful for this opportunity to continue to learn and work at SLU.
Char and biochar workshop 2019
Applications, characterization, production
When? Friday, May 24th 2019
Where? DTU Lyngby Campus, Søltofts Plads – Building 229 (Lounge)
The H2020 Run4Life project is organising a Stakeholder Engagement Workshop as a side event at the IFAT trade fair in Munich, on May 17th. Everyone with an interest in nutrient recovery is invited to take part in this inspiring event. The programme includes a wide variety of speakers ensuring that it will be a very interesting morning. Please visit http://run4life-project.eu/run4life-ifat to have a look at the programme, and register your attendance.
How much water do each of us use every day? Can future sanitation systems and off-the-grid houses be designed so as to minimize energy and water consumption? Where does wastewater management fit into the waste hierarchy/pyramid? In his presentation, Björn Vinnerås, Associate Professor at SLU shares with us his vision of future housing: a future where there is ‘no need for network connections, neither electricity nor water, and nor wastewater’.