Water treatment operations can set a prime example of circular economy in action, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goal 12 for responsible consumption and production. What has traditionally been considered as waste – sewage water and sludge – carry great potential for value capture for instance in terms of nutrients and energy.
This year, in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Kemira is hosting a series of webinars discussing the optimization of sustainability performance in water treatment. This first webinar of the series drills into the topic of circularity, recycling and waste-to-value as well as the responsible production and use of chemicals. Topics featured will include:
• Wastewater treatment plants’ role in nutrient recovery, particularly in terms of phosphorus
• Making the most out of sludge as a resource
• The role of coagulants in circular economy, both in terms of production footprint and end-use handprint
• Optimizing processes and chemical consumption with latest digital technologies
In this webinar you will hear some examples naposim 5 of how to enhance the circularity performance of your water treatment operations, backed by science.
Join the 45-minute live webinar, hosted on Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 2 pm CET / 9 am EST. If you’re unable to join the live session, don’t worry – register anyway and you’ll receive the recording afterwards.
Find out more here