7th IWA International Conference on eco-Technologies for Wastewater Treatment

Local Organizer: KTH Royal Institute of technology and Mälardalen University
Community Organizer:
  • ecoSTP2025


Vision and Scope

Increasing population and climate change directly affect water related subjects such as water quality, scarcity, resource recovery. Even innovative developments in water/wastewater area, there are many technology developments in the lab-, pilot- scale which cannot reach the water market. Eco-STP 2025 aims to bring the professionals from both academia and industry to discuss the cutting-edge technologies in both municipal and industrial wastewater treatment including water, energy and material recovery, sustainability, sewage epidemiology, governmental decision mechanisms.


  • Resource recovery and water reuse
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Removal of emerging contaminants
  • Anaerobic treatment/digestion
  • Advance treatment technologies
  • Nature-based Solutions
  • Wastewater-based Epidemiology
  • Digitalization, modelling and decision support tools
  • Techno Economical Evaluation and Sustainability
  • Water governance including new EU Urban Wastewater Directive
  • Integration of emerging wastewater technologies including source separated systems in Circular Cities


  • Resource Recovery
  • Wastewater
  • Circular cities
  • Water reuse
  • Emerging technologies

Programme Committee

Name Affiliation Country
Zeynep Cetecioglu Gurol
KTH Royal Institute of Technology Sweden
Eva Thorin
Mälardalen University Sweden
Sebastian Schewede
Mälardalen University Sweden
Juan Lema
University of Santiago de Compostela Spain
Elzbieta Plaza
KTH Royal Institute of Technology Sweden
Maite Pijuan
ICRA Spain
Francesco Fatone
Università Politecnica delle Marche Italy
Ana Soarez
Cranfield University United Kingdom
Björn Vinnerås
SLU Sweden
Manuela Antonelli
Politecnico di Milano Italy
Maria Reis
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa Portugal
Ignasi Rodríguez-Roda Layret
University of Girona Spain
Raquel Lebrero Fernandez
University of Valladolid Spain
Konrad Koch
Technical University of Munich Germany
Xavier Flores Alsina
Denmark Technical University Denmark