Water quality professionals within utilities. Professionals interested in the latest technical and non-technical advances to deal with contaminants of emerging concern.
The webinar will present possible technological and non-technological abatement options to deal with emerging contaminants of concern and ensure water quality standards.
Two cases will be introduced, one from the Netherlands and one from NEWater the water reuse initiative from PUB in Singapore. The management of emerging contaminant in both cases are presented. Various abatement options will be discussed with the audience, based on the existing assessments regarding their efficiencies to improve water quality and their potential for implementation.
Participants will be able to
- Identify both non-technological and technological options for the abatement of emerging contaminants in water
- Describe the diverse alternatives considered to manage emerging contaminants in water in the Netherlands.
- learn the technological and non-technological measures taken for the abatement & removal of emerging contaminants in NEWater and drinking water cycle- Singapore case study.
Hu Jiangyoung. Director, Center for Water research. National University of Singapore. Chair of IWA specialist group on Assessment and Control of Hazardous Substances in Water