The Algae Biomass Organization has partnered with the Water Environment Federation to offer a special forum on wastewater treatment in conjunction with the Algae Biomass Summit in Phoenix, AZ. The forum will take place on Sunday, October 23rd, and will provide an overview of algae biotechnology for wastewater treatment as well as insights into design, financing and regulatory considerations for algae in the industry.
The forum promises to bring together algae technology developers, design and engineering firms, municipalities, regulators, and other stakeholders to review the state of algae-based tertiary waste water treatment systems. Expert panelists will discuss how microalgae-based approaches offer a game-changing solution for wastewater treatment.
- John Benemann, MicroBio Engineering
- Tryg Lundquist, CalPoly
- Frank Rogalla, Aqualia
- Ron Simms, Utah State University
- Noah Mundt, Siemens
- Daniel Higgins, GE Power & Water
- Kuldip Kumar, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago
- Robert Bastian, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
For more details, visit the Algae Biomass Summit website.