Held in Seattle, Wash., the 30th annual WaterReuse Symposium will be held September 13-16. The event, for water professionals, is aimed to showcase “the latest innovations in water reuse, to network with colleagues, and to find solutions to critical water supply issues.”
This year’s keynote speaker is Brian Arbogast, the director for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Team for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Abrogast, through the foundation, has announced a low-cost treatment plant this is aimed at providing “clean water and sanitation in developing countries.” The plant uses a blend of steam power and water filtration and can convert up to 14 tons of sewage into “potable water and electricity” daily.
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