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Improving modelling and prediction of removal of micropollutants during wastewater treatment

Project Number # 4505-14

Improving modelling and prediction of removal of micropollutants during wastewater treatment

Project Leader:  Yufei Wang

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Micropollutants in sewage treatment effluent pose potential risks to human health and aquatic ecosystems. A better understanding and prediction of the fate of micropollutants during wastewater treatment by the application of fugacity modelling is essential to enhance their removal and reduce their release into the environment.

 

Primary supervisor:  Prof Felicity Roddick [RMIT University]

Co-supervisors:        Assoc Prof Stuart Khan [University of New South Wales] and Dr Linhua Fan [RMIT University]

Sponsor:                   Melbourne Water

Mentor:                     Dr Alice Antony [UNSW]

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