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Towards Carbon Neutral Wastewater

In this webinar, you will get practical tips and knowledge about measuring and mitigating nitrous oxide emissions from wastewater treatment plants.

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    Towards Carbon Neutral Wastewater

    Learn from the Experience of Scandinavian Experts

    Water companies across the world are investing in measures to reduce their impact on the climate, or even turn it from negative to positive.

    For wastewater treatment plants, nitrous oxide (N2O) is one of the main sources of emissions. N2O is a greenhouse gas with a global warming potential close to 300 times stronger than carbon dioxide (CO2). Unisense Environment offers a system that can accurately measure nitrous oxide and send the data directly to your plant management system.

    What you can look forward to

    What can you do with these data? How do you actively apply mitigation strategies to reduce emissions and maintain or improve your plant's performance?

    In this webinar, you can learn how to actively apply your nitrous oxide measurements. The four speakers are experienced professionals and will each contribute with their perspective. Learn more below.

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    Program: Towards Carbon Neutral Wastewater

    1. Christian Baresel (IVL) – 10 years of quantification and mitigation of nitrous oxide emission from wastewater and sludge handling at Swedish WWTPs
    2. Sara Ekström (VA Syd) – Practical experience with nitrous oxide monitoring
    3. Mikkel Algren Stokholm-Bjerregaard (Krüger) – Surveillance and Control of N2O Emissions as Part of the Hubgrade Performance Plant
    4. Mikkel Holmen Andersen (Unisense Environment) – Potentials for N2O monitoring and control strategies

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      Towards Carbon Neutral Wastewater