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Tackling process emissions and advancing resource recovery

21 May 2024
Sustainable Infrastructure Stage

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With a dedicated focus on mitigating greenhouse gas emissions and hitting net zero by 2030, water companies need to tackle the process emissions released in sewage treatment. Water companies are measuring emissions and trialling innovative solutions to minimise the release of nitrous oxide, biomethane and carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Join this session to unearth the latest innovations in monitoring and reducing process emissions and resource recovery to drive a circular economy.



Chair introduction
Ruth Williams, water correspondent, Utility Week

Biorefineries and circular systems: A route towards a sustainable and resilient future, or a wasted opportunity?
Matthew Stewart, associate director - bioresources, AtkinsRéalis

Measuring and monitoring process emissions
Bharani Srinamasivayam, process emissions manager - asset strategy & planning, Severn Trent

Measuring process emissions and planning reductions
Gordon Reid, general manager zero emissions, Scottish Water

Recovering Ammonia from Northumbrian Water’s wastewater treatment processes
Mark Moulden, Technical Director, Organics on behalf of Northumbrian Water

Severn Trent’s Net Zero Hub
Peter Vale, carbon architect, asset intelligence & innovation, Severn Trent
Chairperson
Ruth Williams, water correspondent - Utility Week
Speakers
Matthew Stewart, associate director - bioresources - AtkinsRéalis
Bharani Srinamasivayam, process emissions manager - asset strategy & planning - Severn Trent
Gordon Reid, general manager zero emissions - Scottish Water
Mark Moulden, Technical Director - Organics on behalf of Northumbrian Water
Peter Vale, carbon architect, asset intelligence & innovation - Severn Trent