Bio-resources and the circular economoy
A circular economy keeps resources in use for as long as possible, then recovers and regenerates products and materials at the end of each service life. Receiving huge amounts of waste, the water industry has an important role to play in the emerging circular economy recovering and generating energy, nutrients and bio plastics.
Chair: Philipa Roberts, WRC
Thames Water advanced energy recovery plant
Aurelien Perrault, Thames Water
John Brigg, Yorkshire Water
The latest innovations in nutrient recovery
Bruce Jefferson, Cranfield University