IWA Conference WWRR
Poznan 10– 13 April 2022
Wastewater, Water and Resource Recovery
Wastewater, Water and Resource Recovery
IWA Conference WWRR
Poznan 10– 13 April 2022
IWA Conference WWRR
Poznan 10– 13 April 2022
Wastewater, Water and Resource Recovery
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This Conference is dedicated to prof. Jan Oleszkiewicz for his contribution in nutrient removal and recovery on the IWA forum and water quality in Poland over the  last 25 years. In the introductory session, prof. Oleszkiewicz will give a special lecture on “Sustainable wastewater treatment compatible with new regulations”. The lecture will be followed by a presentation on “Transformations in wastewater management in Poland in the last 25 years – from the outsider to the leader”. The next session will comprise a series of keynote presentations on innovations in biological nutrient removal and recovery (North-American and European perspective) as well as case studies from large wastewater treatment plants in Eastern Europe (including Poznan WWTP).
 

COVID-19 – IWA WWRR Conference Information

As we all know, the actual pandemic situation all over the world, including Poland, is still serious and uncertain. The travel and conference restrictions will remain in force for a number of months until the vaccination significantly improves the situation. That would force us to organize the conference only as a virtual event, but we would like to avoid this situation. As both organizers and many participants would like to meet in person, we have decided to postpone the IWA WWRR Conference from May 2021 to 10 – 13 April 2022.

The new “Call for papers” and new deadlines will be announced soon.

We apologize for any inconvenience. We still hope to see you in Poznan at the Conference!

Welcome message

On behalf of the Organizing and Scientific Committees, we are pleased to invite you to the IWA Wastewater, Water and Resource Recovery (WWRR) 2021 Conference, which will be held at Poznan University of Technology. This time, the nutrient removal and recovery conference returns to Poland to honour prof. Jan Oleszkiewicz of the University of Manitoba for his long-standing contribution to the development of modern wastewater treatment technologies. The WWRR will provide an excellent space where many distinguished scientists and practitioners from all over the world will share their knowledge and experience. Even though the conference is focused on nutrients, new challenges will also be addressed, including energy efficient technologies, removal of emerging contaminants, resource recovery from sludge and wastewater, and water safety systems. Poznan is the capital of Wielkopolska region in western part of Poland. It is a historical city, cradle of the Polish statehood, and nowadays a modern academic and cultural center. We hope you will join us to present your work, learn from colleagues, make new friends and professional contacts and, of course, enjoy a wonderful spring time in Poland. We are looking forward to meeting you in Poznan.
Prof. Jacek Mąkinia, Chair of the Scientific Committee, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
&
Prof. Zbysław Dymaczewski, Chair of the Organizing Committee, Poznan University of Technology, Poland

Main topics of the conference list

  • Energy recovery in WWTPs
  • Intensification of wastewater treatment processes – granular sludge, hybrid  systems
  • New trends in biological nutrient removal processes
  • Resource recovery in WWTPs
  • Sludge management
  • Water reuse in urban areas
  • Emerging contaminants in water
  • Smart water systems
  • Security of water systems

Organiser

Contact

Conference secretariat mail box wwrr2021@put.poznan.pl

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