Wednesday March 10, 11.00-12.00 CET
Webinar Series Overview
In this series, we present findings from the Dŵr Uisce project demonstrating how research-based practical solutions can improve the energy efficiency in the water sector. The series targets both industry professionals and the general public.
Dŵr Uisce project researchers will lead participants through the theory, methodologies and practical solutions to recover energy and heat while improving efficiency.
The webinars run from February to April 2021 and are free to attend.
Delivered online, they will include demonstrations of tools and live Q&A sessions.
Wastewater Heat Recovery: background, feasibility and opportunities for implementation in the Ireland-Wales region.
Speakers: Dr Ajeet Singh, Dept. of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and Dr Madhu Murali, Dept. of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Host: Prof Aonghus Mc Nabola, Dept. of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Content: Wastewater represents one of the largest embedded sources of heat leaving buildings, homes, and industries; and extracting this ‘waste’ heat could reduce both the energy costs and environmental impacts of heat generation. This webinar will discuss the why, how and why not of Wastewater Heat Recovery (WWHR).
Audience: Food, beverage and meat processing employees/ industry groups, managers of restaurants and bars, facilities managers in commercial, residential, hospital, or other large buildings, heating designers and engineers, wastewater treatment and sewer network operators
Do participants need prior knowledge of the topic? No
What participants will learn during the webinar: Background on wastewater heat recovery technologies, opportunities for heat recovery from wastewater in various settings, overcoming potential challenges in improving WWHR uptake, future work being undertaken in this area
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