Want to increase the treatment capacity of your WWTP?
Need to improve its nutrient removal efficiency?
Want to know how to achieve these goals in your existing plant footprint with a simple, efficient and resilient solution?
Join this webinar to learn how ZeeLung technology can enhance the performance of your treatment system.
ZeeLung is SUEZ’s innovative Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology – a simple, easy drop-in and energy efficient solution to intensify the biological process without new civil works and with no impact on the operation of the existing treatment scheme.
Experts from SUEZ will introduce you to the working principle of ZeeLung, its benefits compared to traditional upgrade/retrofit options, and how to run a preliminary design of your MABR system. A senior leader from water utility VCS Denmark will offer an end user’s perspective on MABR technology.
*ZeeLung is a Trademark of SUEZ; may be registered in one or more countries.
Ian Martin, Projects Sales Leader for SUEZ, Water Technologies and Solutions. Martin leads solution development of integrated projects in the UK and Ireland. He has over 20 years’ experience of the UK water and wastewater treatment industry working as a process technology provider and mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control and automation (MEICA) contractor. He joined SUEZ in 2017 and leads a team in the municipal, oil & gas, chemical and power market sectors.
Giuseppe Guglielmi is ZeeLung Product Manager for Europe at SUEZ, Water Technologies and Solutions. He holds a MSc and a PhD in environmental engineering. He has worked for more than 20 years in water and wastewater treatment technologies, with a special focus on process modelling and optimisation, membrane bioreactors and MABR. Guglielmi is responsible for commercialisation of ZeeLung MABR across Europe.
Per Henrik Nielsen is a Project Director of Special Projects at VCS Denmark, the oldest and third largest water utility in Denmark, where he plans and implements system-wide optimisation projects and applied research efforts aimed at developing new approaches for sustainable water cycle management. His latest projects include one of the first demonstrations of MABR, a new and promising technology with the potential to revolutionise the water industry owing to its small footprint and low energy profile.
Daniel Coutts is a ZeeLung Process Specialist at SUEZ, Water Technologies and Solutions. Coutts graduated from the University of Guelph, Canada, with a bachelor of biological engineering. He has worked within the water industry for more than six years, with a focus on MABR for more than three. Coutts has a keen interest in process optimisation and side-stream shortcut nitrogen.
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