Who we are
Gases and odors
A sustainable society requires efficient nutrient recovery in WWTPs
Zivko Juznic Zonta
My motto? Feel comfortable under uncertainty
Biochemical recovery of elemental sulfur from sulfate-rich wastewaters
Birds probably are the most fascinating animals on Earth.
Juan A. Baeza
Working towards a circular economy scenario in the wastewater field
Closing human production cycles mimicking natural ecosystems
“Mathematical modelling is a powerful tool to understand our world”
“Bioprocesses in a circular economy are the change that our environment is waiting for.”
A better water quality and new energy sources relies on the current sewage treatment research
“Never stop the steps of exploring and chasing for a cleaner and more beautiful world”
I would like to transform the urban WWTPs from energy-consuming to energy-producing systems
“In some ocasions, bacteria could help to contribute more in the development of a sustainable future than the human being itself"
María E. Suárez-Ojeda
I would like wastewater treatment plants to become resource recovery hubs
Carlos Antonio Ramos
Environmental biotechnology is a powerful engineering-solution to overcome several problems associated to solid and liquid waste treatment
World would be better if we all learn to consider waste as a precious resource, to recover and reuse
Energy recovery from biowastes is essential for a better future
“your waste is my raw material"
" Understanding intermediate steps, can be crucial for the whole process "
I would like wastewaters to become a source of energy and nutrients for a more sustainable future
let's ask the bacteria how they do it
“Bacteria can show us the way to sustainable energy production”
Many small people, in small places and doing small things can change the world
Partial nitrification and anammox at low temperatures are key process to achieve a net energy production wastewater treatment, which would increase global sustainability
“Gaseous emissions should be studied and understood in order to build a better environment”
Head of the Genocov group
WWTP modelling should be the key tool in order to mitigate GHG emissions during biological nutrient removal
World would be a better place to live if all make something to control gaseous emissions
Research should keep moving forward in the understanding of biological processes in order to apply techniques towards the treatment of effluent gases in the industry
GASES and ODORS
Characterisation, valorisation and biological treatment: hydrogen sulfide, ammonia and COVs
Optimal novel configurations for biological nutrient removal: SBR, Anammox, Granular, .
Biological and bioelectrochemical treatment of recalcitrant, phenolic and dairy wastewaters
Nutrient (struvite), carbon (biopolymers) and energy (hydrogen) recovery from wastewater.
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New paper on bioelectrochemical sulfate reduction in STOTEN
New paper on Science of Total Environment
Jesús Rodriguez, new visiting researcher
Jesús Rodríguez from National Hydrogen Centre (CNH2), in Puertollano (Spain), will be staying for 3
Aina Soler-Jofra (Delft), new visiting researcher at GENOCOV
Aina will be staying at least for 1 year and 6 months as a visiting
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